The Most Brilliant Cheat Sheet To Gardening We've Ever Seen

The Most Brilliant Cheat Sheet To Gardening We've Ever Seen

In small space garden design, you can pay attention to detail and keep on top of maintenance, while still having time to sit and enjoy your small garden. The principles of good garden design still apply, but you';ll need to tweak them slightly.

Best Plants for a Shade Garden

Best Plants for a Shade Garden

White astilbe and hosta. Best Plants for a Shade Garden - Do you have a shady spot in your yard, try growing one of these plants that thrive with little direct sunlight.

Potatoes are one of the easiest crops you can grow, but they prefer cool weather so you should try to get them into the ground early spring.

When and How to Plant Potatoes

Potatoes are one of the easiest crops you can grow, but they prefer cool weather so you should try to get them into the ground early spring.

Watch this handy guide to planting potatoes in a raised bed. From the experts at HGTV.com.

Watch this handy guide to planting potatoes in a raised bed. From the experts at HGTV.com.

Everything You Need to Know About Vegetable Gardening in One Graphic

Everything You Need to Know About Vegetable Gardening in One Graphic

Amazing online tool to create your personal vegetable growing cheatsheet, 10 Things this Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet will show you: When to plant How far apart to plant seeds What needs propagating What needs to be in a greenhouse What size pot to plant

bought the laundry baskets at a local dollar store (I have 2 baskets). I filled the baskets with about 2" of soil & compost, then put a seed potato into each basket (each potato was cut into about 3 pieces with 2-3 eyes each). I then covered the potato with soil, and have been gradually filling the baskets with soil as the potatoes grow, simulating "hilling" the potatoes in a garden. The garden center that recommended this method to me said each basket should yield 8-10 lbs of potatoes.

bought the laundry baskets at a local dollar store (I have 2 baskets). I filled the baskets with about 2" of soil & compost, then put a seed potato into each basket (each potato was cut into about 3 pieces with 2-3 eyes each). I then covered the potato with soil, and have been gradually filling the baskets with soil as the potatoes grow, simulating "hilling" the potatoes in a garden. The garden center that recommended this method to me said each basket should yield 8-10 lbs of potatoes.

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