DIY How to make a garden fountain
How to Make a Garden Fountain Out of, Well, Anything You Want
A better way to grow cilantro - try this method for a fast, continuous crop.
129 cukes per plant --Have to try this.
How to build the perfect raised bed
Sprinkle Baking Soda on Cabbages (and other Brassicas) to Thwart Caterpillars If those small green cabbage worms have been making Swiss cheese of your cabbage, broccoli, and kale plants, try this trick: Make a 50/50 combination of flour and baking soda, and dust it all over whichever plants the cabbage worms are eating. They'll eat the combo while munching the leaves, and die within a day or so. Repeat as necessary..
Growing buckwheat in the garden
Growing Amaranth | Growing Amaranth and Enjoying the Super Grain all Year Long
Amaranth leaves are high in protein and although nutritionally similar to beets, Swiss chard and spinach, they are actually far superior. For example, amaranth leaves contain three times the amount of both calcium and niacin (vitamin B3) compared to spinach leaves.
100 Heirloom Amaranth Seeds by HeirloomSupplySuccess. $1.25. 100 Heirloom Amaranth Seeds THESE CAN ALSO BE USED AS Sprouting Seeds 100% open pollinated, heirloom, non-hybrid, and GMO Free High Germination Rate Gardening, Hydroponics Growing Salad Sprouts Amaranth seeds were a staple food source for the Incas & Aztecs and are used as a cereal grain today in Africa & South America. They are are an excellent source of protein, fiber and essential amino acids. When toasted, Ama...
Amaranth: an ancient grain with a pretty flower. These plants can grow up to 8 feet tall, and if you don't deadhead, they will reseed, vigorously. But they are not difficult to control or contain. Lots of color and drama for very little effort! Rotary Botanical Gardens - Hort Blog: Amazing Amaranths
Why a tomato cracks and what to do about it and a lot of other information about caring for tomato plants
Cut the bottom off a plastic pot to contain invasive plants & bury in the ground. I have been doing this for a few years & works great for containing plants that tend to spread, but that I still want to plant in the garden. This also works good for planting a plant in an area that tends to get filled with roots etc. from other plants. I will use a larger pot so that the plant can spread it's roots and grow deeper roots, but keeps other tree roots from choking out the one I planted.