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    Newspaper starters

    I need to remember this for next year when planting my patio pots! Self watering using soda bottle

    Pinner writes: Wet newspapers and put layers around the plants overlapping as you go; cover with mulch and forget about weeds. Weeds will get through some gardening plastic; they will not get through wet newspapers.~~~~~~~~~I do this and it WORKS

    keep soil in your flower pots

    Recycle your newspaper with an easily folded biodegradable pot, perfect for starting seeds. This newspaper planter can be set right into the ground, where it will not only protect the fragile root system of your seedling, but also decompose on its own over time. Use these simple folding instructions to create your own Origami Newspaper Pot.

    Moss starters for pots

    Seed starters. seed trays in a clear totes. This creates PERFECT seed starting setting. Humid, warm and light!

    10 veggies that will grow in the shade (3-6 hrs. of sunlight)

    Epsom salt is a Garden Miracle Worker ! It works as a fertilizer, pest deterrent, and seed starter! As well as greatly enhancing the quality of shrubs and lawn ! And will aid in fool proof thriving Tomatoes & Full Flowering Bulbs ! By Droping 1 cup Epsom salt and 1 cup of granulated sugar along with a few eggshells into your potting hole ! This one ingredient will ease your effort while Producing Beautiful Lush Results !

    pennies are also good in the garden for repelling slugs and making hydrangeas blue. [I've always wanted to do this!]

    Starter from a lemon

    I LOVE Meyer lemons! And they grow really well in a pot..indoors.

    compost fence

    Recycled Pots (made from newspaper) for Plants and Seedlings

    Toilet Paper Tube Seed Starters

    Off Grid Info - Food Independence - Where To Get Heirloom Seeds - Non-GMO Seeds - Organic Seeds

    Flower pot bird bath


    Pouring succulents. - good use for a broken pot.

    Reuse broken pots as garden markers.

    The newspaper will prevent any grass and weed seeds from germinating, but unlike fabric, it will decompose after about 18 months. By that time, any grass and weed seeds that were present in the soil on planting will be dead. It’s green, it’s cheaper than fabric, and when you decide to remove or redesign the bed later on, you will not have the headache you would with fabric.