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Glow Water craft project here....my daughter wants to do this for her Science Project this month.

Glow Water craft project here....my daughter wants to do this for her Science Project this month.

When you sow seeds, it can be hard to tell little weeds from the young sprouts. Cut cardboard tubes from toilet paper into one-third sections to encircle the seed and keep you from plucking out your young plants.

Home Gardening Tips: Easier Weeding and Watering

When you sow seeds, it can be hard to tell little weeds from the young sprouts. Cut cardboard tubes from toilet paper into one-third sections to encircle the seed and keep you from plucking out your young plants.

Self-Watering Seed Starters - plastic bottles, paper towel to keep dirt in, holes poked to allow water into dirt.

Self-Watering Seed Starters - plastic bottles, paper towel to keep dirt in, holes poked to allow water into dirt.

Edible Gardening: Growing Your Own Vegetables, Fruits, and More (Hardcover)

Edible Gardening: Growing Your Own Vegetables, Fruits, and More (Hardcover)

Presents a guide to homegrown produce gardening and provides instructions for eleven garden projects, including an edible flower garden, a winter garden, an upside-down planter, and a vertical garden.

Repot indoor and outdoor plants at the beginning of spring to give them a new lease of life.

Repot indoor and outdoor plants at the beginning of spring to give them a new lease of life.

How to Grow Mushrooms on Spent Coffee Grounds by growveg: The beauty of growing mushrooms on fresh coffee waste is that the substrate is already pasteurised by the coffee brewing process, so you can bypass the whole pasteurising step and get straight into the inoculating. Plus, spent coffee grounds are a huge waste resource, and are packed full of nutrients which your musrooms love to grow on. #Gardens #Mushrooms

How to Grow Mushrooms on Spent Coffee Grounds by growveg: The beauty of growing mushrooms on fresh coffee waste is that the substrate is already pasteurised by the coffee brewing process, so you can bypass the whole pasteurising step and get straight into the inoculating. Plus, spent coffee grounds are a huge waste resource, and are packed full of nutrients which your musrooms love to grow on. #Gardens #Mushrooms

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