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5 Non-Prickly Plants for the Desert Landscape | Garden Club

5 Non-Prickly Plants for the Desert Landscape | Garden Club

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A Visual Compendium of Succulents

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How to Prune Lavender - Cut back in Late Winter or early spring as close as possible to old wood without cutting into the old wood; leave a few healthy leaves above the brown stems (plants won't produce new shoots from old wood). In Late Summer after flowering, remove all the old flowerheads to prevent plant from using energy to make unwanted seed.

Create and Care For a Lavender Hedge

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Create and Care For a Lavender Hedge. Lavender plants are generally easy to care for. Learn how to create a fragrant and beautiful lavender hedge, and maintain it for years to come

Create and Care For a Lavender Hedge

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raised vegetable garden against fence

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How To Grow Your Own Lavender. Lavender is an herb that has been used for centuries and offers a plethora of health benefits. Originally grown in the Mediterranean, lavender flowers and oil are widely used. Lavender also grows quite well in containers. In the Deep South, it actually does better in pots, as it benefits from improved drainage and air circulation. #gardengrowingtips

How to Grow Your Own Lavender - Living Traditionally

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How to Prune Lavender - Cut back in Late Winter or early spring as close as possible to old wood without cutting into the old wood; leave a few healthy leaves above the brown stems (plants won't produce new shoots from old wood). In Late Summer after flowering, remove all the old flowerheads to prevent plant from using energy to make unwanted seed.

Create and Care For a Lavender Hedge

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Composting is one the best (and cheapest!) ways to fertilize your garden! If you're new, check out how to start (and maintain!) a compost pile!

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No Garden? Here Are 66 Things You Can Grow At Home In Containers

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How to Kill Your Tomato Plants in 5 Easy Steps! Learn how to grow lush tomatoes...or how to kill your plants easily.

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Growing Basil? Check out how to Kill Your Basil In 5 Easy Steps...or do the opposite and grow a flavorful herb at home!

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Confused about what zone you're planting in? Figure out how to choose the right garden zone and make sure your plants thrive!

How to Choose the Right Gardening Zone - Adventures in Coupons

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How to Make a Flower Tower - HoneyBear Lane

How to Make a Flower Tower - HoneyBear Lane

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Coffee grounds and Tea leaves are great additions to your garden soil? They add slow release nitrogen to your soil. Tea bags and coffee filters can also be composted! I put fresh, cooled coffee grounds on my outside plants just before watering. I even put left over cooled coffee on them before watering! Plants love it! Most coffee shops are THRILLED to give away their used coffee and tea grounds rather than put them in the garbage...Just ask!

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Lay down a thick layer of CARDBOARD in your raised garden beds to kill the grass. It is perfectly safe to use and will fully decompose, but not before killing any grass below it. They’ll also provide compost and food for worms.

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Raising Chickens 101 – For Beginners ! Chickens - Homesteading - Livestock - The Homestead Survival - Hens - Rooster - Chicken Coop - Farm

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Happy Chickens...Great post on keeping chickens from Homestead Revival!

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Vegetable garden plans for raised beds. I love how simple this makes it all. Need to get planting!

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Cute planter idea - and I HAVE a wheelbarrow!!! :)

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DIY raised beds for just $35!

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{ the vintage wren }: :: back door herb garden

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Herb Garden Wall.

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Companion Planting - What Not to Plant Together when Gardening

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The newspaper will prevent any grass and weed seeds from germinating, but unlike fabric, it will decompose after about 18 months. By that time, any grass and weed seeds that were present in the soil on planting will be dead. It’s green, it’s cheaper than fabric, and when you decide to remove or redesign the bed later on, you will not have the headache you would with fabric.

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