Cornmeal As Weed Killer And Pest Control: How To Use Cornmeal In The Garden - Cornmeal is known as a natural substitute for chemical pre-emergent herbicides. Using cornmeal as weed killer is a great way to eradicate weeds without the threat of toxic chemicals. Learn more here.

By Bonnie L. Grant Container growing lettuce is a common practice for small space gardeners such as apartment dwellers. It can allow an early start because the pots are brought indoors during light freezes and left outdoors during early spring days. Lettuce is a cool season crop and leaves develop best in cool but not…

Unique and Creative Fairy Gardens • Lots of Tips and Ideas! Including, from 'sequin market', this fantastic fairy garden made from an old tree stump.

Spraying epsom salt on plants boosts magnesium supply to plants and increases yield. Spraying 1 table spoon of epsom salt mix with 4 litre of water twice with 10 days gap could be used for good results. Tomatoes, peppers and rose can benefit extraordinarily

This is a MUST READ for anyone growing tomatoes. There's LOTS of science behind this planting plan that makes super healthy plants. Links give even more advice/ with pictures.

Fresh peas are so delicious—and so easy to grow. Plant in the early spring or fall because peas are a cool-season crop. They take from 58 to 67 days to mature. Because of their vining nature they grow best on a trellis or trained on a fence.

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