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    How to make a self watering planter | #DIYReady Project Using Cut Glass Bottles www.diyready.com

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    Self-watering planter made from recycled bottles...clever clever.

    we like it wild: bottle gardens | Design*Sponge

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    In the Garden: What to do in January

    In the Garden: What To Do in January

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    I love the idea of fresh lettuce and herbs all year long! And out of that cute hutch! Yes please!

    Electronics, Cars, Fashion, Collectibles, Coupons and More | eBay

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    what a great way to grow strawberries

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    Grow the biggest plants EVER, with this secret family recipe!

    Grow the biggest plants EVER, with this secret family recipe!

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    Helpful herbs in the garden

    Beyond spray and wipe-out

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    Cucumbers like it hot. Lettuce likes it cool and shady. Two in one! I'll remember this for next year!

    How to Grow Cucumbers | My Raised Bed Vegetable Garden

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    Grow these cold weather leafy greens and keep your garden alive all winter. Cabbage, Kale, Spinach, Mache and Winter Lettuce - tips on how to grow these on the blog!

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    How to garden in a tiny yard... Oh my goodness, these are cement mixing trays (Home Depot) & they are about $14 each. I have one as my duck's pool. :)

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    Cucumber Teepee- just an idea since my cucumber plant took over last year.

    Easy Guide to Growing Perfect Peas -

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    When to Prune Hydrangeas so they bloom! eclecticallyvinta...

    When to Prune Hydrangeas

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    How to Grow Cauliflower in Containers - Great for cauliflower garlic mashed potatoes, cauliflower hash browns, cauliflower pizza crust, roasted cauliflower, etc - has biotin which is great for strengthening hair and nails

    How to Grow Cauliflower in Containers

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    Soaking seeds before planting is an “old time” gardener’s trick that many new gardeners are not aware of. When you soak seeds before planting, you can significantly decrease the amount of time it takes for a seed to germinate. (This links to a tutorial on how to do it!)

    Seed Soaking: Tips For Soaking Seeds Before Planting

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    Keep garden-fresh herbs handy all fall and winter, and leave the store-bought dried herbs on the shelf.

    The Nickel Pincher: Easy Ways to Preserve Herbs

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    How To Grow Your Own Sweet Potato

    How To Grow Your Own Sweet Potato

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    How to grow asparagus in raised beds. Asparagus is a perennial vegetable plant that can be a long-lasting, permanent addition to a home garden. This vegetable requires well-draining soil to thrive; waterlogged soil can cause the roots of the asparagus plant to rot. Growing asparagus in raised beds offers them well-draining soil, as well as being a more convenient way to plant asparagus, since it does not require that you till the soil deeply with a rotary tiller.

    How to Grow Asparagus in Raised Beds | eHow

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    How to Plan a Vegetable Garden: A Step-by-step Guide...A well planned garden maximises your harvest...Plan to create a few vegetable beds each year, expanding as you become confident and find the timesaving shortcuts that work for you. Defining good paths (using materials such as woodchip and weed suppressant fabric) will pay back many times over in the time saved maintaining them.

    How to Plan a Vegetable Garden: A Step-by-step Guide

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    The Homestead Survival | Lasagna Layers No Dig Gardening Method | thehomesteadsurvi...

    Lasagna Layers No Dig Gardening Method | The Homestead Survival

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    Straw bale gardens require less soil, less water and hold heat. As the straw breaks down nutrients feed the plants. Combining a straw surround with a hugel interior, topped by lasagna layering is an excellent idea for an area with poor quality soil. naturespilgrim.com

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    How to build a potato tower and grow your own potatoes w/ no digging required - I am doing this with sweet potatoes, and the vines are going wild even with all the dry weather we've been having !

    Growing Lots Urban Farm: Potato Towers & Living Fence Posts!

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    Hollyhock is drought tolerant once established. Grows in narrow rows and 6-8' tall. Sun to partial shade.

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    #14. Stop invasive plants from taking over your garden! | 20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips And Ideas

    20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips and Ideas (with pictures!)

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    How to regrow food from scraps: Don't toss those old potatoes or celery scraps. Put them to work and grow a kitchen garden from leftover bits and pieces. #DIY #garden

    How to regrow food from scraps

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    vintage Galvanized Tubs and Watering Can water fountain, soooo cute!!!

    Beginning to Look Like Spring...

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