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Garden tips

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Planting Crocus bulbs in lawn ~ The lawn is ready to be cut by the time the crocus is done blooming. Clever.

Clay soil - how to test how much clay you have and how to amend it to improve it for gardening

Improving Clay Soils - Fine Gardening Article

finegardening.com

Heavenly Blue Morning Glories..put in a hanging pot, and they will grow downwards.

Such an obvious cloche - why didn't I think of this? You can cut the sheets to suit the size of your beds.

How to Get Superpowered Soil

How to get Superpowered Garden Soil - Weed'em & Reap

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Tomato plants are super easy to propogate from cuttings. They root quickly too. See how I did it: thegardeningcook....

Tomato Plants are very easy to propagate with stem Cuttings -

thegardeningcook.com

How to plant trees and shrubs.

Whole Home News

wholehomenews.com

Care of Christmas Cactus

Care of Christmas Cactus

humeseeds.com

How to Use Coffee Grounds in Your Garden ...... coffee grounds repel slugs, snails, cats....

The Top 5 Uses for Spent Coffee Grounds - Make The List

makethelist.net

~Blue Morning Glories..put in a hanging pot, and they will grow downwards.

Lumberjock Bee Trap

Lumberjock Bee Trap

lumberjocks.com

Dividing Hostas Like A Pro - How When To Divide Your Hosta Plants

protect your hydrangeas during winter... Just bloody brilliant! Probably good for any perennial that needs a little help overwintering...

Zone 6 Hydrangea winter protecting? - Hydrangea Forum - GardenWeb

forums.gardenweb.com

Never waste cut roses, ladies. Did You know that You can grow roses from cuttings? Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes and then bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peat moss top soil. The potatoes keep the stems moist help develop the root systems. It's a perfectly simple way to multiply Your rose garden without spending lots of $$$.

start a garden in garden soil bags. It really turns out beautiful in the end. You don't see the bags after the mulch goes on top. Very easy and few weeds.

How to Prune a Tomato Here are six good reasons to prune tomatoes: grow more flavorful, larger, more tomatoes over the length of a season. To keep plant leaves and fruits off the ground and away from pests, insect damage, and fungal disease. To keep plants smaller and more compact. To allow tomatoes on the plant at the end of the season

How to Prune a Tomato - Harvest to Table

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Get willow branches from landscape nursery in bundles of 100 sticks. Put branches in ground at least 6 inches, and 4 to 8 inches apart (one pointing left, the next pointing right). Then weave them together. Using hemp twine, tie them together at the top.

une haie vivante en osier

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Lilacs: Tips on planting and growing

Lilacs: Tips on planting and growing

bigblogofgardening.com

Growing Sprouts

Grow Your Own Food: Sprouts

nabcommunities.com

How To Make Origami Newspaper Seed Starter Cups via The Mama's Girls

How To Make Origami Newspaper Seed Starter Cups

themamasgirls.com

Raised garden beds... -- I think we will be doing this .

Raised beds | Garden Gidget's Blog

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Layering Bulbs :: How to get more bulbs into your garden I think this is a great idea I'm going to try.

Turning Junk Mail into Gardeners Gold It's also a great way to dispose of old bills and other papers with personal information on them...

How to Divide Perennials – How & When

How to Prune Knock-Out Roses