TV: Food That Magically Regrows Itself from Kitchen Scraps - Eating well is expensive… Buying produce that is organically grown is not cheap. -- Save a few bucks off your grocery bill by growing a few of those staples from your diet.
Know your soil - do a Mason Jar Soil Test. I did this years ago when I first started gardening. I ended up adding sand to my garden spot. I have had poor soil conditions for the last 10 years or so and have added organic material and composted material
Dad and I love our little blueberry bushes How to plant blueberries is the first and basic question. If planting a row of blueberries takes into account "hilling" the plants; raise them on top of the natural soil level by high and wide.
I like this idea - - - "Window farming," as it is called, is catching on in New York City and beyond. Window farmers use recycled liter water bottles, clay pellets, plastic tubing and inexpensive fish tank air pumps to create their indoor gardens.
Growing vegetables from food waste is a great lesson for kids and also makes great science experiments Teach students how to regrow food and pick a food to regrow as a class. Could use a food from a students leftover lunch.
25 Foods You Can Re-Grow Yourself from Kitchen Scraps – DIY & Crafts Who knew. Grew my first garden this year . Will try starting from scraps. With any luck I'll have plants to put in the ground come spring!
DIY Compact Vegetable Garden Are you a little tight for space? Have you considered square foot gardening? With this project you can address both of these issues. For the original post and direction… - Vegetable Gardening
Did you know that you can simply plant the top of a pineapple in a pot and grow another? Coolest house plant ever! I want to do this :)DIY of the day! Did you know that you can simply plant the top of a pineapple in a pot and grow another?
No Garden? Here Are 66 Things You Can Can Grow At Home In Containers
spray the plant with epsom salts 1 teaspoon dissolved in a spray bottle of warm water (about 4 cups). that gives the pepper plant a boost of magnesium that is required at flowering time to produce fruit. spray them again 10 days later.