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Plant Buddies...guide on what to plant next to each other and which flowers keep certain bugs away. Fantastic info!!

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How to tell when your Carrots, squash, melons, onions, peppers and other veggies are ready to harvest! Great guide for beginners!

Fabriquez votre insecticide maison bio ! Insecticides naturels à pulvériser au jardin.. Fabriquez votre insecticide maison bio ! CONTRE LES PUCERONS : - insecticide à l'ail : faire bouillir 1 litre d'eau, versez-la bouillante sur 4 gousses d'ail broyées. Couvrez et laissez reposer 1 heure. Filtrez et pulvériser à froid directement sur vos plants infectés de pucerons. - insecticide au savon liquide : pour 1 litre d'eau, ajoutez 20ml de savon ou liquide vaisselle bio + 20ml d'alcool à…

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Gardening for Dummies: Companion Planting {Free Printable

#Companion #Planting--Which #Garden Plants Repel #Bugs? {Free Printable from OneCreativeMommy.com}

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Sweeter Cucumber Tip

Cucumbers grown in the wrong conditions can become bitter or tasteless. Here is a simple tried and true tip for having the sweetest cucumbers in town . . .

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10+ Last Minute Crops to Plant Now for Fall Harvest

These fast growing, cold tolerant plants will quickly fill your garden and plate with delicious, fresh food

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Gardening Tips

Interesting idea. If you grow it for the fruit or the root, you need full sun. If you grow it for the leaves, partial shade is all you need.

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21 best crops for your edible garden

21 best crops for your edible garden: Our top picks for veggies and fruits to grow at home, from tomatoes to greens

10 *Brilliant* Frugal Gardening Tricks! I've used the tp roll trick for a few years now. When I plant the roll I leave a bit of it exposed. It not only helps to guide the plant upright but more importantly keeps the bugs away. And I label each roll w the variety of seed so when I finally get around to marking the plants I have a quick reminder of what's what!