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Used coffee grounds...enrich your garden soil and keep unwanted critters from getting in your garden (helps keep away stray cats from using your garden as a litter box too) Also pesky sugar ants..spread around the property and in the kitchen window sill will keep them out of your home.

Lemon seeds the leaves smell so good. Awesome for kitchen, bathroom, or at my desk! 1.Soak lemons seeds overnight. 2.Gently remove outer layer of seeds. 3.Put back into water as you prepare soil. 4.Plant lemon seeds in a circle pattern. 5.Place small pebbles on top of seeds. 6.Water occasionally and watch it grow.

Getting rid of ants in the garden. Ants feasting on powdered sugar mixed with borax water! This works. They take the borax back to all the ants and when they ingest it. It kills them.

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How to Grow Blueberries at Home

How to grow blueberries at home - soil preparation, soil pH, which blueberries to grow, how much water blueberries need, best mulch for blue...

How To Improve your Garden soil without a compost heap - An easy way to recycle kitchen waste directly in your soil.

This is such a clever idea! "Simple garden markers made from cheap wooden spoons - have the girls paint them however they want, then write on them with sharpies! the girls would love to do this

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...love it out in the garden!

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Coffee Grounds are great for Camellias, Hydrangeas & Roses

Hydrangeas, Camillias and Roses Love Used Coffee grounds--Don’t throw out those used coffee grounds. Put them to use in your garden. Just dig in the ground and filter next to your plants to nourish them. This works especially well nitrogen-loving plants like camellias, hydrangeas, and roses.

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How to Make Roses Bloom with Banana and Coffee Grounds

<3 Homemade Fertilizers for Roses you don't need chemicals you need stuff you have in your kitchen already banana peels coffee grounds white vinegar molasses fish tank water

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Vegetable Gardening for Beginners

Vegetable garden planning for beginners!

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How to Use Baking Soda in the Garden

10 Ways to Use Baking Soda in the Garden Kill Ants Ants can be an enormous hassle for any gardener. Get the anthill damp and then pour baking soda on it. Half an hour later, add some vinegar to the anthill and the ants will ingest the mixture and die, making your garden ant-free!

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How to get Superpowered Garden Soil

How to get Super Powered Garden Soil / Soil test This is a wonderful site for more garden info to improve your soil. Click twice to get to info. Hose water filter to help keep micro organisims in the soil. What to add and what NOT to add.