Category Archive: Gardening

All posts related to gardening

Aug 21

How And Why Grow An Eco Lawn

This perspective changing article of How And Why Grow An Eco Lawn will share how to create a lawn that is drought tolerant, less maintenance, requires almost no fertilizer and family/pet friendly. By looking at a new way to blend growing herbs, flowers and grasses it allows them to work together as a team for …

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Aug 20

Build A Garden Obelisk

Grab your free pdf and build this gorgeous garden obelisk for your climbers. It looks very sturdy and you can paint it any color you wish so not only will it support your plants but it will add a splash of color to your garden and yard. Flaming Petal shares the pdf. All the sizes …

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Aug 16

5 Vegetables to Plant Now For a Fall Harvest

These 5 vegetables to plant in your garden now for a fall harvest will create a delicious bounty for your dinner table before the first frost. Your area’s hardiness zone will determine how long your fall growing season will be but cold frames and greenhouses can extend it even longer. Visit us on Facebook, Pinterest, …

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Aug 16

How to Water a Tree Sapling for Guaranteed Survival

This method of how to water a tree sapling for guaranteed survival when establishing your homestead orchard is simple and frugal. A small slow stream of water trickled upon the tree sapling twice a day gives the ground time to absorb the water and not run off is the trick. Good nourished soil is also …

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Aug 15

How To Ripen Green Tomatoes With A Paper Egg Carton

This simple tip of how to ripen green tomatoes with a paper egg carton into bright color fruit…. yes tomatoes are actually a fruit. Once the green tomatoes are inside the paper egg carton, place the egg carton is a cool dark place for 5 -14 days. Be sure to check them daily. Another option …

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Aug 12

Commonplace Poisonous Plants

This insightful article about commonplace poisonous plants and how the can effect animals and humans alike. With summer days coming to a close end, we can finally cease the frantic fireproofing and enjoy the cool hydration of coming Autumn weather to help us all relax a bit. Relax?  Psych ! Though the cool breeze and …

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