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17 Things Our Grandparents Did When “Green” Was Just A Color | One Good Thing by Jillee (used a clothesline for drying clothes; grew and preserved their own food; collected rainwater; cooked at home; saved eating out for special occasions; entertained at home; drank water from the tap; brown bagged it; bought less; spent more time outdoors; cultivated community; used home remedies; made their own cleaning products; recycled...)
Fresh veggies straight from the garden--just nothing can beat the flavors!!
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Great Organic Vegetable Gardening Tips For Beginners
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An important piece here on organic vegetable gardening for beginners. I'm going to lay out my 7 most important organic gardening tips for starting a vegetable garden.
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Organic Vegetable Gardening Facts - The concept of organic vegetable farming is not new given that ancient civilizations have been doing it for years. We somehow forgot that thinking that modern science could help us produce better crops. But if we go back to the basics, we realize that the resources need to make this work is right before our eyes. READ MORE - http://www.organicforlife.co/organic-vegetable-gardening-facts/#
Vegetable Gardening If you want to grow fresh vegetables regardless of season or climate, general hydroponics would be the right choice for you. Hydroponic vegetable gardening needs an ideal growing environment, so you need to monitor certain important factors such as temperature, nutrients, lights, pH level, and humidity to get healthy produce. Try to maintain following parameters to get the most out of your vegetable garden:
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Basics of Planning Vegetable Garden- I love the pics!
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How to grow Vegetable Garden in containers.
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Martha Stewart Easy-To-Grow Vegetables, 'Chiogga' Beet. An Italian heirloom, this variety (Beta vulgaris ssp. vulgaris) is also known as a striped beet for its globe-shaped, mild-flavored, red-and-white flesh.
Vegetable Garden Guide: Easy-to-Grow Vegetables - 'Chioggia' beet (Beta vulgaris ssp. vulgaris), an Italian heirloom, is also known as a striped beet for its globe-shaped, mild-flavored red-and-white flesh.
Easy to Grow Vegetables- Martha Stewart- 'Chioggia' Beet...'Chioggia' beet (Beta vulgaris ssp. vulgaris), an Italian heirloom, is also known as a striped beet for its globe-shaped, mild-flavored red-and-white flesh. 'Chioggia' beet (Beta vulgaris ssp. vulgaris), an Italian heirloom, is also known as a strip...
Vegetable Garden Guide: Easy-to-Grow Vegetables - Martha Stewart
See the "'Chioggia' Beet" in our Easy-to-Grow Vegetables gallery
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'Chiogga' Beet Easy to grow Veggies..!
Don't have the space for a garden? You can still plant veggies using these easy container gardening tips.
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Container gardening. I always love these ideas. It makes gardening so much easier.
Container Gardening - plant veggies using these easy container gardening tips.
Good resources for container gardening
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Swiss Chard Grows in Even the Smallest Yards
Growing swiss chard - Even apartment dwellers can grow a pot of chard and the beauty of this is that it will provide food for months.
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Container Gardening : Swiss Chard ~ Even apartment dwellers can grow a pot of chard and the beauty of this is that it will provide food for months.
Swiss Chard Grows in Even the Smallest Yards. Swiss Chard is a hardy plant; less finicky in the garden than spinach and milder in flavor than kale. Even apartment dwellers can grow a pot of chard and that pot of chard will provide food for months. You’ll likely need to water the pot daily, depending upon your weather. Even novice gardeners can handle growing Swiss chard. It couldn’t be easier. #gardengrowingtips #containergardens
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Swiss Chard Grows in Even the Smallest Yards - grab a pot and bury some seeds!
Swiss Chard Grows in Even the Smallest Yards
Make the Most of Your Garden by Choosing Plants Wisely
Cut-and-Come-Again Lettuce - varieties of lettuce you can cut, and that will grow back (like grass)
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Cut-and-Come-Again Lettuce - varieties of lettuce you can cut, and that will grow back (like grass) for our little veggie garden!!
