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Soil sifting screen

Building A Soil Sifter Screen To Remove Rocks, Stones, and Chunks From Dirt And Compost


Lycoris Planting Guide, Planting Lycoris in Spring, How to Grow Lycoris in Spring


Lycoris Care – How To Grow The Lycoris Flower In The Garden

The Trick of Knowing When to Harvest Garlic | Garden Betty

The Trick of Knowing When to Harvest Garlic

Red Creeping Thyme. grows 3 inches tall max so very neat--no mowing needed ever. beautiful fresh lemony scent. gorgeous with lavender. perennial. repels mosquitoes. can grow as entire lawn.

STEPABLES.COM - Plants that tolerate foot traffic

Diagram showing Three Sisters Garden spacing

Three Sisters Garden: Corn, Beans, Squash - A Native American tradition

Growing rhubarb plants

Growing Rhubarb Plants | Rhubarb Cake Recipe | Jung Garden and Flower Seed Company

Pot Sizes-Inch to gallon conversion

Pot sizes - inches to gallon conversion - Hardy Tropicals Blog

How to Propagate Basil - Grow fresh basil all summer in your garden!

How to Propagate Basil

How to propogate pothos in water or in mix

Pothos Propagation: How To Propagate A Pothos

Growing Lots Urban Farm: Potato Towers & Living Fence Posts!

Growing Lots Urban Farm: Potato Towers & Living Fence Posts!

Potato Tower - YouTube

Potato Tower

Northern Italy Medieval revival garden. Excellent color palette.

Seed Starting 101: Seedling Heat Mats and Inexpensive Alternatives

Grow Your Own Conifers from Hardwood Cuttings. It takes a little patience, but the technique is straightforward and gives good results

Squash Trellis Gardening | Simple Homecraft: Becoming an Urban Homesteader #8 - This week's ...


Terrarium | Blog de Hogarutil

New advice on planting bare root fruit trees.

Plant a Bare Root Fruit Tree

Identifying what troubles your tomatoes...

The Checkerboard Herb Garden/Even if it rains you can get to your herbs. I can do this with wall stones from the woods, and put it next to the stone patio.

New Shade-Loving Perennial Variety for 2013 - 'Circus' Coralbells or Heuchera... In the spring, it has peach-color leaves with deep red veins. In summer, the red veins remain but leaves slowly turn chartreuse with highlights of silver, shooting up reddish-purple stems bearing small, bright pink bell-shape flowers. Grow in shade or part shade in well-drained soil - For Zones 4-9. Grows 14"T & W - Good with Hostas. [via]

Good for eastern slope in backyard. Opt for spicata (spreader variety) as long as in a contained area. Name: Lilyturf, (Liriope) An easy-to-grow favorite shade perennial. Loved for its grassy foliage and spikes of blue or white flowers in late summer, as well as its resistance to deer and rabbits, lilyturf is practically a plant-it-and-forget garden resident. It grows best in Zones 5-10 and grows a foot tall.

The Best Perennials for Shade

Leafminer Control | Planet Natural

All about floating row covers

Using Row Covers — Square Foot Abundance

Milk spray to combat powdery mildew on the quince tree

Pests and Deseases: show