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Amazing"When my sister got married, I took the half-dead roses from her bouquet. At home, I rooted them by cutting off the heads, making a clean cut on the bottoms and dipped the ends in rooting hormone, then put them in a pot of half Perlite and half soil. I kept them moist until rooted and then planted them in the shade. This year, on her first anniversary, my sister received a gift that could never be replace: 12 rose bushes from her wedding bouquet." – Kimberly Hill Warren, Michigan

Stones painted as strawberries when put around strawberry plants in the spring will keep birds from eating your berries when they ripen because the birds will think the ripened berries are stones

Got a bouquet of roses you really loved? You can keep on enjoying them, by cutting the stem, inserting them in a potato and planting them!

from Better Homes and Gardens

Get Your Tomatoes off to a Perfect Start

Tomato Plants . Hungry cutworms attack young vegetables. Protect your tomatoes by giving them a collar of newspaper. Or cut the top and bottom off a tin can and sink that into the soil around your plants. It creates a barrier that forces the cutworms to go looking for another dinner.

from marthastewart.com

Tower of Herbs

Tower of Herbs: You don't need a lot of space to enjoy fresh herbs! #Herbs #Martha_Stewart #Tiered_Herb_Garden

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from Dr Akilah - Celestial Healing Wellness Center

No Garden? Here Are 66 Things You Can Can Grow At Home In Containers

No Garden? Here Are 66 Fruits & Vegetables You Can Can Grow At Home In Containers

Grow a rose bush from a wedding bouquet– or use any roses from the florist. David Clark, horticulturist, shows you how in this step-by-step video. Click back to the website to view the video.

"If you finely chop citrus rinds and sprinkle them on the mulch in your garden, they keep neighborhood cats, dogs and other critters away from your veggies. I guess animals don’t like the smell of the orange oil. I’ve been using this method in the front garden and it’s working." | greengardenblog.comgreengardenblog.com