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Use toilet paper rolls to start your plants. When ready to plant, stick the whole roll in the ground. Roll will decompose

toilet paper rolls

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Growing ginger.

good idea, start your tomato seeds like this then put the whole thing in the ground when you plant them, the tomatoes will thrive off the egg shells

toilet roll

TOP TIP: Flower Pot Drain Hole Cover: Just lay a coffee filter in the bottom of the pot covering the hole before filling the pot. The soil will stay in the pot and the water will still drain out because that is what coffee filters are designed to do; let water through. They last for a long time, too; by the time they fall apart, the potting soil is well packed and the plant has roots that hold the soil together.

A colander for your Tubtrug. What a great idea! Rinse vegetables right in the garden. (Tubtrug sold separately.)

Planting a celery bottom will produce a new stock of celery... Amazing!!! guh I NEED to make a Gardening board!

Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. I use baking soda in a 6" wide area around all of the edges of my flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into my beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. do this twice a year - spring and fall.

Use eggshells to start seeds. Then when they are ready to transplant, just put in ground as is. Shell will gradually break up and be fertilizer for the plant.

Garden Tip on planting seeds, use a muffin pan to press holes into your dirt to form perfectly spaced holes for planting #Garden, #Tips, #Ki...

recycled toilet paper rolls for planting

I need this for climbing plants!

How to fold newspaper into biodegradable planters. Would be good to start seeds and then transplant.

15 foods you can regrow from scraps

Root Storage Bin - Root veggies like carrots and beets will stay fresh all winter and even grow sweeter in this storage bin. Just fill with layers of damp sand or sawdust, alternating with layers of carrots or beets, and put in a cool, dark place. Potatoes, turnips and squash can go right in the bin without sand. $34.95 or 2+ for $32 each, at Gardener's Supply, Item #38-751. 18" W x 12-1/2" L x 8-1/2" H

Plants started in eggshells