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    How to plant root bound plants: Make numerous downward cuts so that the circular roots are cut. Remove any brown or black roots, which are most likely dead. Keep the white roots, which are alive. ‘Massage’ the root ball of your plant, which will help loosen the roots even more. Plant your plant and its ‘freed roots’ in a larger pot or in the ground. The newly cut roots will grow outward and your plant will start growing again. And that’s all there is to fixing a root-bound plant.

    Alternative Gardning: How to plant root bound plants

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    How to Grow Orchids • Great tips and Ideas!

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    Keep Your Lucky Bamboo Lucky And It Will Take Care Of You. Why it looks so easy to keep yet you kill it over and over. Here are the secrets of keeping it alive and bring peace, harmony, weath, love and happiness to your home.

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    Growing vegetables from food waste is a great lesson for kids and also makes great science experiments!!

    Food That Magically Regrows Itself from Kitchen Scraps

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    Grow lemon seeds. Lemon leaves smell so good. Awesome for kitchen, bathroom, or any place in the house.

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    To decorate your garden as Mother Nature would, scatter wildflowers native to your area. Easy to plant and grow, they'll lavish the ground with color in practically no time.

    15-Minute Garden Projects

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    Queen Anne's Lace

    wild carrot for the Shabby chic garden

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    How to Grow and the Benefits of Queen Anne’s Lace

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    You Can Grow Blueberries | The Paleo Mama

    You Can Grow Blueberries No Matter Where You Live - The Paleo Mama

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    13 Vegetables That You Can Regrow Again And Again

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    6 Things That Will Keep Bad Bugs Out Of Your Garden

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    The Ultimate Rhubarb Guide: Grow, Harvest, Cook & Preserve - An Oregon Cottage

    The Ultimate Rhubarb Guide: Grow, Harvest, Cook & Preserve

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    Avoid killing your succulents- 7 tips from the experts

    How to avoid killing your succulents: 7 tips

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    How to control aphids with homemade lemon pesticide

    How to control aphids organically

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    Follow This One Tip In Your Garden & Get A Ton Of Organic Strawberries!

    Follow This Tip In Your Garden & Get A Ton Of Organic Strawberries!

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    It’s time to start filling in the flower beds with annuals. If you are one of those people who don’t have the time to devote to daily watering, then these annuals are for you. As long as you give them sufficient water soon after planting these flowers can withstand poor moisture conditions. 1.Angelonia 2. Zinnia... Read More » ❤️

    Top 10 Drought Tolerant Annuals - Creative Cain Cabin

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    This might look nice under my garage window. All I need is water source.

    Planned Gardens - Three Seasons of Beauty Garden

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    Plants that will attract birds to your yard and provide winter color

    Tip: Landscaping That's for the Birds

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    10 Houseplants That Ease Stress, Purify Your Home, And Are Impossible To Kill

    10 Houseplants That Ease Stress, Purify Your Home, And Are Impossible To Kill

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    Want a larger harvest of blueberries? Learn how to prune blueberry plants for a larger harvest. Great step by step tutorial, plus love her tips for what to add to the soil. If you want to put in blueberries or already have them, you need to read this tutorial now.

    How to Prune Blueberries

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    37 shrubs that are easy to propagate from cuttings - tips on when to take the cuttings

    Propagate Your Shrubs from Softwood Cuttings

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    Eggshells as Organic Pest Control. Works to kill Japanese beetles, flea beetles, snails, slugs, and other pests in the garden. And it's FREE! | GetBusyGardening.com

    Eggshells as Organic Pest Control

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    Luscious blades

    Lawn Care: How to Repair a Lawn

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    22 Hard To Kill Houseplants with links and if you visit decor8, you can see the remaining 3 plants not shown here: decor8blog.com/...

    22 Hard To Kill Houseplants

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    how to keep a Fiddle Leaf Fig alive (and happy)

    How to Keep a Fiddle Leaf Fig Alive and Happy

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