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    As the summer hits its peak your garden may be in need of a little boost. Compost tea is the perfect way to water your plants and add nutrients at the same time!

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    An old tree stump as a planter - I love this idea, - now all I need is the tree stump!

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    Never run out of fresh herbs and vegetables, no matter what climate you live in. With a bit of creativity, and a few pots, you can make it through the winter with ease! Don’t believe us? Read on as eBay shares some tips to grow veggies and herbs year round indoors.

    killing the weeds and not the flowers with this product

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    Ok, you probably have already figured out that we have an undying love for succulents. They are one of the gardening’s hottest trends for 2015 after all. Actually, we think they have always been trendy and always will be. How can you not love this little cuties when they are not only adorable, but so easy to grow. Succulents require minimal conditions and minimal care, not to mention they can grow in a really limited space with very little soil which makes them perfect for very small gardens or

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    Cool idea that does double-duty in your garden. Put strawberry plants in concrete blocks to edge a garden. This helps keep the strawberries off the ground and the warmth of the blocks helps them grow.

    Top 10 Orchids for the Home: #1 Phalaenopsis - This is the easiest orchid to grow in the home. It blooms in winter with long flower spikes containing many spectacular blooms that last for months. The flowers may be white, purple, pink, salmon or yellow; some are speckled and blotched in interesting patterns.

    Top 10 Orchids for the Home: #2 Cattleya - This is the classic corsage orchid. Most bloom in winter and early spring and are not difficult to grow in the home. The fragrant flowers last for about a month, with color ranging from white to purple to yellow, orange, red, green and pink. The flowers may be quite large and showy.

    Top 10 Orchids for the Home: #3 Paphiopedilum - It is not difficult to grow in the home. Flowers may be of many colors with patterns of stripes, veins and spots. Paphiopedilums prefer lower light levels; an east window is ideal.