Best Medicinal Herbs You Can Grow At Home.

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Burning Sage will repel mosquitos and other pests. It smells heavenly, and avoids exposure to toxic chemicals.

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For centuries, herb plants have been used to cure all sorts of ailments. Both modern and alternative medicine rely on the age-old healing properties found in medicinal herbs. The Growers Exchange has a wide selection of medicinal herb plants. http://www.thegrowers-exchange.com/

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Want a neat herb garden? Plant in pots in the ground, like they did in this garden in France, courtesy of ‘Townmouse‘.

Creative Outdoor Herb Gardens

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11 Plants That Repel Mosquitoes

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Tips For Growing Your Winter Vegetable Garden: Winter vegetables can be enjoyed long into the late growing season so don't put your garden to bed just yet. Use these tips to grow far into the cold months!

Winter Vegetables - Tips For A Cold Season Garden

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Fall is on its way! Learn how to get started with cold weather vegetable growing with these great tips!

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Mint: ants & mice, Bay Leaves: roaches, Lemongrass: mosquitoes & bees, basil: flies, Geraniums: Japanese beetles, Catnip: long list including mosquitoes & flies, Mums (esp daisy like): Roaches, fleas, ticks, bedbugs, lice, silverfish, ants

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3 Popular Herbs for the Home Garden | decor ideas for gardens

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Wooly thyme, among others, makes a perfectly behaved lawn alternative. Sweet smelling, drought tolerant and never needs mowing or fertilizing. What could be better? The feel of it on bare toes is a textural treat, and the look of a happy thyme lawn adds romance and an established feel to the xeric garden. Plant some among pavers too.

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Kitchen Herb Garden in wicker basket

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Organizing garden tools

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Vinegar: Take a sample of dry dirt (about 1/4 cup), mix with distilled water to make a liquid “mud” and then start pouring household vinegar over top. If the mixture fizzes, it’s alkaline. Baking soda: Mix dry dirt and distilled water as above then start sprinkling baking soda over top. If the mixture bubbles, it’s acidic. If neither test produces a reaction, you have fairly neutral soil.

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Cut the bottom off a plastic pot to contain invasive plants & bury in the ground. I have been doing this for a few years & works great for containing plants that tend to spread, but that I still want to plant in the garden. This also works good for planting a plant in an area that tends to get filled with roots etc. from other plants. I will use a larger pot so that the plant can spread it's roots and grow deeper roots, but keeps other tree roots from choking out the one I planted.

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A small trellised planter perfect for patios and corner accents. (clematis, tomatoes, morning glory...).

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Asparagus is one of the tastiest, easiest vegetables you can g row. A little work up front pays off with years of good eating. Find out how to plant and manage this quintessential spring crop. Finally! Because my asparagus is finally looking like asparagus.

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Regrow celery by putting the stalk (with 2 inches left) in a dish of water. Once it grows leaves, you can plant it. Use only the outside stalks and it'll continue to grow from the inside.

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THIS IS THE BEST TOMATO INSTRUCTION PAGE I'VE FOUND. IT'S THE CLOSEST I'VE FOUND TO MY GRANDDAD'S WAY OF PLANTING TOMATOES. I MUST DO THIS NEXT YEAR!!!

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The next time you boil a dozen eggs, save the water and pour it on your garden and plants. The water becomes enriched with calcium when the eggs are cooked. Plus, why pour water down the sink when you can reuse it for something, right?

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Really? For the back yard- plant lemon grass for privacy and to keep the mosquitos away? Gotta try!

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Vertical garden - cool idea for herbs

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A small trellised planter perfect for patios and corner accents. (clematis, tomatoes, morning glory...)

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