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    Hometalk: Gardening

    Do you consider yourself a gardening geek? Or a green thumb in the making? Either way, this board has everything you might need for a Grade-A Gardening Education. Find popular products, tips, tricks and inspiration from expert gardeners & enthusiasts alike who love being outdoors just as much as you do.

    Hometalk: Gardening

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    Learn how to repot your Dwarf Meyer Lemon tree. ~

    10 Ways to Naturally Control Bugs in Your Garden:

    Fridge or no fridge? That is the question. This printable cheat sheet shows you which fresh fruits and vegetables should be stored in the fridge and which ones are best kept on the countertop.

    Learn how to make these dried flower ornaments with a simple glass or plastic ball, some dried flowers, and a hot glue gun.

    Sand Art Terrariums from the book Garden Made

    Woodburning art has been around for years and seems to get a fresh touch with each new generation of crafters. Come see what's involved and the supplies you need to get started. It's an easy, relaxing craft you can learn in minutes.

    How to make an easy soilless terrarium garden. How to make a terrarium. Once you have this basic design down, it gives the you the opportunity to interpret a terrarium garden many times over and to with your own vision. The colors of the stones can be changed, the succulents used are easy enough to be varied, and the glass container can be taller or wider. This step-by step tutorial comes to us from terrarium expert and author, Maria Colletti.

    Rosemary from cuttings & honey instead of hormonal rooting powder/gel.

    Fun withherbs at Sensible Gardening

    DIY Upcycled Repurposed Vintage Garden Yard Farm Tools into a Trellis by Sadie Seasongoods

    How to get started with cold weather vegetable growing - grow your own year round! #spon

    AD There's quite a list of vegetables you can grow in the winter! These cold-loving food crops including broccoli, lettuces, carrots, beets, kale, radishes, spinach, and Swiss chard actually taste better when grown at this time of year. With some simple setups, you can enjoy fresh, homegrown produce when the snow is coming down.

    These autumn-inspired crafting projects use leaves, pinecones, and plants from the garden. They are simple, frugal, and a easy to make. Ideas include seasonal decor, ornaments, a lantern, and wreath.

    AD You know those beautiful pots of tulips you see each spring, looking extra gorgeous after a cold, hard winter? Autumn is the time to plant those bulbs. It takes just an hour or so to load up a few pots and wow, is it ever worth it!


    Indian Corn Wreath and 8 other easy fall projects made with things from your back yard.

    AD Want to get a jump start on your spring garden? There are many different flowering plants you can start from seed in the fall. These plants enjoy a cold, chilling season which actually encourages germination in the spring. Come see the suggestions and get seeds for your growing space.

    Harvest Goddess by Sow and Dipity

    Lots of ideas in this post on forcing spring flower bulbs. How to plus bulbs, planting, and container choices. #spon #ebay

    10 Beautiful and useful upcycled string light ideas for the home and garden. And yes, Ryan counts.

    Choosing the right soil for your garden doesn't need to be a gamble. Build healthy soil, grow an amazing garden and harvest the things you love.

    We've teamed up with to show you have to create a DIY edible centerpiece you can donate to a food pantry after the holiday meal this year.[med…

    See Four Serasons of Crafty Garden Projects in the book Garden Made

    Some of the most delicious vegetables are the cold-loving ones that grow best in spring and fall. Depending on your climate and growing conditions, options may include broccoli, carrots, kale, winter leaf lettuces, radishes, beets, and more, plus several herbs. #sponsored