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Gardening And More: Mosquito Repellent Plants

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The 36th AVENUE | Making your deck a GAMEBOARD!

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How Do I Get My Orchid To Bloom Again

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Grow Your Own Sweet Potatoes...one of the best instructionals I have seen!

Do this in the fall. Spring bulbs in Pots: store the potted bulbs in an unheated garage or storage room. You'll need to water every few weeks since the pots wont have access to rainfall. In addition to small pots, pack bulbs shoulder-to-shoulder in big containers for an abundant display in spring. Toss aside the spacing recommendations so you can get as many bulbs into the container that will fit.

25 Free Backyard Playground Plans for Kids: Playsets, Swingsets, Teeter Totters and More! |

Inexpensive Seed Starting Method. Large plastic bin with christmas lights buried in sand for warmth and a cheap clamp light. I will be trying this!

Grow Onions from Discarded Onion Bottoms - never be without onions again

glow stones.....glows at night after soaking up the sun all day

Great site for starting a garden

Fifteen foods you can regrow from scraps

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.

Each time you crack an egg open, instead of tossing the shell into the trash, drop it into an open container that you keep in the fridge. (I’ve always saved my shells, but my friend Susan suggested keeping them in the fridge – works beautifully.) When the container is full, crush the shells into small bits and sprinkle them around the base of your plants. The sharp eggshells will deter slugs, snails, and other bugs from nibbling on your garden and add a touch of calcium to the soil