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Save Money at the Grocery Store by Growing Your Own Food

Most people spend an average of 100 dollars or more a week on food. If you are like the rest of the people out there you are looking to reduce your expenses. One amazing way is to grow your own food.

How to Plant Tomato Plants Without Tilling Your Soil

It’s springtime and you, like many people, find yourself wanting to raise some homegrown tomatoes at home. There are two primary ways to do this. One way is to plant your plants directly into the ground. Another way is to plant your tomato plants in any of various types of containers designed for that purpose. In this article, I will be looking specifically at the option of planting your plants directly into the ground and whether or not you should have to till your ground with a machine tiller or not.

Harvesting and Eating Stinging Nettle

Urtica dioica is best known by its common name stinging nettle, a name that is well deserved. Stinging nettle is so called because of the burning pain that you can get when you brush up against it.

How to Make a Greenhouse – Tips on Planning and Building a Greenhouse

This short article gives you a few good tips and advice on how to build a greenhouse. You do not have to be a professional builder to make a backyard greenhouse; you just should know the right information and then do it.

Soil Moisture Sensors Made Simple

This soil moisture primer gives simple explanations of soil moisture concepts, such as wilting point and water holding capacity. The different types of soil moisture sensors are discussed with their pros and cons.

Woodworking Projects – Veggie Garden

The world is swinging back to backyard vegetable production. We are sick and tired of the chemicals etc. that gets poured into our food these days and we are revolting. Back in the old days everyone had a backyard veggie patch and it was considered the norm.

Preserving Fresh Cut Flowers

Always cut your flowers early in the morning when the sugar (glucose) content of blossoms is the highest. Dew still on the foliage will tell you if it is the right time.

The Orange Jessamine Has Beautiful Foliage and Intensely Fragrant Flowers You Are Sure to Admire

Orange Jessamine blooms flowers several times throughout the year, and bears small red, tangy fruits, which are sources of their propagation. Tropical climates are what this shrub adores. However, it can also thrive in dry and arid land if regularly supplemented with sufficient water.

Organic in the Garden – Grass Hay – The Older and Wetter The Better

Grass hay is an excellent organic ingredient for the backyard gardener. It has in the past been avoided due to the possibility of transferring weed seeds into the vegetable garden but quality composting methods have slowly made it a more popular ingredient.

Gardening – The Poo Poo on Non-Commercial Fertilizers

The Mittleider Method is commonly hailed as a wonderful solution for vegetable gardeners. Some even tout the results as superior to organic gardening. Its main benefit is that it doesn’t use pesticides and herbicides, and you know exactly what goes into it.

Several Reasons to Be Conscious of High Pollen Flowers

There are several reasons to be conscious of high pollen flowers that produce allergies and cause people to suffer when the whether outside turns from cooler to warmer. Warmer temperatures bring with it more moulds and allergens from the pollen in the air which is produced by flowering trees, shrubs and plants.

A Guide to Buying Bulk Tulip Bulbs

Tulips are the harbingers of spring. These colorful little blooms are easy to plant and are available in a wide variety of colors and styles.

Tomato Growing Tips For Getting Started

When planting a garden you want to keep a few things in mind so here are a few tomato growing tips. After all more and more people are moving toward putting a garden in place, in order to eat healthier, save time and money, and a myriad of other reasons.

Organic in the Garden – Pea Straw Tea – Your Questions Answered

Pea straw tea is an infusion of pea straw in water for several days. I usually infuse it for several weeks but it does begin to put off a smell after a while. It has a lot of benefits to the organic vegetable gardener and can be used on annual flowerbeds and perennials…

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