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Top 12 greenhouse ideas on Hometalk! --->

Make your own greenhouse :: Hometalk's clipboard on Hometalk

DIY Small Greenhouse

This garden grows "off the wall!" #gardening

Square Foot Gardening Templates

Square Foot Gardening Templates | Chiot's Run

Self-Watering Seed Starter Pots

"Why Didn't I Think of That?" Wednesday - The Baking Beauties

how to grow figs

Edible Gardens, Fresh Figs, Trees Branches, Companion Plants, Dry Fresh, Preserves Fresh, Growing Fast, Figs Trees, Food Recipe

Basil Basics: Prune basil regularly for best flavor. About every four weeks, prune basil back to just above the bottom two sets of leaves. If allowed to flower, it will lose flavor. From Fine Gardening.

25+ Clever Ideas Gardeners Won’t Want To Miss

How To: Regrow Pineapples

Top 10 tomato problems -- and what to do about them

How to Grow Square Watermelons - Urban Farmer's Guide

Use Coffee Grounds to Deter Slugs from Hosta

national gardening association // pest control library

Archway between raised beds for the tomatoes/beans to crawl up

Gardens Ideas, Fruit Gardens, Dwarf Fruit Trees, Apples Trees, Dwarfs Trees, Growing Dwarfs, Dwarfs Fruit Trees, Fruit Tree Garden, Gardens Growing


How to Prune a Grape Vine Pruning prevents the vine from growing too much foliage, which in turn, amounts to not enough fruit. A well-pruned vine is given maximum exposure to sunlight, air circulation and maintenance.These factors create an atmosphere less likely to harbor diseases or pests. Knowing how to prune a grape vine correctly will increase your productivity and quality of the crop....

paint rocks to look like strawberries and place around strawberry plants...birds will try to peck and then leave them idea, I must try this now

Basically, a good rule to remember is that if you grow a plant for the fruit or the root, it needs full sun. If you grow it for the leaves, stems, or buds, a little shade will be just fine.


EASY way to grow potatoes with just newspaper and straw!