Critter Spray...for everything that eats your garden. Critter Spray 10 oz. rubbing alcohol 2 Tbs. dish detergent Combine alcohol and dish detergent in a spray bottle. Fill with water. Shake and spray on those pesky critters.
Self made Miracle Grow. Put 1 Tbs. Epsom Salt, & 1 Tbs. Sugar into each hole with your plant. It makes them grow larger, leafier and greener. Or dissolve 1 Tbs. Epsom Salt into 1 Gallon of water and use it to water your plants, trees, fruit trees, roses, flowering plants, squash,and all other veggies. For plants you have planted in ground or pots sprinkle Epsom Salt on top of the dirt/potting soil and water well. See Link for other ideas.
Home Made Miracle Grow - Make your Own - The Gardening Cook
Portulaca Portulacas love it hot and dry. You can plant them in poor, even sandy, soil. They also adapt to average garden conditions. Just give them full sun and any well-drained soil. Moss roses don't need much care. Water them after planting and watch them go. They'll grow 4 to 8 inches high and spread 6 to 18 inches. You don't even have to deadhead. If plants get scraggly, you can cut them back. Don't fertilize too much; it will encourage plants to produce thick foliage but fewer…
Hydrangea are such beautiful flowers. They are easy to grow. They can thrive even without a lot of sunshine. You can even just grow them from cuttings. This is a simple technique to add a marvelous splash of color to your garden. Don’t they look stunning in your garden? Check out tutorial from Nantucky Hydrangea and watch the video tutorial from expert village. Nantucky Hydrangea – How to Propagate Hydrangeas
Thinking about planting a small vegetable garden this year? I have a few suggestions for Easy Vegetables that Anyone Can Grow. These garden vegetables are ideal for beginners. garden | gardening| vegetable garden | #seasonedhome
The world's most perfect fertilizer + pesticide is epsom salt. This is so true- every other week- 1 gallon of water, 1 TBSP of miracle grow and 3 TBSP of epsom salt- I promise a great garden all season.
Pruning tomato plants: how & when to do it- Pruning tomato plants can maximize the number, size, & flavor of your tomatoes. Warm up your pinching fingers & your garden clippers & find out how a little trim can mean bigger, tastier fruit.