Six tips for effective weed control - need this!

Weeds are killers! It’s hard to keep them out of your yard, and they look so bad when they are there. If you use these 3 tips, your lawn will look and feel so much better. 1. Naturally prevent weeds with corn gluten meal. Spring is the best time to …

9 ways to get rid of garden weeds naturally—the safe and effective way

22 Insanely genius gardening tips and tricks for your yard and garden. Fun Tips, tricks and tutorials.

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.

Quit pulling weeds! (We've done this for 2 years now and I will never garden without mulch again!) Ruth Stout, no- work garden, this is one great concept for anyone wanting to garden effectively and easily!

Tips on growing strawberries

Got Weeds? Use Vinegar

WEED KILLER - 2 c salt, 1 gallon white vinegar (at least 5% acidity), 8 drops Dawn Dishsoap. It wil kill what is sprayed!

Natural Weed Control

Wild Purslane is a very common weed around the Texas Panhandle. Click to see more

Organic Squash-Bug Control: How to protect your squash from squash bugs without spraying

Growing Carrots: Finally Something That is Easy to Grow!

Excellent resource: Good list of when-to-divide-what at the end of the10 Tips on Dividing Perennial Plants - Fine Gardening Article

grounded design by Thomas Rainer: The Best Planting Tip I Ever Received

This method uses zero tillage, zero chemicals, has minimal weeds and requires a fraction of the physical attention (when compared to traditional vegetable gardening). It also produces several times more, per given area, and provides food every single day of the year.

I need to remember this for next year when planting my patio pots!

20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips And Ideas

Creeping Charlie Type: Broadleaf perennial Size: 4 inches tall, several feet wide Where it grows: Shady lawn, landscape, or garden areas Appearance: Groundcover with scalloped leaves and clusters of purple flowers in late spring. Control: Mulch garden areas in spring to prevent it; pull plants by hand or spray with a post-emergence herbicide in spring or fall.