Growing ginger in a pot is easy! It's a great idea if you live in a cool temperate climate or you don't have a plenty of space.

Growing ginger in a pot is easy! It's a great idea if you live in a cool temperate climate or you don't have a plenty of space.

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This simple trick for long-lasting hydrangeas is the florist's secret for keeping stems from wilting!

This simple trick for long-lasting hydrangeas is the florist's secret for keeping stems from wilting!

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Indoor Gardening Projects • Ideas and Tutorials! Including this project, from 'remove & replace', learn how to regrow romaine lettuce from a stump.

Indoor Gardening Projects • Ideas and Tutorials! Including this project, from 'remove & replace', learn how to regrow romaine lettuce from a stump.

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Besides being able to eat locally grown garlic, you can manage your organic garden and be certain that you have top quality, nutrient dense garlic in your cuisine. Garlic is a rising star because of its antibiotic and anti-fungal properties, among other benefits. You want to be certain that the health benefits of garlic are not eclipsed by what was fed to it or sprayed on it.

Besides being able to eat locally grown garlic, you can manage your organic garden and be certain that you have top quality, nutrient dense garlic in your cuisine. Garlic is a rising star because of its antibiotic and anti-fungal properties, among other benefits. You want to be certain that the health benefits of garlic are not eclipsed by what was fed to it or sprayed on it.

Itching to get started on your spring garden? There ARE some crops you can start growing outside in March. Here's 12 to get you started!

Itching to get started on your spring garden? There ARE some crops you can start growing outside in March. Here's 12 to get you started!

How to find and grow elderberry cuttings. Gather them now, and by this summer you'll be making elderflower lemonade. Next summer you'll be harvesting for pies, jam, jelly and homemade syrup.

How to find and grow elderberry cuttings. Gather them now, and by this summer you'll be making elderflower lemonade. Next summer you'll be harvesting for pies, jam, jelly and homemade syrup.

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