How to Plant Garlic  Buy garlic at your local grocery store. Separate into separate cloves  pick the biggest ones to plant. Plant the garlic “root” end down. Plant the cloves 4" apart  the pointed tips are covered by 1-2" of dirt. Once the scapes form during the summer, pinch them off so the plant’s energy can go towards forming the bulb, not the scape flower.  By August, the plant leaves will start to dry out  turn brown.  Once all the leaves  stems are  brown, they’re ready to harvest.

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How to Plant Garlic Buy garlic at your local grocery store. Separate into separate cloves pick the biggest ones to plant. Plant the garlic “root” end down. Plant the cloves 4" apart the pointed tips are covered by 1-2" of dirt. Once the scapes form during the summer, pinch them off so the plant’s energy can go towards forming the bulb, not the scape flower. By August, the plant leaves will start to dry out turn brown. Once all the leaves stems are brown, they’re ready to harvest.

making seed tapes for lettuce and carrots- perfectly spacing the seeds so you don't have to thin later!

making seed tapes for lettuce and carrots- perfectly spacing the seeds so you don't have to thin later!

Mosquito Control container so you can sit and unwind in the evenings without dousing in DEET.

Mosquito Control container so you can sit and unwind in the evenings without dousing in DEET.

Homemade organic insect spray for your garden!

A DIY Organic Garden Insect Spray That Works!

From the Gardening Cook-10 Ways to Use Baking Soda in the Garden -who knows baking soda is a great garden aid?  Here are a few tips: *Use it as a natural fungicide *As garden grime buster *Use it for powdery mildew *Rejuvenate your rose bushes *Use it as weed killer/preventer *Kill cabbage worms *Sweeten your tomatoes *Kill crabgrass *Test your soil PH *Discourage pests in the garden

Baking Soda in the Garden - 10 Clever Uses

From the Gardening Cook-10 Ways to Use Baking Soda in the Garden -who knows baking soda is a great garden aid? Here are a few tips: *Use it as a natural fungicide *As garden grime buster *Use it for powdery mildew *Rejuvenate your rose bushes *Use it as weed killer/preventer *Kill cabbage worms *Sweeten your tomatoes *Kill crabgrass *Test your soil PH *Discourage pests in the garden

DIY: Endless onion supply - How simple it would be if every time you need the onions for cooking and just simply take one and grow another in his place.

DIY: Endless onion supply

DIY: Endless onion supply - How simple it would be if every time you need the onions for cooking and just simply take one and grow another in his place.

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