Cut and Come Again Lettuces. One of the best summer performers is a romaine: a French cos, ‘Craquerelle du Midi’. When every other lettuce in the garden is getting bitter or defiantly announcing its plans to set seed, this one stays mild and leafy. #garden #vegetables #seed
Growing lettuce and cultivating so it will grow back from the Vegetable Gardener
Great directions for growing and harvesting lettuce! #garden #vegetable #rows
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Grow Your Best Fall Garden / Image via: Mother Earth News #garden #fall #autumn
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***Grow Your Best Fall Garden Vegetables: What, When and How - Organic Gardening - MOTHER EARTH NEWS
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We want to have an awesome veggie garden :)
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Grow Longer: The Best Cold-Tolerant Veggies
Extend your garden's harvest with these cool-season vegetables: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/vegetable/vegetables/cold-weather-vegetable-gardening/?socsrc=bhgpin013014coolseasonveggies
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Not ready to give up the garden? Take a look at the best cold-tolerant veggies to grow this fall. Better Homes and Gardens shares the best cool-season vegetables that'll extend your garden's harvest into the fall season.
If you missed this spring, plan for a fall planting. Extend your garden's harvest with these cool-season vegetables: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/vegetable/vegetables/cold-weather-vegetable-gardening/?socsrc=bhgpin013014coolseasonveggies
I need to learn more about winter gardens. Grow Longer: The Best Cold-Tolerant Veggies
Grow Longer: The Best Cold-Tolerant veggies also other gardening tips
Grow these cool-season vegetables and herbs to extend your garden's harvests in spring and fall. This list of vegetables includes seasonal vegetables, green vegetables, non-starchy vegetables, winter vegetables, green leafy vegetables, fall vegetables and more.
Lasagna Gardening Layers - no dig gardening! Just layer and plant - this creates it's own soil even where there is none.
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Lasagna Gardening Layers - no dig gardening! Just layer and plant - this creates its own soil even where there is none. #iffygarden.com #iffygarden #Top_garden #garden_Ideas #smart_garden #cute_garden #easy garden
Lasagna Gardening Layers - no dig gardening! Just layer and plant. Great to use where soil is bad, like the heavy clay and bull tallow on my land.
This is how I garden. Lasagna Gardening Layers - no dig gardening! Just layer and plant - this creates it's own soil even where there is none. I have 6 4x12 enclosed beds and about 40' of raised row created in a similar method in my large town lot. Every fall and spring I add more organic material, topping off with grass clippings in the spring/summer for week control.
Lasagna Gardening Layers - no dig gardening! Just layer and plant - this creates it's own soil even where there is none. #gardeningtips #gardengoodies #lasagnegarden #layergardens #organic #sustainable #greenliving
Lasagna Gardening Layers - No Dig Gardening! Just layer and plant - this creates it's own soil even where there is none.This illustration is a cross section view of what a completed Lasagna garden might be made of. The basic principal is to use alternating layers of “Brown” and ”Green” organic materials. Earth worms love Lasagna Gardens., “Build it and they will come” or add some to the bed. Worms will multiply, cultivate and enrich your Lasagna bed. #lasagnagarden
Lasagna garden layers, I've built many many vegetable gardens doing this!
Lasagna/layer gardening (the ideal situation) for my raised bed
Zucchini 101:Growing and Harvesting this Super Squash
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ZUCCHINI is a popular crop for the home garden... Steps to plant, care for, and picking. http://blog.hgtvgardens.com/zucchini-101-growing-and-harvesting-this-super-squash/
Today is National Zucchini Day! (8/8) This right-for-all-types veggie so tasty and easy to prepare. Simply slice, and saute with minced garlic, olive oil, and your favorite herbs. YUM!!
Zucchini. Simply slice, and saute with minced garlic, olive oil, and your favorite herbs. YUM!!
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Use your recycled 2-litre bottles with Aqua Cones to keep your plants and flowers watered. Aqua Cones work with any soil type because they were designed with punch-out holes near the top for sandy soil, near the middle for loam, and near the bottom for heavy soils.
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The best way for Self-Watering Use 2-litre bottles with Aqua Cones to keep your plants and flowers watered. Aqua Cones work with any soil type because they were designed with punch-out holes near the top for sandy soil, near the middle for loam, and near the bottom for heavy soils. The Aqua Cones collects rain and stores it so that it can provide continuing water to your thirsty plants.
Use your recycled 2-litre bottles with Aqua Cones to keep your plants and flowers watered. Aqua Cones work with any soil type because they were designed with punch-out holes near the top for sandy soil, near the middle for loam, and near the bottom for heavy soils. Add tea compost or blessed water. ... develop a little psychic agility and the possibilities are looking quite yummy😊
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aquacones and soda bottles to collect rainwater and water plants
5 Best Container Vegetables for Beginning Gardeners
Is it your first year gardening? All you have is a tiny patio? No worries! Here are my 5 favorite container vegetables for beginning gardeners, plus container gardening tips and tricks for a great harvest.
