How to improve your garden soil

How To Improve Your Garden Soil Without A Compost Heap

I'm so surprised to find out why tomatoes split and the tricks to preventing it is so obvious. How did I not think of that........

I'm so surprised to find out why tomatoes split and the tricks to preventing it is so obvious. How did I not think of that........

Great tips to preserve fresh herbs! We are wary about using microwaves so would not recommend that method.

Great tips to preserve fresh herbs! We are wary about using microwaves so would not recommend that method.

How fun to match a theme for a garden party, bridal shower, or a color scheme in your screened porch. Put a plant in, or some seeds, a mini trowel and a mini sprayer for a special gift. Could also pretty up an indoor herb garden.

How fun to match a theme for a garden party, bridal shower, or a color scheme in your screened porch. Put a plant in, or some seeds, a mini trowel and a mini sprayer for a special gift. Could also pretty up an indoor herb garden.

Growing Sprouted Onions - great post! I planted sprouted Vidalia Onions this Spring. I planted them whole, instead of splitting them, as this post recommends. My onions grew a tall stem, flowered and produced hundreds of seeds. The onions split into 4's. Look like huge shallots. Super sweet and delicious! And I have seeds to be planted next year.

Growing Sprouted Onions - great post! I planted sprouted Vidalia Onions this Spring. I planted them whole, instead of splitting them, as this post recommends. My onions grew a tall stem, flowered and produced hundreds of seeds. The onions split into 4's. Look like huge shallots. Super sweet and delicious! And I have seeds to be planted next year.

Todays Dirt: Did you know you can protect your veggies with milk? Sprinkle outdoor plants with the water you swish around in an empty milk jug before recycling it. Tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, and potatoes love milky water because it kills the tobacco mosaic virus. It also protects cabbages from cabbage worms.

Todays Dirt: Did you know you can protect your veggies with milk? Sprinkle outdoor plants with the water you swish around in an empty milk jug before recycling it. Tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, and potatoes love milky water because it kills the tobacco mosaic virus. It also protects cabbages from cabbage worms.

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