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The Prairie Homesteadfrom The Prairie Homestead

DIY Soil Block Maker

DIY soil block maker-- a homemade version of the popular soil blockers that many people are using to start their seeds.

Martha Stewartfrom Martha Stewart

Natural Weed Killer

Natural Weed Killer - Martha Stewart Eco-friendly choices ... Warm weather can coax weeds to pop up from the tiniest cracks in the sidewalk. But don't go for the weed killer. Douse them with vinegar, lemon juice, or boiling water instead. The weeds will likely shrivel in a day or so; resilient ones rarely withstand a second treatment.

If you plan on starting your own vegetable and flower seeds, you can get a little more mileage out of that toilet paper roll. Make yourself a “mini-planter” that you can plant pot and all! Make this biodegradable mini-planter out of scissors and a toilet paper roll

Saving Dollars & Sensefrom Saving Dollars & Sense

What To Plant When Chart

Check out this handy gardening chart to know when to start growing your seeds indoors and when to transplant them outdoors.

Grow a Good Lifefrom Grow a Good Life

How to Grow an Indoor Garden

You can grow vegetables in your own indoor garden. Craving fresh harvests during the winter or lack outdoor gardening space? Then start an indoor vegetable garden. Choose plants that will grow under artificial light, mature quickly, and stay compact enough to grow in containers without outgrowing their space. Most leafy greens, herbs, and a few root vegetables will grow very well inside under lights.

Enter your zip code and this calendar will tell you what to plant and when to plant it, week-by-week. Love this. They'll send you seeds too.

Apartment Therapyfrom Apartment Therapy

How To Start Seeds In Eggshells

mini jardim sustentável

Sunsetfrom Sunset

How to grow strawberries

Tips on growing strawberries

Sunsetfrom Sunset

Your cool-season kitchen garden

cool-season kitchen garden - a guide to starting vegetables for autumn and winter harvest

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Vegetable Garden Glossary

A-frame for tomatoes