25 Foods You Can Re-Grow Yourself from Kitchen Scraps – DIY & Crafts

25 Foods You Can Re-Grow Yourself from Kitchen Scraps

Not everyone loves feral cats. Here are some ways to keep them out of your yard without harming either them or the environment. From Google+

Not everyone loves feral cats. Here are some ways to keep them out of your yard without harming either them or the environment. From Google+

Winter sowing containers. Yes, you CAN sow seeds in the dead of winter, even in the NE of USA or the wilds of Canada. Save weeks of hardening time with this simple and amazingly effective method! #containergardening #organicseeds #greenhouse

Winter sowing containers. Yes, you CAN sow seeds in the dead of winter, even in the NE of USA or the wilds of Canada. Save weeks of hardening time with this simple and amazingly effective method! #containergardening #organicseeds #greenhouse

could make this work for where that wierd bush thing used to be in our yard.. two trees on the outside edges though...

could make this work for where that wierd bush thing used to be in our yard.. two trees on the outside edges though...

Nifty Food & Plants To Grow Indoors [incl sweet potato, onions, pineapple, tomatoes, avocado, herbs, garlic]

Nifty Food & Plants To Grow Indoors [incl sweet potato, onions, pineapple, tomatoes, avocado, herbs, garlic]

Never Buy Celery AGAIN. Cut the end off first then put the rest into the refrigerator. Set the bottom piece on a saucer of warm water overnight to get it started—it gives it a head start. When I have time, I will take that piece and plant it just like it is, in the vegetable garden with the stalk side up. Just dig a small hole, fill it with water and set the end in the hole, then cover it up with an inch or so of soil. Water thoroughly.

Never Buy Celery AGAIN. Cut the end off first then put the rest into the refrigerator. Set the bottom piece on a saucer of warm water overnight to get it started—it gives it a head start. When I have time, I will take that piece and plant it just like it is, in the vegetable garden with the stalk side up. Just dig a small hole, fill it with water and set the end in the hole, then cover it up with an inch or so of soil. Water thoroughly.

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