Recognizing Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, and Poision Sumac - how to avoid them and simple treatments for affected areas

Watch out for poison oak & ivy

Good to know. Watch out for Poison Oak & Ivy (at school!)- a good guide on "How to treat and avoid poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac"

In early spring, when hostas are coming up, mix 10 parts water to 1 part ammonia, and pour over plant and soil. This will kill slug larvae.

Keeping Slugs Off Hostas

This guide is about keeping slugs off hostas. Slugs are a common pest to Hostas and can munch large holes in their leaves. To protect your hostas, especially those growing in pots, cover the soil with used coffee grounds. Not a slug in sight!

A nice hot cup of tea does more than soothe your mind and warm your bones.

10 Everyday Ailments Soothed by Tea

10 everyday ailments soothed by tea. Because a nice hot cup of tea does more than soothe your mind and warm your bones.

all you need to know for growing your own garlic, and all the reasons why you SHOULD grow your own garlic

5 Step Guide to Growing Gorgeous Garlic - definitely will try to grow garlic this year in the garden

Herbs that HealWhether you garden on a windowsill, your back yard, or a greenhouse herbs are well worth cultivating for their health benefits. Here to the t

For centuries, herb plants have been used to cure all sorts of ailments. Both modern and alternative medicine rely on the age-old healing properties found in medicinal herbs. The Growers Exchange has a wide selection of medicinal herb plants.

Use of #Epsom Salt in #Gardening #tomatoes #pepper #rose

Spraying epsom salt on plants boosts magnesium supply to plants and increases yield. Spraying 1 tablespoon of epsom salt mix with of water twice with 10 days gap could be used for good results. Tomatoes, peppers and rose can benefit extraordinarily


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