The Many Benefits of epsom salt for organic gardening | Gardening with Epsom Salt, according to this page it is good for all vegetables, flowers, trees, fruits and more. @mariellabrownp

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35 Fruits and veggies you can grow in containers.

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66 plants you can grow in pots

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tip for yielding more peppers--spray them w/ a little diluted Epsom salts!

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Don't throw out the water your boil your eggs in. This water contains tons of calcium that your plants will love. Just let the water cool and dump it on your plants.

diy home sweet home: 50 Random Tips & Tricks

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How to Tell if a Watermelon is Ripe - 4 clues to look for to tell if your garden or store watermelon is red, ripe, and ready to pick. #watermelon

How to Tell if a Watermelon is Ripe

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Hook and Chain Cord Hanger: for storing bulky extension cords and more! #DIY #organization

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Top flowers for bees

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Herb Gardening for Beginners on IntoxicatedOnLife.com

Herb Gardening for Beginners - Intoxicated On Life

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How to Plant Bulbs in a Container - planting in fall and leaving outside during winter will bring forth better blooms because of the exposure to winter cold!

How To Plant Bulbs in Containers

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Epsom salts make the best and easiest fertilizer. | 32 Cheap And Easy Backyard Ideas That Are Borderline Genius

32 Cheap And Easy Backyard Ideas That Are Borderline Genius

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GREEN ONIONS... replant the ends of green onions & grow new ones. Ready to eat in about a month. From frugal homesteads blog

I am so cheap-replanting green onions

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Natural weed killer: 2c white vinegar + 1T dish soap + 1T. salt. Blend and pour into a spray bottle. Will kill anything! (Easily gets rid of all those weeds growing in the cracks and seams of the driveway.)

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"Poison Ivy Killer: Prevent problems with poison ivy growing in your yard by adding 3 pounds of salt to a gallon of soapy water, and spraying the mixture on the leaves and stems of the poison ivy plants." Good to know

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2 c vinegar, 1T liquid soap, 1Tsalt....will kill anything! (for all those weeds growing in the cracks of the driveway!)

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Aspirin is the remedy for fungal headaches Black spot, powdery mildew, and rust are a terrible trio of fungi, which can attack and destroy your plants. Scientists have found that two uncoated aspirin tablets (325 milligrams each) dissolved in 1 quart of water and used as a foliar spray can thwart these diseases.

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35 Pest, Disease and Weed Remedies--green and safe

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...smart hanging herb garden.

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....these boots were made for planting. Great idea for the barn, potting shed, garden fence or......

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Epsom Salt= magnesium sulfate Houseplants: 2 tablespoons per gallon of water; feed plants monthly. Roses: 1 tablespoon per foot of plant height per plant; apply every two weeks. Also scratch 1/2 cup into soil at base to encourage flowering canes and healthy new basal cane growth. Soak unplanted bushes in 1 cup of Epsom Salt per gallon of water to help roots recover. Add a tablespoon of Epsom Salt to each hole at planting time. Spray with Epsom Salt solution weekly to discourage pests.

Use Epsom Salt to Improve Your Garden Inexpensively

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Cute porch

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Sage is a natural mosquito repellant. Plant it in areas where you want to keep mosquitoes away. Add sage to a campfire or fire pit to keep insects away.

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This compact rack is strong and simple to build. You can store shovels, rakes, a sledgehammer—any long-handled tools—conveniently up and out of the way.

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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 and in a few weeks, our expert friends report, you will have more peppers than you can eat.

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How to prune tomato plants

How to Prune Tomatoes: 7 Steps (with Pictures)

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