Greywater: How and Why to Reuse It (via Survival at Home)

How and Why to Reuse Greywater

Greywater: How and Why to Reuse It (via Survival at Home)

How to conserve water in a coconut husk planter - www.whatsurhomestory.com

How to Conserve Water When Using Hanging Basket Liners

If you garden in a dry area you'll love this idea. Make your own olla. What's an olla?   "An Olla is an ancient watering pot, that is buried in the ground in the area that you put your plants, when the plants need water the roots suck the water from the Olla."

If you garden in a dry area you'll love this idea. Make your own olla. What's an olla? "An Olla is an ancient watering pot, that is buried in the ground in the area that you put your plants, when the plants need water the roots suck the water from the Olla."

Not every plant is a big drinker; some can get along with only a few sips. Here are 5 drought-resistant plants that won’t break your water budget.

5 Plants You (Almost) Never Have to Water

Not every plant is a big drinker; some can get along with only a few sips. Here are 5 drought-resistant plants that won’t break your water budget.

Five steps to growing blueberries.....includes early pruning. I'm glad I read this!

Five steps to growing blueberries.....includes early pruning. I'm glad I read this!

How to Grow Radishes: Easy Growing Guide: Organic Gardening. Make weekly spring sowings as soon as you can work the soil (4 to 6 weeks before the last expected frost) until early summer; start again in late summer. Sow winter radishes in midsummer for a fall harvest.

How to Grow Radishes: Easy Growing Guide: Organic Gardening. Make weekly spring sowings as soon as you can work the soil (4 to 6 weeks before the last expected frost) until early summer; start again in late summer. Sow winter radishes in midsummer for a fall harvest.

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