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More Garden Containers You Never Thought Of… | The Garden Glove

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Grow garlic now...after reading this I will NEVER buy garlic from China again!

5 Step Guide to Growing Gorgeous Garlic |

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The Olivia Rose Austin is a pink, soft rose that the Albrighton-based grower is describing as possibly the best English rose we have introduced to date.

DIY How to Propagate Basil ... for pennies!

Freebie Friday: DIY Paper Rose Templates

How to Make a Paper Rose | The Elli Blog

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DIY fountain in a clay pot (DIY Saturday Featured Project @ A Cultivated Nest)

DIY Saturday: Fountain In A Pot — A Cultivated Nest

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Yes! A way to cover our pergola! I know what I'm doing over spring break!

*Random Thoughts of a SUPERMOM!*: Patio Makeover Reveal

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Ten Herbs to grow for the Transition to a post-oil economy, Jeff Carpenter of Zack Woods Herb Farm, part 1 – Numen News Blog | Numen: The Healing Power of Plants

Ten Medicinal Herbs for Transition by Jeff Carpenter

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Fighting tomato blight with pennies? Pennies have so many uses in the garden

Fighting tomato blight with pennies?

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fill cinder blocks with a creeping ground cover like thyme which smells so good when walked on.

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

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Make a Worm Composter for Less than Five Bucks. Here’s what you’ll need: 2 nesting buckets (or 3; see note at end of post), 1 bucket lid, a drill fit with an 1/8″ (or so) bit, newspaper, worms (you’ll need red wigglers for this; if you have a friend with worms see if you can have a handful. Otherwise, you may need to buy some). Click through for step by step instructions complete with photos.

Did you know that your homegrown tomatoes will taste better simply by planting sweet basil next to them? This is just one example of companion planting with herbs. Find more tips in this article.

Complete sweet potato growing instructions.