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DIY Watering Can: So easy with an empty plastic liquid detergent container.  Brilliant!

DIY Watering Can: So easy with an empty plastic liquid detergent container. Brilliant!

13 Verduras que se regeneran mágicamente

13 Verduras que se regeneran mágicamente

13 Vegetables that regrow from kitchen scraps- the thrill of never again buying fifty-cent green onions!

plants in hanging shoe rack    I know it's early to be thinking outside decor, but hey

plants in hanging shoe rack I know it's early to be thinking outside decor, but hey

Make your own mole repellent! 1/4 cup castor oil, 6 tablespoons water, 2 tablespoons liquid detergent (We use Dawn). Combine all ingredients in blender until consistency of whipped cream. Add 2 tablespoons of repellent to a regular garden watering can and then fill with warm water. Thoroughly water over areas of greatest damage. For best results apply after a rain or a thorough watering.

Make your own mole repellent! 1/4 cup castor oil, 6 tablespoons water, 2 tablespoons liquid detergent (We use Dawn). Combine all ingredients in blender until consistency of whipped cream. Add 2 tablespoons of repellent to a regular garden watering can and then fill with warm water. Thoroughly water over areas of greatest damage. For best results apply after a rain or a thorough watering.

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Have you ever heard of a ‘No-Dig’ vegetable garden? The rewards are fabulous! New gardeners often don’t know where to start with a vegetable garden. The no-dig method is really simple and involves constructing a raised garden edge using sugar cane bails, timber or corrugated iron, then layering organic materials on top of the soil …

Have you ever heard of a ‘No-Dig’ vegetable garden? The rewards are fabulous! New gardeners often don’t know where to start with a vegetable garden. The no-dig method is really simple and involves constructing a raised garden edge using sugar cane bails, timber or corrugated iron, then layering organic materials on top of the soil …

Garden pests hate the smell of Irish Spring! Deer, mice and squirrels!

Garden pests hate the smell of Irish Spring! Deer, mice and squirrels!

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