Grow the biggest plants EVER, with this secret family recipe!
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4 Ingredients to Bigger Better Plants This Year!! This Stuff is STEROIDS for your plants!! Steroids For Plants — Yep That’s what I’m calling it ;) 1 Cup Ammonia 1 Cup Shampoo 8 oz Beer 1 Sleeve of Miracle-Gro Granules That’s it!! Mix liquid ingredients first in a large 5 gallon bucket then add the Miracle-Gro– mix with a long painting stick!
4 Ingredients for Bigger Better Plants - 1 cup shampoo (opens plant so it can better obsorb nutrients into its roots), 1 cup ammonia (provides nitrogen), 8 oz beer (acts as a catalyst to speed up the growth of plant), 1 sleeve Miracle-Gro (plant food). Mix together in 5 gallon bucket and then pour into sprayer that attaches to a hose and spray away. Use on any plant. Be careful before water is added, it will stain and kill grass
Atrium - 1. Purslane, 2. String of Pearls, 3. Deadnettle, 4. Dwarf Morning Glory, 5. Fan Flower, 6. Pilea, 7. Calibrachoa, 8. Licorice Vine, 9. Sweet Potato Vine, 10. Bacopa, 11. Ivy, 12. Lobelia, 13. Nasturtium, 14. Nemesia, 15. Petunia, 16. Torenia, 17. Verbena, 18. Vinca, 19. Zebrina, 20. Alternanthera, 21. Creeping Jenny, 22. Moss Rose, 23. Sedum, 24. Dichondra.
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The Garden Geeks Favorite container spillers. -In no order of preference. 1. Purslane 2. String of Pearls 3. Deadnettle 4. Dwarf Morning Glory 5. Fan Flower 6. Pilea 7. Calibrachoa 8. Licorice Vine 9. Sweet Potato Vine 10. Bacopa 11. Ivy 12. Lobelia 13. Nasturtium 14. Nemesia 15. Petunia 16. Torenia 17. Verbena 18. Vinca 19. Zebrina 20. Alternanthera 21. Creeping Jenny 22. Moss Rose 23. Sedum 24. Dichondra / Container Gardening
Favorite Spillers -- best cascading plants for containers. In no order of preference. 1. Purslane 2. String of Pearls 3. Deadnettle 4. Dwarf Morning Glory 5. Fan Flower 6. Pilea 7. Calibrachoa 8. Licorice Vine 9. Sweet Potato Vine 10. Bacopa 11. Ivy 12. Lobelia 13. Nasturtium 14. Nemesia 15. Petunia 16. Torenia 17. Verbena 18. Vinca 19. Zebrina 20. Alternanthera 21. Creeping Jenny 22. Moss Rose 23. Sedum 24. Dichondra
The Garden Geeks Favorite container spiller's. This website is full of great gardening ideas and information.
The Garden Geeks Favorite Spillers 1. Purslane. 13. Nasturtium 2. String of pearls 14. Nemesia 3. Dead nettle 15. Petunia 4. Dwarf morning glory. 16. Torenia 5. Fan flower. 17. Verbena 6. Piles. 18. Vinca 7. Calibrachoa. 19. Zebrina 8. Licorice vine. 20. Alternanthera 9. Sweet potato vine. 21. Creeping Jenny 10.Bacopa. 22. Moss Rose 11.Ivy. 23. Sedum 12.Lobelia. 24. Dichondra
Small-Space Bird and Butterfly Garden You don't need a large yard to attract birds and butterflies. This compact garden includes wildlife favorites like bee balm, sedum, and butterfly bush. Taken together, these plants provide both food and shelter for visiting creatures of all sizes and types. Garden size: 9 by 6 feet.
This garden stays looking great, no matter how hot the weather gets.
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Garden Plans for Birds & Butterflies--Small-Space Bird and Butterfly Garden You don't need a large yard to attract birds and butterflies. This compact garden includes wildlife favorites like bee balm, sedum, and butterfly bush. Taken together, these plants provide both food and shelter for visiting creatures of all sizes and types. Garden size: 9 by 6 feet.
Container gardening. Useful article.w
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Tomato, 'Patio' (Solanum lycopersicum) (DtM: 70) [Catalog #Plug] Description: This dwarf variety is one of America's most popular varieties ever for growing on patios, decks, courtyards, or wherever garden space is limited. Plants have attractive, deep green foliage and only become about 2 ft. tall, but produce large harvests of bright red, 3 to 4 oz. flavorful tomatoes. Outstanding for growing in containers -- one that measures at least 12 inches wide works best. Determinate. 70 days.
compromise for my tomatoe plant
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Container Gardening for Small Spaces: tomatoes, peppers, green beans, squash, cucumbers, and more.
