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I usually wait and buy most of my plants in May because I never know when to start my seeds indoors. This handy little chart lets you know when to start seeds indoors as well as when to plant outdoors. |Pinned from PinTo for iPad|

Sprinkle cinnamon on the soil after seeds are planted or when fungus or mold is detected on the seedling or plant to kill the fungus or mold. Cinnamon also repels snakes.

The Many Benefits of epsom salt for organic gardening | Gardening with Epsom Salt, according to this page it is good for all vegetables, flowers, trees, fruits and more.

a guide to how much you should space your vegetable seeds when planting

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How to Grow Avocado from Seed or Pit

Ideias para o jardim!

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INFOGRAPHIC: How to successfully grow an herb garden

Absolutely amazing herb growing guide! Totally going to print this off and use it at home, been looking for something like this for ages! Found it here - <a rel="noreferrer nofollow" target="_blank" href=""></a>/

Enter your zip code & this calendar will tell you what to plant and when to plant it, week-by-week.

Enter your zip code & it gives you a week by week calendar when to start planting seeds for your area. just sign up for EMAIL reminders you have a garden profile all your own WITH instructions for every veggie! VERY COOL!

How to grow watermelons: They do not like "wet feet" but need water each week. You can trellis up watermelon plants & once they set fruit, support the burgeoning melons with slings made from cheesecloth, nylon stockings, or old T-shirts. If the sling completely covers the fruit, it provides protection from insects. In addition to saving space, trellising improves air circulation and helps prevent disease. | The Micro Gardener

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Use Citrus Peels To Start Your Seedlings — My Roman Apartment

`Use a lemon, orange or a grapefruit to start your seedlings. Plant the entire thing in the ground and the peels will compost directly into the soil to nourish the plants as they grow. Gotta try this