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Beautiful Garden

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Place bulbs shoulder to shoulder across the surface of the soil, leaving no space between them. Then top off with more potting soil so the bulbs are just slightly below the surface. Water each container thoroughly, and finish with a layer of mulch. Leave pots outdoors for winter chilling. The more exposure to cold the bulbs get, the better they’ll bloom. In the South, bulbs in containers will bloom better than bulbs in the ground because cold air envelopes the pots, reaching all of the soil.

"Sandwich" Bulbs for Six Weeks of Blooms

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Spring white containers with bulbs...AH! never thought to put bulbs in pots like this.

Moving my orchids to glass containers! * Posted on April 28, 2010 10:00AM by CasaSugar

How-To: Display Orchids in Terrariums

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raised garden

water garden.. This is cool looking.

container vegetable garden

BeachBrights: Vegetable Gardens...

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2 c vinegar, 1T liquid soap, 1Tsalt....will kill anything! DO NOT USE ROUNDUP.

Homemade Weed Killer I tried this at the seasonal....within 24 hrs the weeds were all brown in color and the leaves were curling!

Consider Me Inspired: Make Your Own At Home- Weed Killer

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When to plant

Tea Talk Magazine : When Should I Plant

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Growing and Dehydrating herbs - Great tips including when to harvest! Great article loaded with helpful info!

Ol’ Herb, he is a Right Good Friend of Mine | Della Rose Living

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Top 20 Perennials for Your Garden-once you plant them,they just keep coming year after year-a very good thing

25 Perfect Plants for Fairy Container Gardens: The Fairy Rose -- www.hgtvgardens.c...

Fairy Garden Flowers and Plants : HGTV Gardens

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Fishes in a sea of grass

Chelsea Flower Show 2012 - Final Push

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Garden Crop Rotation - Why and how to rotate your crops for healthier gardens.

Garden Crop Rotation - A Simple System

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Home-made vermicomposter, 2-3 layers with worm tea collector

Build a Bug Hotel - Garden Therapy

Build a Bug Hotel - Garden Therapy

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While your compost worms can survive on a limited diet, the larger variety of food you provide them, the more diverse and nutrient-rich their castings will be. Not to mention, they’ll be healthier, too. Follow these feeding do’s and don’ts for safe vermicomposting and happy worms.

"It is the essence of recycling," says Joan Gussow, nutritionist, gardener, and author of "Growing, Older" and "This Organic Life." If you have to compost indoors, worms will make it quicker and (believe it!) less stinky. They can eat "green" matter and produce castings of vermicompost (that's good, clean dirt) in three to four months. Layer components from the bottom up as shown.

How to Start Composting - Martha Stewart Home & Garden

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HYDRANGEAS... Remember to do this in late July or August...to root branches and grow more hydrangeas!

Dreamy Hydrangeas

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How-To Compost. An infographic on where and how to compost, what to compost and what not to compost. Click on the image to download a PDF of the poster.

Infographic: How-To Compost | Nature | PBS

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The Dirt for April 30 2012

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Simple compost list. Use a 5-gallon bucket with a lid instead of buying an expensive kitchen bin - genius!

What to Compost... - From Moon to Moon

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The key to composting is to get the right combination of nitrogen-rich (green) materials with carbon-rich (brown) materials. In the most nutritious compost heaps, carbon-to-nitrogen ratio is 30:1. Here's a handy, dandy list of Nitrogen and Carbon rich items to get it just right.

Materials to Compost - Urban Farm Online

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Printable for what to compost & what not to compost - I was surprised about a couple of items in the "no" list:paper towels and cardboard. Now I know!

What to Compost – Our Green Thumb

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