Go For Gold
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Fall Container Gardening Ideas - Southern Living. Pansies and violas are the easiest way to add long-lasting color to a fall container garden. This container creates a sunny color scheme with ‘Ogon’ golden sweet flag, ‘Matrix Yellow Blotch’ pansy, and ‘Penny Clear Yellow’ viola.
Bright Gold Fall Container Gardens | Pansies and violas are the easiest way to add long-lasting color to a fall container garden. This container creates a sunny color scheme with ‘Ogon’ golden sweet flag, ‘Matrix Yellow Blotch’ pansy, and ‘Penny Clear Yellow’ viola. |
Never thought about planting a clematis in a container.
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New generation of Clematis specially designed to grow within the confines of a courtyard, patio or balcony...great for containers and hanging baskets :-)
Clematis in containers Look at this beautiful Clemetis in a pot...Never thought of putting clematis in pots...cool idea!
Sweet 'n' low: The revolutionary new range of clematis are ideal for small garden spaces. Clematis Cezanne, like this compact clematis, is free-flowering and ideal for a container.
Clematis in containers. I never thought of putting clematis in pots -cool idea for sure!!
New generation of Clematis specially designed to grow within the confines of a courtyard, patio or balcony. Sweet 'n' low: The revolutionary new range of clematis are ideal for small garden spaces
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'Beautiful urn with hen and chicks and a very nice showing of string of pearls hanging over edge' Just planted hens and chicks at the feet of tea roses
Beautiful urn with hen and chicks and a very nice showing of string of pearls hanging over edge. I love this idea for my urns! I'm going to change them up for next year. The Hens and chicks will still look beautiful after my Oriental lilies are finished.
beautiful urn with hen and chicks and a very nice showing of string of pearls hanging over edge. Something to do with old bird bath?
Beautiful succulent urn, love the string of pearls hanging over edge
Kinda wanna do a succulent Garden..... Beautiful urn with hen and chicks and a very nice showing of string of pearls hanging over edge
Succulent planter- I have a planted just like this.
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Pinner: "For gorgeous containers, use the Thriller/Spiller/Filler method." I agree. It works all the time.
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Award Winning Containers and Seasonal Flowers | Flowerscape "Annual flower beds can be planted twice a year. In May, summer flowers, including those good for cutting, are installed. When frost threatens in autumn, summer flowers are replaced by pansies that bloom during fall, winter and early spring. As spring turns to summer, pansies are removed and the cycle begins again."
Love this flower pot.
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Front door planters.
Thriller/Spiller/Filler method of flowerpot design.
Tomato plants flourish in straw bales, and no weeds or weeding! Check out the straw-bale gardening movement that has become one of this summer's hottest gardening trends. (AP Photo/Cool Springs Press, Tracy Walsh/Poser Design)
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Tomato plants flourish in straw bales, and no weeds or weeding! Check out the straw-bale gardening movement that has become one of this summer's hottest gardening trends. (AP Photo/Cool Springs Press, Tracy Walsh/Poser Design): Gardens Ideas, Spring Press, Straws Bale, Tomatoes Plants, Tomato Plants, Hay Bale, Strawbale Garden, Bale Gardens, Straw Bales
"No soil or bad soil? Tomato plants flourish in straw bales, and no weeds or weeding!"
Vertical gardening idea out of plastic bottles and wood.
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Getting Started with Vertical Gardening! Whatever you want to call them, vertical gardens, living walls or green facades they are wonderful inventions that shade buildings, produce oxygen, provide habitat and just look lovely. Wellhome produced a great infographic explaining what they are and how they work.
Go green in small spaces with vertical gardening [infographic] - GoGreenGuyz
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Vertical Gardening great layout for a small yard
Shade tolerant vegetables.
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15 Shade Tolerant Veggies
The Backyard Garden: 15 Shade tolerant vegetables
Shade tolerant vegetables for front yard
For a part shade vegetable garden.
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gardening tips for each month by region...how useful
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The Old Farmer's Almanac Gardening Tips by Regions
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Regional Gardening Tips from the Farmer's Almanac
This is What Happens When You Decide To Create Your Own Food Security - Grow Food, Not Lawns
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Raised Bed Project (backyard, not front yard)
Baby Does An Amazing Job While Playing With His Dad | SF Globe
front yard garden ideas
Great idea for any small yard especially with poor soil.
This is What Happens When You Decide To Create Your Own Food Security - Grow Food, Not Lawns. Front lawn garden idea.
