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Great blend of thriller, filler, spiller, using cannas as the tallest.

66 Things You Can Grow in Containers

Storing onions for winter, can store for 8 months..in pantyhose : tie a knot between onions and you can then clip the knot as you need an onion ♥

10 simple tips for growing tomatoes

Got Pallets? Hate weeding? Dont feel like turning up a bunch of grass? Use a pallet as a garden bed - staple garden cloth on the backside of the pallet fill with dirt and start growing! You can also place your pallet on the ground in a rocky location rather than a grassy area, this way you will not need the garden cloth to stop the weeds and grass comin through! Courtesy of Backyard Diva (on Facebook)

Top 10 Plants You Can't Kill - .

You can drag and drop veggies into your planting plan, good for square foot gardening and can be converted to traditional row gardening as well. Also has a feature for planting times and spacing.

Plant Buddies...guide on what to plant next to each other and which flowers keep certain bugs away. Fantastic info!!

Planting tomatoes - "you have to read and see this."

Growing potatoes in a container.

Rainwater recycling. Great idea.

How to Make a Moss Lettuce Basket

Use toilet paper rolls to start your plants. When ready to plant, stick the whole roll in the ground. The roll will decompose.

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Start putting in your plants; work the nutrients into your soil. Wet newspapers and put layers around the plants overlapping as you go; cover with mulch and forget about weeds. Weeds will get through some gardening plastic; they will not get through wet newspapers.

Growing carrots in a pot-can't wait!

This is so cool!!! Put in your zip code, and it tells you what plants you should be planting now. You can even look ahead a few months to plan out your garden!

I need to grow some strawberries!

Growing potatoes in a container.

Open a pumpkin, add a little soil and water, and watch the seeds (which are already inside the pumpkin) grow!

Clever! The next time you have green onions (scallions), 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. We just use kitchen scissors to cut what we need for meals. I periodically empty out the water, rinse the roots off and give them fresh water.