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This is going to be my major crutch for planting my garden. Put in your zipcode and it tells you when to plant what and how!

from DIY & Crafts

40 Genius Space-Savvy Small Garden Ideas and Solutions

Planting Schedule for Gardening Vegetables

from A Cultivated Nest

15 Resources For The Beginner Gardener

15 Resources For The Beginner Gardener - Want to start a vegetable garden but don't know where to start? Check out this post!

"Use toilet paper rolls to start your plants. When ready to plant, stick the whole roll in the ground. Roll will decompose"

from Natural Living Ideas

11 Plants That Repel Mosquitoes

11 Plants That Repel Mosquitoes - http://plantcaretoday.com/11-plants-repel-mosquitoes.html

Tomato plants like deep watering. Why waste water when you can make a simple reservoir delivery system. Neat idea. The photo says it all.

The Garden Planting Calendar (All Things Plants) - Enter your zip code and get customized planting calendar for your area.

from Soap Deli News

How to Grow Garlic

How to plant garlic (one clove produces up to twenty more) - you can always have fresh garlic!

from Snapguide

How to Grow Hydrangeas From Cuttings

Hydrangea starts from cuttings. Put cuttings in water for an hour. Cut the top and the ends of the leaves. Pot cuttting. Put sticks taller than plant and cover with a ziploc bag making sure the bag is not touching the leaves. Place in indirect sunlight and water occasionally. Should root in about 3 weeks. Remove bag and move plant to sunlight for a week.

from eHow

How to Grow Blueberry Plants From Seed

How to Grow Blueberry Plants From Seed (using frozen blueberries)

from Practical Savings

How to Reuse Eggshells

Don't throw your eggshells away. They are great for the garden in so many ways! And they're a cheap way to make diatomaceous earth. (Bugs don't like it)

A list of Monsanto-owned vegetable varieties. Something to print out and keep handy to avoid buying them when shopping for garden seeds.

Spray your weeds with diluted vinegar...not only will it kill them, but the plants and soil love it. Read how here, and see the before and after pictures.