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Great inspiration for veg gardening using small spaces and containers. Veg look good because of their different colours, shapes and foliage and of course for eating! (Is it your first year gardening? All you have is a tiny patio? No worries! Here are my 5 favorite container vegetables for beginning gardeners, plus container gardening tips and tricks for a great harvest.)
Is it your first year gardening? All you have is a tiny patio? No worries! Here are my 5 favorite container vegetables for beginning gardeners, plus container gardening tips and tricks for a great harvest. More Good Ideas, No Worries, Tiny Patio, Vegetables, Harvest, Tips And Tricks, Favorite, Worry, Container Gardening Good ideas here = 5 Best Container Vegetables: BrownThumbMama.com Check more at http://blog.blackboxs.ru/category/garden/
5 Best Container Vegetables: BrownThumbMama.com. Container gardening tips: If outdoor cats are getting into your garden containers, here are some ways to keep them out. Use a large container so the roots have space to grow. It doesn’t need to be a fancy pot–an empty 5-gallon bucket with drainage holes is perfect. Don’t use regular garden soil in your containers. A good commercial potting mix will give consistent drainage, is free of weeds and pests, and has lots of nutrients.
A cold frame with a glass top can give you a 12-month growing season, even in Maine, and it's the easiest and most economical way to extend your harvest. Build the one described here, and you're on your way to fresh veggies year round.
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I want to make this! Its like your own mimi green house. - A cold frame with a glass top can give you a 12-month growing season, even in Maine, and it's the easiest and most economical way to extend your harvest. Build the one described here, and you're on your way to fresh veggies year round. Via vegetablegardener.com
With a cold frame like this, you can grow greens and other cool-season vegetables right through the winter. #coldframe #texas #gardening
Excellent article on Cold Frame Gardening -- With a cold frame like this, you can grow greens and other cool-season vegetables right through the winter.
Interesting Container Gardening Vegetables | How To Make And Use A Cold Frame Garden » Sustainable Living World
Cold frame gardening makes it possible to enjoy garden fresh veggies through the winter. Great info on this site.
Need these for next year. Cold Frame Gardening - Vegetable Gardener
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Some friends of mine are building cold frames this year with the glass from our greenhouse take-down. Am I jealous? Totally! I dreamed about cold frames and raised beds over a year ago and I'll be lucky if I get...
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Growing Potatoes in Containers....Straightforward to grow and yielding buckets full of tubers, the potato crop is easily my most eagerly anticipated moment of the kitchen gardening year.....
Growing Potatoes in Containers....Straightforward to grow and yielding buckets full of tubers.
Growing potatoes in containers http://www.vegetable-garden-guide.com/how-to-grow-potatoes.html
Growing potatoes in containers. Buy seed potatoes in late spring. Cut each potato into a few pieces each, making sure each has 2 to 3 eyes on it. Plant the pieces about 1 to 2 feet apart. It helps to plant them in raised rows or hills, but you don’t have to. Then all you have to do is water and wait. Most of the time, the rain will do the watering for you. When the plants start to wilt and fall over, usually in August, it’s time to remove the plants and dig up the potatoes.
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I've finally found my garden layout! Thanks to BHG! "An Eye-Catching Kitchen Garden Plan Enjoy a full summer of homegrown vegetables with this ornamental potager garden."
Beautiful Kitchen Garden. Vegetable Garden Plans. Grow a healthy, beautiful vegetable garden with these free plans. http://www.bhg.com/gardening/plans/vegetable/vegetable-garden-plans/
My perfect garden: An Eye-Catching Kitchen Garden Plan - Enjoy a full summer of homegrown vegetables with this ornamental potager garden.
Beautiful Kitchen Garden. This site offers several downloadable garden plans.
Free vegetable garden plans. Shown here: 30 by 30 foot kitchen garden.
Beautiful Kitchen Garden plans. Lots of good plans in this article.
Formal veggie garden plan. This is exactly how I want it to look.
Beautiful kitchen garden, and lots more garden plans!
