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How to Compost - Magnificent Garden Soil

How to Compost - Magnificent Garden Soil - Pretty Handy Girl

Pottery leaf planter tutorial

.: My Pottery Barn Richard Taylor Leaf Planter

Best 23 Amazing Benefits Of Aloe Vera

23 Amazing Benefits Of Aloe Vera For Skin, Hair And Health


Sprinkle coffee grounds around your vegetables before you water them, you will be activating slow-release nitrogen that will help them grow faster and fuller. Slugs don't like them either!

Sweeten your tomatoes by sprinkling baking soda on the soil around your tomato plants.

To help you get started on an indoor winter gardening project, here is a general guide for selecting and growing seeds in your home.

Step By Step: Moving Your Plants Indoors For Winter - Free People Clothing Boutique Blog

Clematis. I love this idea of planting different colors together. Beautiful!

Stevia, Sweet Stevia- Dave's Garden link. More botanical info in this link. I couldn't find info about perennial or annual in other links. We'll see if mine grows back. We've had a mild zone 7 winter. Article states that it is perennial from zones 9-10 (& author states 8 too). Tends to not survive frost so if I grow it again I should move indoors in the winter.

Vintage image from WW2 Victory Garden pamphlet about indoor gardening over the winter.

Plants that grow well together

Companion gardening: Are your plants friends or foe? As with people, some plants grow better when near each other--and the opposite is true, too!

Love these , grow in full sun. Persian Shield. Easily multiplied by simply breaking off and sticking in potting soil. You can have all you want and save money too

Most cost effective vegetables to plant

Companion planting chart.

gourd fairy house

Cute fairy house

Craft Stick Fairy Doors. This is such a simple, easy project to add magic to the garden. Make a bunch and place them on flower pots and tree trunks!

Diana Heyne: Fairy Caravans

crop rotation with related article.

How-To: Thirty vegetables that tolerate cold – arugula, beet greens, broccoli raab, carrots, chard, chicory, claytonia, collards, dandelion, endive, escarole, garlic greens, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, lettuce, mâche, minutina, mizuna, mustard greens, pak choi, parsley, radicchio, radish, scallions, sorrel, spinach, tatsoi, turnips, and watercress.

Seasonal fruit/veg/herb chart!

Tomatoes will tell you what they need! #gardenchat

Off Grid Info - Food Independence - Where To Get Heirloom Seeds - Non-GMO Seeds - Organic Seeds