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Vegetable Gardening, Tips & Ideas

Trying to pare my massive organic garden into a more productive and friendly place. Based on last year's record results, will be switching entirely over to raised beds...

How To Make A Vertical Lettuce Garden - LivingGreenAndFrugally.com/ and you could grow potatoes in the center

Gorgeous post-mastectomy "bra" tattoo by Shane Wallin of Twilight Tattoo in Minneapolis.

Growing Real Food Is Really Quite Easy! It Starts with Good Soil! Here is A Garden Soil Recipe For Raised Beds | GrowingRealFood.com

When to Start Seeds: A Garden Planting Calculator

How to Make a Ladybug Feeder & Attract Them to Your Garden ~ they feed on aphids, mealybugs, leaf hoppers, scales and mites.

Tomatillo: A Growing Guide

Cucamelons: Tiny ‘watermelons’ that taste of pure cucumber with a tinge of lime. These little guys are officially the cutest food known to man. Super easy-to-grow too!

5 Vertical Vegetable Garden Ideas: This pumpkin canopy is fairytale-fantastic!

Pinner says: this is the BEST Weed Spray. I made 3 gallons for around $4.00 last year after seeing a pin. Worked better than Round Up & killed the weeds/stray grass on first application. One gallon of APPLE CIDER VINEGAR, 1/2 c table salt, 1 tsp Dawn. Mix and pour into a smaller spray bottle.

A Better Way to Grow Cilantro. Try this method for a continuous crop.

Thy Hand Hath Provided: The Florida Weave

Hanging Vegetable Garden – What Vegetables Can Be Grown Upside Down

Top 10 Mistakes Made When Herb Gardening

Everything You Need to Know About Catnip!

Raised beds that you can then use PVC to cover with plastic and extend growing season

How to make compost tea for your plants!

7 Nutrient-Rich Brews Your Plants Will Love

Growing Romaine lettuce from the leftover stumps

By pruning and staking zucchini, you can grow them in significantly less space, with no loss of productivity. Here’s how it works. - Plant a 4′ stake in the ground right next to your zucchini. It’s best to do this at the time you plant the seeds, so you don’t risk damaging the roots. - As the zucchini grows and produces fruit, cut off all leaves between the fruit and the ground. When it gets long enough, tie the vine to the stake.

aspirin foliar spray to combat black spot, powdery mildew, and rust.