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If you're planting a garden, you'll need to decide if you're planting seeds or seedlings. Here's a look at how to save money and get started early by planting seeds.


Planting Seeds: How to Pre-Sprout, Direct Sow, and Start Indoors - Attainable Sustainable

Mason Jar Soil Test | Determining what type of soil you have in your garden can be done with a glass jar with a lid, some water, and a sample of your soil. When soil particles separate you can see a mixture of the main soil types: sand, silt and clay. A well balanced soil (also called Loam) will have an almost even balance between the three particles. If your soil has more clay or more sand you can help your plants by learning the best watering and treatment methods for your particular soil!


Gardening Tools, Carts & Wheelbarrels, Pruning, Watering, Pest Control

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Fall Whiskey Barrel

Whiskey Barrel Decorate For Fall Using Mums, Pumpkins, and Kale with a Small Solar Landscape Light to Show it All Off at Night


Fall Whiskey Barrel - Creative Cain Cabin

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36 Recipes For Preserving Vegetables


36 Recipes For Preserving Vegetables

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101 Gardening Secrets the Experts Never Tell You

Another Really Nice Vegetable Garden. If you click this photo you'll find 101 Gardening Secrets that the experts never told you. All kinds of great vegetable garden information. Just click the photo.


101 Gardening Secrets The Experts Never Tell You

Compost tea for indoor plants Put eggshells, coffee grounds, and tea bags into a jar. Add water and wait one week. Strain out the shells and grounds, then feed your plants!

the Prairie Cottage: Wherein I become a mad scientist

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800+ Organized Canning Recipes for Winter Storage

800+ Organized Canning Recipes for Winter Storage - DIY & Crafts

How to test if your soil is alkaline or acidic and what to do to fix it - if it's acidic add limestone, if it's alkaline add coffee grounds, sawdust, or peat moss to lower the pH of your soil

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