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5 Step Guide to Growing Gorgeous Garlic: Easy illustrated tutorial on growing garlic

TIps on Drying and Preserving Herbs - Dan 330 http://livedan330.com/2014/08/18/tips-drying-preserving-herbs/

TIps on Drying and Preserving Herbs

How to grow Onions from discarded Onion Bottoms - didn't know this one, but you can bet I will try it.

Grow Onions From Discarded Onion Bottoms

How to grow Onions from discarded Onion Bottoms--do this with green onions, celery, too.

All about garlic - how to plant, grow, harvest and store.

I have a passion for these kind of depictions - a big heads up for revealing - All about garlic - how to plant, grow, harvest and store. On my autumn to do list for sure!

Start your seeds in a mini greenhouse (toilet paper tubes and salad containers). Elementary school project

DIY Mini-Greenhouse: Grow seedlings in recycled containers as Any clear plastic container will do. Use paper towel rolls or toilet paper rolls as a pot. When ready to plant, simply place the whole roll in the ground and plant.

How To Grow A Dwarf Lemon Tree Indoors

How To Grow A Dwarf Lemon Tree Indoors ~ Indoor Lemon Trees, especially the Meyer Lemon Tree, are easy to grow and very satisfying. They are perfectly sized to grow in a container inside.

Freeze banana peels and then blend up the peel with a little water to use as plant food for rose bushes!

Freeze banana peels and then blend 3 peels with - 2 cups water, to use as plant food for rose bushes. Pour around base of rose bushes and then water down into soil. Who knew that roses LOVE banana peel?

Grow an endless supply of sweet potatoes at home from 1 store bought potato. Place 1 sweet potato in the center of a container and cover with soil. Once sprouts reach about 6-inches tall remove 6 of them from the original container and plant in a 20 gallon container with drainage holes. Water regularly and after about 4 months turn the container over and dump out the rooted soil to harvest the new sweet potatoes. A 20 container should produce about 3 to 4 gallons of sweet potatoes.

Multiply sweet potatoes - place 1 sweet potatoes in a bucket of moist soil. As slips (shouts) appear, pull out place them six at a time into 20 gallon buckets. Wait 4 months, dump bucket, get 3 to 4 gallons of organic homegrown sweet potatoes per bucket.

Gardening Tips for beginners- 7 pages to read! Don't waste more time and $ on failures! Post now, read later.

Gardening Tips for Beginners

From GRIT magazine -- Gardening Tips for Beginners (lots of great info for seasoned gardeners, too!

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