Out of Garden Space? Burlap Sacks Can Help!

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There are a lot of different ways to grow a veggie garden in a small or limited amount of space. Where it can get tricky, however, is with larger plants such as tomatoes. In many cases, pots or other containers can fall in the realm of too much or not enough. A good universal option, and an economical one, is a simple burlap sack.Much good can be said about burlap. For one, it is biodegradable, so when it’s time of usefulness has past, it … [Read more …]

Natural Pest Control: The Ladybug

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Pests can be quite a problem, inhibiting your efforts at raising a successful garden. In this day and age as we become more aware of the negative … [Read more …]

Drying and Storing Seeds from 5 Common Garden Vegetables

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As each planting season arrives, you are faced with the choice of which veggies to grow. Once this decision is made, the next step is to acquire seeds … [Read more …]

Can’t We All Just Get Along? The Importance of Plant Placement Gardens

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We’ve all had an experience in our lives where we were exposed to someone with whom we simply did not click. Whether it was a classmate or coworker, … [Read more …]

Epsom Salt: 5 Reasons to Try it in Your Garden

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It is widely known that Epsom Salt has many benefits for the human body and improves our health in multiple ways. Whether it is flushing toxins, … [Read more …]

5 Indoor Garden Plants to Help get you Through Winter

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As the winds blow snow piles up and ice accumulates, we find ourselves looking out of the fogged up window into our grey garden and sigh. However, the … [Read more …]

Tips for the Lazy Gardener

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I'm ashamed to admit that sometimes I play the role of the lazy gardener. When I first started gardening, I pictured myself spending evenings and … [Read more …]

Protecting Your Plants Naturally

Introducing ladybugs into your garden is a great way to keep plants safe, as ladybugs will eat other insects like aphids.

As the weather begins to warm and the sun comes out, so do insects and other creatures. Though some may be helpful to your garden, there are many … [Read more …]

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