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The benefits of wood ash in the garden

The benefits of WOOD ASH in the garden. Unlike the decomposed remains of leaves, stems and other green plant parts, burned wood doesn’t contain nitrogen. But it does provide phosphorous, potassium, calcium, boron and other elements that growing plants need. It’s also very alkaline and useful for raising the pH in gardens. You’ll need about twice as much of it as lime, but it will supply nutrients at the same time, and if you’re a wood-burner it’s free.

from ExtraWellness

Top 10 Important Gardening Tips And Uses for Epsom salts

Top 10 Important Gardening Tips And Uses for Epsom salts - ExtraWellness

from Don't Waste the Crumbs

50 Ways to Fertilize the Garden For Free

50 Ways to Fertilize the Garden For Free | A huge list of things you can use in your own home to help feed your garden and plants! :: DontWastetheCrumbs.com #garden #frugal

from shopswell

Garden for Less: 18 Insanely Cheap Flower Seeds That Get Rave Reviews

You don't necessarily have to pay high prices to get quality garden seeds. These 18 flower seed packs are priced insanely cheap and have the reviews to prove they will produce beautifully in your garden. Shop the seed collection now!

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from Jerry James Stone

Food That Magically Regrows Itself from Kitchen Scraps

Food-That-Magically-Regrows-Itself. "Did not work for celery for me. Looked like it would but then it just shot up the middle." Most of the others work or should work though

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!