How To Grow Your Own Ginger - PositiveMed - - -   http://positivemed.com/2013/12/16/grow-ginger/

How To Grow Your Own Ginger

How To Grow Your Own Ginger - PositiveMed - - - http://positivemed.com/2013/12/16/grow-ginger/

Baking soda is a vital part of green cleaning and has so many uses in the house, but what about the garden. Here are 7 ways to use it in the garden.

7 Natural Uses For Baking Soda In The Garden

Baking soda is a vital part of green cleaning and has so many uses in the house, but what about the garden. Here are 7 ways to use it in the garden.

Cinnamon is well known for its culinary uses, yet it is hardly ever grown in ordinary home settings. Learn how to care for this surprisingly easy-to-grow tropical herb. | Mother Earth Living

How to Grow Cinnamon

Cinnamon is well known for its culinary uses, yet it is hardly ever grown in ordinary home settings. Learn how to care for this surprisingly easy-to-grow tropical herb. | Mother Earth Living

This very small balcony garden only uses 3 square yards of space and produces 21 varieties of food!

This very small balcony garden only uses 3 square yards of space and produces 21 varieties of food!

Grow a Good Life Guide to Growing Potatoes will show you what you need to know to grow your own potatoes, from sourcing quality seed potatoes, to the types of potatoes that are better for fresh eating, good for long-term storage, and how to store potatoes. You will also learn different ways you can grow your potatoes both in the ground and in above ground containers, raised beds, and towers.

Grow a Good Life Guide to Growing Potatoes will show you what you need to know to grow your own potatoes, from sourcing quality seed potatoes, to the types of potatoes that are better for fresh eating, good for long-term storage, and how to store potatoes. You will also learn different ways you can grow your potatoes both in the ground and in above ground containers, raised beds, and towers.

I wouldn't pay retail for one of these as it's pretty simple to DIY - but a ladybug "feeder" is a must for a gardener who prefers a natural way to get rid of aphids, mites, and most other insect pests to the garden. If there's not enough aphids/mites/etc., for them to prey on, keep some raisins in here or a lady bug attractant to have these voracious pest-eaters around always.

I wouldn't pay retail for one of these as it's pretty simple to DIY - but a ladybug "feeder" is a must for a gardener who prefers a natural way to get rid of aphids, mites, and most other insect pests to the garden. If there's not enough aphids/mites/etc., for them to prey on, keep some raisins in here or a lady bug attractant to have these voracious pest-eaters around always.

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