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Pinner says:I had to repost this because it really worked! Totally saved my brussel sprouts and it works on snails too!!!! - Sprinkle Baking Soda on Cabbages (and other Brassicas) to Thwart Caterpillars if those small green cabbage worms have been making Swiss cheese of your cabbage, broccoli, and kale plants!

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Tips for growing Hydrangea

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Gardeners Supplyfrom Gardeners Supply

How to Grow Clematis - Gardener's Supply

How to Grow Clematis

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How to root hydrangea cuttings.

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drip irrigation

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5 Step Guide to Growing Gorgeous Garlic Great Information

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Gardening Techniques for Dry Weather: Gardener's Supply

Gardening Techniques for Dry Weather

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Rosemary Topiary - 122 Container Gardening Ideas

Rosemary topiary center stage in the herb garden.

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How to propagate Hydrangeas, best info ever seen for hydrangeas!

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Almost Organic Weed Killer Spray Recipe From Your Kitchen: 1/2 gallon of Apple Cider Vinegar 1/4 c table salt 1/2 tsp Dawn liquid dish soap Mix and pour into a spray bottle Spray weeds thoroughly.  It makes 1/2 gallon for around $6.40 It worked better than Round Up & killed the weeds on first application.  The Dawn dish soap strips the weed of it's protective oils so the vinegar can work with deadly force. Safe to use a yard used by pets.

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How to Grow Hydrangeas From Cuttings

Free hydrangeas! How to grow hydrangeas from pieces you cut off.

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The world's most perfect fertilizer + pesticide is epsom salt. Every other week- 1 gallon of water, 1 TBSP of miracle grow and 3 TBSP of epsom salt. You will have a great garden all season.

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DIY Planter Centerpieces

How to plant succulents

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How to propagate succulents: with all the cool "succulent art" projects I've pinned, I though I better find a cost effective way to get my hands on a good number of the little things

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Better Homes and Gardensfrom Better Homes and Gardens

Make a Living Succulent Picture

Take Cuttings - It's easy to take cuttings of established succulents growing in your garden. With small pruning snips, cut stem sections 1-2 inches long. Remove lower leaves. (Roots will sprout from these leaf nodes.) Let cuttings dry on a tray for a few days before you plant them. This curing process causes cut ends to callus (form a thin layer of cells). "It's OK if the cuttings shrivel up a little bit." - Great idea for a garden swap with your friends and neighbors!

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How to Grow a Moss Lawn | Garden Guides

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37 of the easiest shrubs to propagate.

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Mulching Basics...

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Spring is coming and this is the BEST Weed Spray. 3 gallons for $4.00 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.

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Cleaning Up Your Landscape In the Spring...

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March is the New May...

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Big Flowers from Bigleaf Hydrangeas

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Make Your Own Hypertufa Container

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Putting Some Spring Into Your Step...

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