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Perfect Peonies • Tips & Ideas!

Perfect Peonies | The Garden Glove

"These floral lights are so easy to make.Just pop out the centers of fabric flowers and insert the the mini light bulbs."

I love this idea for my greenhouse! A different "framed plant each month.This is will be fun! A Framed Lobelia

Organized Clutter: Update on the Framed Pots

How to Fertilize Soil With Eggshells: 12 steps (with pictures)

How to Fertilize Soil With Eggshells

Trench Composting. simple and fast way! ***This makes so much sense to me. Right up there with feeding all your leftovers to your chickens the way my gradma did. They were her "disposal".***

Skip the Bin: Trench Composting

Growing berries is one of the easiest ways to produce nutritious home grown food! Check out our guide to getting the best crops of delicious berries year after year!

How To Grow Your Own Endless Supply Of Berries - Off-Grid

Red Creeping Thyme. Grows 3 inches tall max - no mowing . Lemony scent. Gorgeous with lavender. Perennial. Repels mosquitoes. Can grow as entire lawn.

Straw Bale & Glass Cold Frame - To keep growing in winter weather, consider this low cost clever idea. Insulate your garden with straw or hay bales & cover with glass (in this case old sliding doors) to retain heat. Some ventilation during warmer days would be necessary. Also a pest + animal deterrent. Caution around kids though! | The Micro Gardener

How to Grow Raspberries @ Common Sense Homesteading

How to Grow Raspberries - Common Sense Homesteading

Happy portulaca in a faucet planter crafted from an old USDA bucket and a salvaged faucet.

5 Best Container Vegetables for Beginning Gardeners - Veggies #cleaneating #veggies #gardening #garden

5 Best Container Vegetables for Beginning Gardeners

Gardening Wives' Tales: Which Ones Really Work? Epsom salts? Sugar? Baking soda? Egg shells? Copper pennies? Beer? Coffee grounds?

Gardening Wives' Tales: Which Ones Really Work? - Empress of Dirt

#weiner dogs #puppies #funny

Turkish speedwell (Veronica liwanensis) Fast growing, drought tolerant ground cover that likes full sun and reaches about 2" in height. Tolerant of poor soil and is cold hardy.

Stepables, a grassy replacement for walkways and small areas - soft and cool to the touch, and the more they get stepped on, the more they thrive!

Fill pot with 2" of soil then place one uncracked raw egg in the pot. As it decomposes, it will serve as a natural fertilizer.

4 Steps to Starting a Vegetable Garden

GARLIC: Did you know it grows well in pots? This is the growth 9 days after planting. Intensively 'food farming' in containers saves time, space $$. You can also move containers around to repel pests in your garden. Free 5 STEP TUTORIAL on how to grow organic garlic @ themicrogardener.... | The Micro Gardener

How to Grow and Care for #Peonies: The quintessential perennial, Peonies can live for an astounding 40 to 50 years.

How to Grow and Care for Peonies: Organic Gardening

DIY composter

How to make your own composter for cheap

Just fill a wine bottle with water and quickly flip and insert into potted plant: instant self watering that lasts 2days to a week.

Make Your Own: Watering Bulbs

Tomatoes need calcium to achieve their full flavor potential, and calcium is often greatly lacking in our soils. 95% of a dry eggshell is calcium carbonate. When planting your tomato plants crush up (to powder) about 4 or 5 egg shells and put them in the bottom of the hole. Then plant your tomato on top. They'll provide calcium and prevent blossom end rot.

How to Fertilize Soil With Eggshells

Dried Banana Peels as a Plant Fertilizer Bananas are not only wonderful sources of potassium for people, but their peels are a great source of phosphorus, potassium and other important trace minerals for plants. ... ... To dry banana peels. Place them on paper towels in an open weave basket and allow to dry.

Alternative Gardning: Dried Banana Peels as a Plant Fertilizer

10 Fruits and Vegetables You Can Plant Once — And They Will Keep Coming Back Every Year

DIY Miracle Grow - 1 gallon of water, 1 tbl epsom salt, 1 tsp baking powder, 1/2 tsp ammonia...Mix all ingredients into the gallon of water and use once a month on your plants. Your plants will thank you :)

Six in the Suburbs: DIY Miracle Grow (Chemical Free)

planting tips

Gardening Tips | Glenda the Good Foodie