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How to Choose Plants for Your First Vegetable Garden
How to Choose Plants for Your First Vegetable Garden - My Frugal Adventures
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5 Easy To Grow Plants for Your First Vegetable Garden - My Frugal Adventures Green beans are an easy plant to grow in your first vegetable garden. The only hard part is knowing if the plants or seeds you have are a bush variety or are climbers. If they are bush beans, then you don’t need to do anything other than plant them a half an inch under the soil and water in well. If they are climbers, you will need to add a trellis or plant them up against a wall so that they can climb up. Green beans start to produce on average 45 days after you plant them. Cucumbers or zucchini are also very easy vegetables to grow. When planting the seed, make sure it is buried at least 3x the diameter of the seed. Since these tend to be large seeds, make a hole half an inch down and cover it up. In a week the plant will be about an inch high already! If transplanting, make the hole the size of the root ball and gently tease out the roots and place it in the hole then water it in well. These plants can get quite large so plant 12 inches apart. It should start to set out fruit after 30 days and you can be eating cucumbers and zucchini in as little as 60 days. Tomatoes are another plant that are not too difficult to grow. There are so many varieties to choose from and selecting what you want to grow might be the hardest part! The key to tomatoes is to remember they will not set fruit if the daytime temperatures get over 90 degrees. If you are in the Southwest, plant tomatoes in February and after Mother’s Day in most areas of the Midwest and Northern states. Make sure that the tomatoes are not on the ground as too many insects and critters will eat them before you do! You can harvest the tomatoes when they are still green or you cut some of the vine with it and allow them to continue to ripen on the vine in your kitchen. (technically tomatoes are fruit but in cooking they are usually used as a savory ingredient so we included them as a veggie for the purposes of this post.) Both spinach and leaf lettuce are also quite easy to grow for the beginning gardener. You can mix the seed and spread the mixture over an area and cut the baby leaves after they are a couple inches tall. This successive sowing will keep new leaves growing each week and allows you to have fresh greens until the weather gets too warm!
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7 Nutrient-Rich Brews Your Vegetable Plants Will Love: Nice, concise guide to natural fertilizing
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Home-made Fertilizers to make your garden grow.....
homemade fertilizer...some are super easy!
Garden tea. Use veg water, egg water
everyday plant fertilizers
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organic gardening tips. cant wait to do our garden again this spring!!! delicious, fresh, and goodness right in our backyard :)w
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Soil recipe... I would also add compost and/or some kind of fertilizer.
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nice looking raised garden bed | have gardening related questions i pull out dad s old gardening ...
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As promised, here are the garden details... This garden may be small, but it will be more than enough for our family plus enough to share. It really doesn't take much space to grow fresh food and I'm so glad we took the time to make this happen. Gardening is so rewarding, especially when you grow your own food. This fall we plan to add brackets and pvc pipes for creating a removable cold frame. We want this garden to be active as many months out of the year as possible. I'll be sure to share those plans when the time comes. By the way, the stacked pots in the back left hand corner are filled with herbs - another great space saver. There are so many tutorials out the there for raised beds. We read a few and decided to come up with our own plan to fit our space. The 12' boards were cut in half at the hardware store just so they would fit in the car to come home with us. We pieced them together with scraps from other boards. Basically everything is secured at the corners by screwing the boards into the posts. The posts are hammered into the ground to secure the bed in place. Whenever I have gardening related questions, I pull out Dad's old gardening bible, "Crocket's Victory Garden". Have any of you heard of it? It was published in the 70's long before the internet was available. There is something nice about looking at a book rather than google searching sometimes. Dad always planted the most beautiful vegetable gardens. It makes me feel a little closer to him when I refer to his book and the simple gardening techniques are so easy to follow. I prepared the recommended soil formula of equal parts peat moss, sand, and topsoil. We also added cow manure as well as organic vegetable fertilizer. I tilled it all together to mix it well. 1 - green beans 2 - cucumbers 3 - various peppers 4 - various tomatoes 5 - broccoli 6 - cauliflower 7 - brussels sprouts 8 - buttercrisp lettuce 9 red leaf lettuce In order to get the best use of space, we planted the green beans (seed) in the back along with cucumbers (seed) which can climb if trained early. Cucumbers can be really invasive, so we need to check them each day to make sure they are moving in the right direction. Everything else is self explanatory. Now all we have to do is watch it grow...
Great garden idea