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Ready to hang this year's onion crop? This video tutorial will teach you the quickest, easiest way to hang onions for storage! | Homestead Honey

How to Hang Onions for Storage

Ready to hang this year's onion crop? This video tutorial will teach you the quickest, easiest way to hang onions for storage! | Homestead Honey

Invite Nature In With 31 Incredible Indoor Plant Ideas | DIY Fun Tips

Invite Nature In With Incredible Indoor Plant Ideas

Growing grapes? Learn to prune them properly: Grapes produce the most fruit on shoots growing off of one-year-old canes. If you have too many old canes (from no pruning), then you’ll get fewer grapes. If you prune back your vines completely each year, then you get lots of new growth, but again, few grapes. Learn the best practices from the National Gardening Association.

Growing grapes? Learn to prune them properly: Grapes produce the most fruit on shoots growing off of one-year-old canes. If you have too many old canes (from no pruning), then you’ll get fewer grapes. If you prune back your vines completely each year, then you get lots of new growth, but again, few grapes. Learn the best practices from the National Gardening Association.

Growing Conditions For Plums: How To Take Care Of Plum Trees | The Homestead Survival - I <3 Plums!!

Care Of Plum Tree – Tips On How To Grow A Plum Tree

Growing Conditions For Plums: How To Take Care Of Plum Trees | The Homestead Survival - I <3 Plums!!

Figs are hardy only in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 7 through 11, so people in colder areas must protect them.

How To Help Fig Trees Survive Winter

Figs are hardy only in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 7 through 11, so people in colder areas must protect them.

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