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Used coffee grounds...enrich your garden soil and keep unwanted critters from getting in your garden (helps keep away stray cats from using your garden as a litter box too) Also pesky sugar ants..spread around the property and in the kitchen window  sill will keep them out of your home.

FREE Coffee Grounds for Your Garden

Used coffee grounds…enrich your garden soil and keep unwanted critters from getting in your garden (helps keep away stray cats from using your garden as a litter box too) Also…

Make seedling cups out of recycled paper

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Plantable seedling pots made from newspaper. This is so easy. A wide range of ages can do this gardening craft. These seed cups would make a great gift for gardening grandparents.

Putting a sponge at the bottom of your potted plant.   RETAINS MOISTURE during hot dry weather.  And blocks soil leakage from the holes.

Use Sponges to Keep Water-Loving Plants Moist. place a sponge in the bottom of a planter before adding soil, to keep water in reserve. Place a sponge in the bottom of a planter before adding soil, to keep water in reserve.

Why Use Coffee Grounds in the Garden?  Coffee grounds provide an unlimited source of nutrients for your garden . . .   They hold moisture, They are free,   They smell good, They contain Nitrogen-Phosphate-Potassium (N-P-K) and other trace minerals, They help keep slugs away from plants, They repel ants, Earthworms LOVE them, They add acidity to the soil.

Add Coffee Grounds to the Garden (hold moisture, repel ants, help keep slugs away, worms love them, contain nitrogen-phosphate-potassium and add acidity to soil)

Flower Rocket - The effortless way to grow flowers!   For less than $4 per pot you can enjoy colorful annuals all summer long by slipping the pod in a pot of soil, then water.

Flower Rocket - The effortless way to grow flowers! Enjoy colorful annuals all summer long by slipping the pod in a pot of soil, then water - how easy is that? Website has other interesting ideas, from pods to rolls of seeds.

Glass Gem Corn - rare heirloom

Glass Gem Corn - rare heirloom

Genetics of the Beautiful “Glass Gem” corn. You’re looking at an ear of a corn variety called “Glass Gem”, grown by Greg Schoen of Seeds Trust. This is real corn! How does it grow this way? Each corn kernel is actually a sort of unique plant.

Front yard ideas. Need to do this around our black tree in the front yard

Looks like creeping phlox, but apparently is Trailing Rosemary? One pinner said: Trailing Rosemary produces beautiful blue foliage. It requires little water, and has a moderate growth rate. It has no allergens, but yet is very fragrant.

Each time you crack an egg open, instead of tossing the shell into the trash, drop it into an open container that you keep in the fridge. (I’ve always saved my shells, but my friend Susan suggested keeping them in the fridge – works beautifully.) When the container is full, crush the shells into small bits and sprinkle them around the base of your plants. The sharp eggshells will deter slugs, snails, and other bugs from nibbling on your garden and add a touch of calcium to the soil.

Each time you crack an egg open, instead of tossing the shell into the trash, drop it into an open container that you keep in the fridge. (Ive always saved my shells, but my friend Susan suggested keeping them in the fridge works beautifully.

Hydrangeas, Camillias and Roses Love Used Coffee grounds - The Gardening Cook

Coffee Grounds are great for Camellias, Hydrangeas & Roses

Use Your Old Coffee Grounds in the Garden. Camellias, hydrangeas, and roses are all nitrogen loving plants so the coffee grounds help. The grounds are also a great deterrent for slugs and snails around hostas and other plants that the pests love.

How to make your own lawn fertilizer

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Alternative Gardning: Homemade Fertilizer For Lawns. supposed to be really great for your grass - growth, green, and killing bugs that ruin your lawn! 'm going to try this on part of the backyard lawn that isn't doing that great anyway

Et oui, certains légumes poussent facilement en pot sur le balcon. Il suffit de leur trouver un bac adapté, et surtout un endroit bien ensoleillé ou à l'ombre suivant la plante. Voici les 20 légumes les plus faciles à faire pousser en pot. Découvrez l'astuce ici : http://www.comment-economiser.fr/les-20-legumes-les-plus-faciles-a-faire-pousser-en-pot.html

Les 20 Légumes Les Plus Faciles à Faire Pousser EN POT.

Et oui, certains légumes poussent facilement en pot sur le balcon. Il suffit de leur trouver un bac adapté, et surtout un endroit bien ensoleillé ou à l'ombre suivant la plante. Voici les 20 légumes les plus faciles à faire pousser en pot. Découvrez l'astuce ici : http://www.comment-economiser.fr/les-20-legumes-les-plus-faciles-a-faire-pousser-en-pot.html

Place a raw egg in soil beneath tomato plants. Per Bonnie Plants...they say it works.: #tomatosgardening

Place a raw egg in soil beneath tomato plants. Per Bonnie Plants...they say it works.: #tomatosgardening

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