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K-Cup Recycling: Toss the Grounds in your #Garden and Turn the Cups into Seed Starters via fresh-eggs-daily.com. #nature #gardening

Egg Carton Greenhouses....this is a great way to start seeds in your house. The dirt stays moist and the cartons fit perfectly in windowsills. It's also a fun project to do with the kids!

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I Thought I Finally Knew All The 'Life Hacks' Out There. But These 23 Proved Me Wrong... YES!

Use toilet paper rolls to make starter pots - good idea for spring and Earth Day

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How To Improve Your Garden Soil Without A Compost Heap

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

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Make Seed Tapes: A Better Way to Sow Seeds

Make Seed Tapes: A Better Way to Sow Seeds - this is a great idea!

BRILLIANT idea! Start SEEDS in eggshells then POP them right into the ground at PLANTING time.

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5 Tips on How to Start a Family Vegetable Garden this Spring!

Five Tips on how to start a family/school vegetable garden this spring

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10 Free Resources For Garden DIY & Upcycling Inspiration

Seed starter, biodegradable. Cut a toilet paper tube or a paper towel tube, then make 3 or four incisions about an inch long in the bottom. Fold over each other. Plant the seed. When sprouted, simply plant. Newspaper works great too! Just roll it up around a small cup or can and tuck excess inside the cup to make bottom, then pull cup out! Presto!

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Create Newspaper Pots for Seed-Starting

Grab a few sections of newspaper out of the recycling bin, and in just a few minutes, you can turn them into perfect containers for starting seeds.

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How to Grow Seeds in Eggshells For Better Plants

Don't be so quick to toss your eggshells away! Gardening tips: Eggshells provide the soil with calcium.

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Using Seed Tapes

Cut strips of newspaper and 'glue' seeds at the correct distance apart using a mixture of flour and water. Once dry, plant directly in your garden and cover with soil and water. Great for small seeds like carrots and lettuce. Kids love it!

Bags of potting soil, poke holes in the bottom for drainage. Lay on flat surface that doesn't get too hot. Elevating them keeps the rabbits from nibbling. Cut the top out leaving about a 4" border to contain the dirt. Sprinkle seeds and keep moist. Perfect for lettuce, spinach and radishes. (or starting larger seedling)

Best seed tape ever! Yup you guessed it toilet paper! Planting tiny seeds is easy with this simple gardening trick!

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Seed Starting 101: How To Start Plants From Seeds

Seed Starting 101 - everything you need to know

Got Pallets? Hate weeding? Dont feel like turning up a bunch of grass? Use a pallet as a garden bed - staple garden cloth on the backside of the pallet fill with dirt and start growing! You can also place your pallet on the ground in a rocky location rather than a grassy area, this way you will not need the garden cloth to stop the weeds and grass comin through! Courtesy of Backyard Diva (on Facebook)

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10 Best DIY Seed Starting Pins

Just in time - 10 Best DIY Seed Starting Pins » Just Joanna