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What to plant near each other - Companion Planting Poster

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This WWI Poster was created by the United States Food Administration during WWI to promote the domestic consumption of corn over more valuable items such as beef: "Corn - the food of the nation. Serve some way every meal. Appetizing. Nourishing. Economical." Illustrated by artist Lloyd Harrison, c. 1918.

"Banque Privée. Souscrivez á l'Emprunt de la Reconstitution," is translated as, "Banque Privée. Subscribe to the reconstruction loan." Illustrated in 1920 by A. Lelong, the poster shows Victory standing in a wheat field, with her arm around a boy carrying a basket of fruit. A ruined village is shown behind them.

Vegetables You Can Grow in The Shade

Cut off bottom of celery, replant, and watch it grow

WWI Poster- Illustrated by Joseph Ernest Sampson, c. 1914.

growing onions from the root end

Easy garden watering

Butterfly garden

Great garden markers

Garden Row Snip-n-Drip Soaker System lets you create a convenient watering system for your vegetable garden. No special tools required — just use scissors to cut the hoses to the sizes you need. Snap the fittings in place and you're ready to water.

What a great idea. Pallets are a dime a dozen, too!

WWI poster shows a girl with a plow and encourages youth to participate in the creation of "war gardens" to take the pressure off the public food supply brought on by the war effort.

Great site for starting a garden when you're clueless