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How to KEEP CRITTERS OUT of your Raised Beds ~ My Aunt has the neatest way to keep critters out of your raised beds. She made this simple lift off frame with 1×1 and chicken wire. They let her easily access her 'Square Foot Garden' but keep all the critters out of her veggies! GREAT idea!

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How to Grow and Store Potatoes, Onions, Garlic and Squash, Keeper Crops: Gardener's Supply

Storing potatoes, onions, garlic, carrots & squash

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.

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Raise Your Own Veggies

Raise Your Own Veggies - How to start your own vegetable garden right in your own back yard.

Growing Carrots? - Introducing The Laziest Way To A Bumper Crop Of Clean, Fresh, Mouth Watering, Pest Free Carrots... and the proof!

You can drag and drop veggies into your planting plan, good for square foot gardening and can be converted to traditional row gardening as well. Also has a feature for planting times and spacing.

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Awesome Website for Small Garden Inspiration

Some awesome ideas for planting and #repurposing!

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Plants like radishes do well in partial shade

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The 16 Best Healthy, Edible Plants to Grow Indoors

Veggies you can grow Indoors this winter

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Garden fence for a raised bed garden. Notice the chicken wire at the bottom portion of the fence. This will keep small critters out.

Protect your garden and vegetable plants from slugs and snails with this adhesive copper barrier tape. It causes a reaction similar to an electric shock when the pest makes contact with the copper.

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Best crops for pots

Best crops for pots! Which size, spacing of seeds and, temperature of soil!! Great for beginners and apartment gardens