Very smart! Rinse veggies right in the garden and then re-use the water on the plants. Plastic bucket and small laundry basket/colander from Dollar Tree would do nicely.
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Potato vine, petunia, geranium, spanish dagger..so pretty
Homemade Weed Killer 1 gallon of white vinegar 1/2 cup salt Liquid dish soap (any brand) Empty spray bottle Put salt in the empty spray bottle and fill it the rest of the way up with white vinegar. Add a squirt of liquid dish soap. This solution works best if you use it on a hot day. Spray it on the weeds in the morning, and as it heats up it will do its work.
(1) Tropicanna® Black cannas, (2) Colocasia esculenta ‘Black Magic’, (3) Aeonium 'Zwartkop', (4) Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 'Goldsturm', (5) Plectranthus 'Lemon Twist', (6) Ipomoea 'Sweet Caroline Purple', (7) Calibrachoa 'Callie Orange', (8) Ipomoea 'Sweetheart Purple' and (9) Coleus 'Sky Fire'.
Genius website! Great blend of thriller, filler, spiller, using cannas as the tallest. Absolutely gorgeous!!!
Epsom salts are used in the garden as a natural source of magnesium, particularly for roses, tomatoes, and peppers, because these plants seem to benefit from an additional helping of this nutrient. The extra magnesium is believed to make the plants bushier and greener, with more blooms and abundant veggie yields.
How and when to Fertilize Plants with Epsom Salts.
Spike plant, Sweet Potato Vine and Petunia.
Place a sponge in the bottom of a planter before adding soil, to keep water in reserve. Really makes a difference in window boxes!
Remember for Spring ~ Add 2 tablespoons of Epsom salt to a gallon of water and spray your lawn for a lusher, greener lawn. Epsom salt is loaded with magnesium!
A small trellised planter perfect for patios and corner accents. (clematis, tomatoes, morning glory...)