How to turn smooth, flat stones into a whimsical outdoor pebble mosaic of your own design. | Photo: Kolin Smith | thisoldhouse.com
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how to make a pebble mosaic; Supplies You Will Need 1. Sand and scrap plywood to make a box in which to lay out the mosaic's design. (Or spread the sand on a plastic tarp.) 2. Mosaic stones. Choose flat pebbles or cobbles in colors you like. We used green and slate black from the Signature Stones collection at Stone Decorative 3. Paver base 4. Stone dust 5. Concrete mix, such as Quikrete. 6. Topping mix. Also known as sand mix, it's finer than concrete mix and contains no aggregate. Quikrete and other companies make it. You'll add it like grout between the joints after laying the stones. 7. Pavers, bricks, or bluestones to surround the mosaic and hold it in place. 8. Plastic tarp or sheeting Close
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DIY garden mosaic of stone. Mark Powers making a test version of his pebble mosaic in a miniature sandbox
River rock mosaic on this old house
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How to Make Stepping Stones - with a Cake Pan
How to make Mosaic Stepping Stones step by step DIY tutorial instructions | How To Instructions
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DIY Home Project – Garden Stepping Stones.
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<input class="jpibfi" type="hidden" >Do you want to add a sweet touch to your backyard with some handmade garden crafts? Here is a nice DIY project to make beautiful mosaic tile garden stepping stones. These stepping stones are so unique with a variety of bright…
Unique technique for making stepping stones. After seeing this, I want to start collecting rocks!
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Unique technique for making stepping stones found on Family Handyman.
Unique technique for making mosaic stepping stones.
Unique technique for making stepping stones from river rock
20+ Ideas for your home veggie garden - tradional kitchen garden
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20+ Ideas for your home veggie garden - tradional kitchen garden #GardenIdeas #Gardening
Vegetable Garden Ideas--beds, layouts, etc.
Greens In The Raised Bed
20+ Ideas for your home veggie garden. Loads of photos of different kitchen garden beds.
All you need to know for growing your own garlic, and all the reasons why you SHOULD grow your own garlic. Nx
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Garlic section - smaller vs larger cloves | The Micro Gardener .Grow your garlic!!
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Grow garlic Pick largest bulbs – size of the cloves you plant determine whether you get big or small heads when you harvest. Use smallest internal cloves (those less than 1 gram in weight) for cooking. Chill cloves in fridge for a few weeks (improves bulb development). can skip this step but helps grow bigger garlic. Prevent rotting in soil: soak cloves in glass jar w/equal amt baking soda to organic liquid seaweed 2 hrs. Garlic prefers soil pH 6.5 – 7.0. Never plant garlic near peas/beans
vegetable gardening - 5 Step Guide to Growing Gorgeous Garlic
All you need to know for growing your own garlic, and all the reasons why you SHOULD grow your own garlic. | See more about garlic, grow garlic and growing garlic.
How to dry Basil, Mint (peppermint, Spearmint, etc.), Tarragon or Lemon Balm herbs - From fresh garden plants!
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How to dry your own basil, mint and tarragon from fresh garden herbs
Papa: How to dry Basil, Mint (peppermint, Spearmint, etc.), Tarragon or Lemon Balm herbs - From fresh garden plants!
The Top 10 Most Common Gardening Mistakes
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The 10 Most Common Gardening Mistakes: Nursery owner Flora Grubb shares the 10 most common mistakes made while shopping at the nursery and how to avoid them.
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The Top 10 Most Common Gardening Mistakes with links to some other great articles including 16 great garden plans
12 Fastest Vegetables To Grow In Your Home Gardens Or Containers For First-time | Homestead Survivalist
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400 Seeds, Radish "Easter Egg" (Raphanus sativus) Seeds By Seed Needs by Seed Needs: Vegetables. $1.65. Easily established from seeds, directly in the garden. Harvest in about 25 to 35 days. Quality Radish seeds packaged by "Seed Needs". Prefers an area of full sunlight to light shade. Easy planting instructions printed on each Seed Needs packet along with a colorful picture of the plant.. The Easter Egg Blend Radish is a reliable oval shaped radish with a dis...
Homestead Survivalist: 12 Fastest Vegetables To Grow In Your Home Gardens Or Containers For First-time
12 Fastest Vegetables To Grow In Your Home Gardens Or Containers. Looks like a bouquet of radishes.
how & when to prune thyme
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PRUNING THYME | Thyme plants do best when they are pruned regularly. Taking the time to trim thyme, not only creates a nicer looking plant, but also helps improve the amount you can harvest from the plant. Learn more here.
Tips for herb gardening.
Grow Butterfly Bush! Here’s Why (and How!)