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Remember for Spring ~ Add 2 tablespoons of Epsom salt to a gallon of water and spray your lawn for a lusher, greener lawn. Epsom salt is loaded with magnesium!

A vegetable garden cheat sheet

The Most Brilliant Cheat Sheet To Gardening We've Ever Seen

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Garden Hose Guards from curtain rods

Bees are responsible for most of pollination and they are becoming scarce! Help save the bees by planting these flowers! Bzzzzz

Plant These to Save the Bees

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Adding sage to your campfire or fire pit keeps mosquitoes and bugs away.

Choose The Best Stuff: Garden Things!

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Borage - good companion plant for tomatoes, squash and strawberries and much-loved by bees. Flowers and young leaves are edible and have a mild cucumber flavour. Use flowers sparingly in salads and float in fruit punch / Pimms. Flowers can also be candied for cake decorating. More: theepicentre.com/...

Dazzling, Colorful Wonders Of Nature!

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Tiered Raised Garden Beds

Tiered Raised Garden Beds

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Why You Need Lemon Balm In Your Garden. There are many uses for lemon balm. It's a mosquito repellent, you can use it as a rinse aid in your laundry, make tea with it, use it for aromatherapy, make soap or conditioner with it, and much, much more. Click link for more information. Lemon Balm is a Perennial. Plant lemon balm in a pot as it will spread (and take over your garden).

Why You Need Lemon Balm In Your Garden

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Grow your own ginger roots from store-bought produce with these simple tips.

Beautiful nature -The Dorothy Benedict Hosta. OMG want this plant. Please tell me you grow in zone 5, checking this one out for sure.

Growing Hydrangeas & how to grow new plants from one bush!

5 Tips for Growing Gorgeous Hydrangeas

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grow squash in upside down tomato cage. keeps it under control

Use cement blocks to edge a garden, and fill the blocks' holes with with soil and plant to finish -- low-growing plants like creeping thyme, moss roses or strawberries work well and will not grow high enough to shade or otherwise interfere with garden plants.

How to Build a Cement Block Garden Border | eHow

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List Of Vegetables That Can Grow Vertically

Alternative Gardning: List Of Vegetables That Can Grow Vertically

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Growing squash and zucchini plants vertically

How to Grow Zucchini Vertically | eHow

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I usually wait and buy most of my plants in May because I never know when to start my seeds indoors. This handy little chart lets you know when to start seeds indoors as well as when to plant outdoors.

Flowers down the middle of the raised bed dividing the veggies; how to combine a cutting garden with a veggie garden. Genius!

Mias Landliv: My garden

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If you have a raised bed garden, here's an "add-on" you can build to keep most pests from munching on your plants. You're basically building a "lid" that fits on top and inside your existing raised...

Raised Bed Pest Cover - Vegetable Gardener

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Cucumber Teepee- just an idea since my cucumber plant took over last year.

Easy Guide to Growing Perfect Peas -

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Compost infograph

Building a raised garden bed

Building a raised garden bed

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Raised Bed Ideas

What a cute and cleaver idea! Clear around the planting area, for productive growth of the beans. Greate hideaway for kids in the yard, leave the grass in the center.

Alternative Gardning: Pole Bean Hideaway

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Food-That-Magically-Regrows-Itself. Did not work for celery for me. Looked like it would but then it just shot up the middle. Most of the others work or should work though

Food That Magically Regrows Itself from Kitchen Scraps

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