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The Top 5 Watering Myths   During the hottest part of the summer, it’s especially important to make the most of every drop of water. With so much information available it can be challenging to separate fact from fiction. Learn the five common myths about watering

The Top 5 Watering Myths: Gardener's Supply

The Top 5 Watering Myths from Gardeners Supply Co. During the hottest part of the summer, it’s especially important to make the most of every drop of water. With so much information available it can be challenging to separate fact from fiction.

.10 fruits and vegetables you can plant once

10 Perennial Fruits Vegetables (You Can Plant Once & They Will Keep Coming Back Every Year)

9 pages of the best of the best varieties from the Organic Gardening Test Gardens -  Lime Basil, yum!! #herbs #vegetable #edible #garden

Easily grown like sweet basil, lime basil has a refreshing citrusy tang all its own. Use lime basil leaves to flavor marinades, salad dressings, or salsa—or brew a cup of herbal tea.

Vegetables that Don’t Like Each Other: onions/beans; cucumber/herbs; tomatoes/cauliflower or cabbage; peas/onions or garlic

Bad Neighbors - Veggies that don't play well together onions/beans & peas cucumbers/herbs & potatoes tomatoes/cauliflower & cabbage & potatoes cabbage/strawberries & beans peas/tomatoes & onions & garlic

How to make celery using nothing but celery! (From Living Crafts, the Blog)_ tried this but didn't soak it ,just cut it planted it and watered it and it is doing GREAT! (planted inside)

Did you know that you can grow another complete celery stalk from the bottom piece that you cut off and throw away?

The Diligent Gardener: A Beginner's Guide to Growing Raspberries

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To ensure you can enjoy delicious raspberries it's essential you prepare well beforehand. Choosing the best area to grow raspberries will.

Seed Starting Calendar for Vegetable Gardens

Seed Starting Calendar for Vegetable Gardens

A Seed Starting Calendar for my vegetables and herbs is one way I save money when planting a vegetable garden.

How to Make a One-Pot Indoor Herb Garden (You can grow these in winter too if you have enough winter sunlight)

How To: Make a One-Pot Indoor Herb Garden:: Fortunately its not difficult to grow these herbs indoorseven in a tiny kitchen.] One big pot, some potting soil, and a few herb plants are all you need. You should also have a sunny spot

Click the links below to go to the article on how to regrow it. Note : Green Onions/Leeks and Celery/Romaine Lettuce/Cabbage have the same process. I would like to add that you will get better luck fr

18 Foods you can regrow from kitchen scraps (My-FavThings)

18 Foods you can regrow from kitchen scraps Beets Onions Basil Lemongrass Mushroom Bok Choy Garlic Ginger Pumpkin Lentils Avocado Celery, Romaine Lettuce and Cabbage Pineapple Carrot Tops Green Onions & Leeks Potatoes/Sweet Potatoes Tomatoes Apples

Petunias don’t just add an enormous splash of color to the garden, but make the best companions near beans and tomatoes to help control aphids.

Naturalizing Beautiful Weeds And Native Volunteers: "Petunias don’t just add an enormous splash of color to the garden, but make the best companions near beans and tomatoes to help control aphids.

The best cure for slug-inviting acidic soil is lime. In your vegetable patch, hosta bed, or flower border, simply sprinkle a layer of lime there according to package directions,and water it in. The goal is to raise the soil pH to something between 7.0and 7.5.

The best cure for slug-inviting acidic soil is lime. In your vegetable patch, hosta bed, or flower border, simply sprinkle a layer of lime there according to package directions,and water it in. The goal is to raise the soil pH to something between

How to grow No-Spray Organic Apples

An ordinary paper bag applied in a timely manner?provides a physical barrier against apple pests. No spraying is needed.

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