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Shannon’s Homemade Monster Tomato Fertilizer recipe: 2-3 dozen crush egg shells 2 cups bone meal 1/2 cup Epsom salts 14 crushed aspirin (a natural rooting hormone!)

Shannon’s Homemade Monster Tomato Fertilizer Recipe

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Not your momma's cup of tea! Compost tea is the best fertilizer you can get, and it is totally natural and organic. Easy way to supercharge your vegetable garden.

How To Brew Compost Tea | Veggie Gardener

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Pole bean spacing

Pole bean spacing

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Get step-by-step instructions for making easy, inexpensive toilet paper roll seed tape from HGTV Gardens. This craft is perfect for kids.

How to Make Seed Tape : HGTV Gardens

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Jim Long's Columns: Tomato Beds

This is how I'm growing my Carrots this year. Learned it by accident last year. The post has a great tutorial. Wish I had it before my trial and error method :O)

Growing Carrots In Plant Containers Makes For Easy Cultivation

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Vegetable Garden Planner

Mother Earth News Vegetable Garden Planner - Frequently Asked Questions

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Step by step: how to plant a spring garden

How to Plant a Spring Garden - Someday I'll Learn

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When to plant what.... just in case I ever feel like gardening. you never know!

How to Harden Off Seedlings

Easy Suet Recipe To Feed The Birds - Kansas Breeze Bees and Trees Blog - Capper's Farmer Magazine

Potato & Onion Storage Baskets | Buy from Gardener's Supply

Inexpensive Mini-Greenhouse - DIY - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Glass corn seeds

Suet cakes for birds

Garden Tools: Make a Cottage-style Potting Bench | Flea Market Gardening

Leaf casting the Rhubarb leaf | Flea Market Gardening

Make your own concrete planters | Flea Market Gardening

Suet Substitute

Sensational recycled solar lights in the garden | Flea Market Gardening

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Tomatoes need calcium to achieve their full flavor potential, and calcium is often greatly lacking in our soils. 95% of a dry eggshell is calcium carbonate. When planting your tomato plants crush up (to powder) about 4 or 5 egg shells and put them in the bottom of the hole. Then plant your tomato on top. They'll provide calcium and prevent blossom end rot.

This is a project that enthralls and intrigues everyone who sees it; you can build one too; just pick up a couple of coir lined hanging baskets, fill with soil, wire them together and stick some Sempervivum chicks on the coir. After a year, they will fill in and be totally covered. What a great use for your succulent collection!

Composting using a 5 gallon bucket. Love it!!