Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half: Eating healthy isn't always cheap, so follow these tips and tricks to keep your wallet fat. Pin now; read later.

Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half: Eating healthy isn't always cheap, so forllow these tips and tricks to keep your wallet fat. Pin now;

Garden Journal

Mixing Creative: Garden Journaling -- help remember from year to year- this is a great idea-could add notes of how the plants did

Garden Journal

Mixing Creative: Garden Journaling -- help remember from year to year- this is a great idea-could add notes of how the plants did

how to harvest seeds from your vegetables to plant next year

Saving Vegetables Seeds: Tomatoes, Peppers, Peas and Beans Saving Vegetables Seeds: Tomatoes, Peppers, Peas and Beans Saving seed from one year to plant the next is an age-old tradition.

how to harvest seeds from your vegetables to plant next year

Saving Vegetables Seeds: Tomatoes, Peppers, Peas and Beans Saving Vegetables Seeds: Tomatoes, Peppers, Peas and Beans Saving seed from one year to plant the next is an age-old tradition.

The Four Steps Required to Keep Monsanto Out of Your Garden

The Four Steps Required to Keep Monsanto Out of Your Garden

5 Tips for a Successful Compost Pile this Fall

Leaves are a heavily nutrient dense material for composting and it is a shame any time they go to waste every fall. DIY Compost and landscaping tips.


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Starting a compost pile is one of the best things you can do for your garden and the environment. Every piece of garbage that goes into the pile instead of the dumpster saves valuable landfill space and adds much needed nutrients to your soil.

35 Unexpected Things To Add To Your Compost Pile

80 + Stuff that make your garden grow better. items listed I I never would have thought to compost. If I ever actually compost. If the raccoons can stay clear!

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All the Dirt on Gardening: Spring Blooming Flower Bulb Planting Depth and Spacing. This would make a pretty print.

Turning Junk Mail into Gardeners Gold  It's also a great way to dispose of old bills and other papers with personal information on them...

Turning Junk Mail into Gardener's Gold ~ It's also a great way to dispose of old bills & other papers with personal information on them! Even with snail mail dying out, i doubt junk mail will ever die!

Flower Bulbs – Planting in Layers for a Continuous Blooming Flowers » The Homestead Survival

I never thought to plant bulbs over the top of other bulbs, going to try this for my spring planted bulbs. 'For sequential waves of flowers, plant a "bulb sandwich" layering crocus, tulip and daffodil bulbs in the same hole'

Learn how to properly save seeds from peppers (and other fruits and vegetables) so that they’ll actually grow when you plant them. | 23 Diagrams That Make Gardening So Much Easier

Seed Saving

Seed Saving Tips - Grow REAL Food - Organic, Non-GMO Food in Your Backyard / be sure to start with non GMO seeds/plants/or when regrowing from vegetable waste (like a celery stump).

How to plant bulbs in a pot -Great Tutorial ! This is Imperative For Healthy, Long lasting, Full Blooming Bulbs ! By Sand and Sisal

Plant Bulbs in Pots Now for Spring Beauty

How to plant bulbs in a pot -Great Tutorial ! This is Imperative For Healthy, Long lasting, Full Blooming Bulbs ! By Sand and Sisal - Gardening For You

Top Ten Rules: #1 Start small. If you're beginning your first garden, help yourself avoid the feeling of being overwhelmed with weeding and general maintenance. You can grow a surprising amount of food in a bed that's 10 to 12 square feet. This beautiful raised bed of lettuces was posted by RMSer sunangel106.

How to Grow Fruits and Vegetables in Your Garden

If youre beginning your first garden, help yourself avoid the feeling of being overwhelmed with weeding and general maintenance. You can grow a surprising amount of food in a bed thats 10 to 12 square feet. This beautiful rai

Diatomaceous Earth provides a permanent barrier against many pests, both indoors and out, naturally. Forget harsh synthetic chemicals! Get rid of: Ants, fire ants, caterpillars, cut worms, army worms, fleas, ticks, cockroaches, snails, spiders, termites, scorpions, silver fish, lice, mites, flies, centipedes, earwigs, slugs, aphids, Japanese beetles (grub stage), fruit flies, corn earworm, cucumbe

Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth - A Multipurpose Eco-Friendly Solution (flea control, organic gardening, worm treatment for pets, bed bugs)

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