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Quick Tender Oven Baked Baby Back Ribs I'm trying this tonight...

Egg yolks won’t only make your hair softer, shinier and healthier but help you to grow it long as well. And, in order to get all the benefits egg yolks provide, simply mix 2 egg yolks with 2 tbsp of olive oil, dilute the mixture by adding a cup of water and then slowly and thoroughly massage this mask into your scalp. Give your hair and scalp 15 to 20 minutes to absorb all the needed nutrients and then rinse off. totally doing this!

Great advice about planting, growing, pruning & caring for roses. All About Roses - Wilson Bros Nursery

homemade fertilizer for plants: Dissolve 1 Tbsp Epson salt in 1 gallon of water, water plants with this solution once per month. Great for houseplants, roses, peppers, tomatoes, potatoes.

  • Ashley Cook Mitchell

    Oh my gosh haven't seen aafes on anything in a long time! Lol! How familiar looking! I miss base shopping, I only have access through my parents now :(

  • Karen Cassese

    Can't wait to try this in my little garden

  • Arvind Soni

    i shall try this looks like cool idea :)

Veronica umbrosa 'Georgia Blue' ('Georgia Blue' speedwell) Requires little maintenance. 'Georgia Blue' is willing to grow in sunny or shady spots, puts up with excessive rain or drought conditions. Small, dark green leaves turn glossy burgundy in winter. Height Less than 6 in. Spread 1 ft. to 3 ft. Light Full Sun to Part Shade Moisture Medium Moisture Bloom Time Early Summer; Late Spring; Spring

The next time you have green onions, don't throw away the white ends. Simply submerge them in a glass of water and place them in a sunny window. Your onions will begin to grow almost immediately and can be harvested almost indefinitely. Who knew! I am running and trying this now!

taking care of hydrangeas

  • Kimberly Rogers

    Beautiful. I have these in my back yard~ need to know how to take better care of them....they bloomed but didn't color much this year.

  • Tammy Hall Kubitza

    Wow, I hope mine look like this some day.

Replace seasonal plants... This method is used in many public gardens. Brilliant!