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Learn how to grow watermelon in pots. Growing watermelon in containers allow this big, sweet and juicy fruit to grow in smallest of spaces.

Learn how to grow watermelon in pots. Growing watermelon in containers allow this big, sweet and juicy fruit to grow in smallest of spaces. Interesting gardening ideas, I would love to grow my own watermelon this summer!

Growing Cucumbers Vertically | How to Grow Cucumbers in Small Garden

Learn how to grow cucumbers vertically to get the most productive plant. Growing cucumbers vertically also save lot of space, which is suitable for small gardens. * Read more info by clicking the link on the image.

Not everyone has a full open area to grow their produce, but there are actually a lot of garden vegetables to grow in your shaded areas. Here are just a few.:

Not everyone has a full open area to grow their produce, but there are actually a lot of garden vegetables to grow in your shaded areas.

You'd like to grow tomatoes but you're short on space ? Then this unusual growing method is for you ! It's proven to be very effective and if done properly can greatly increase the amount of tomatoes you can grow in a…

You’d like to grow tomatoes but you’re short on space ? Then this unusual growing method is for you ! It’s proven to be very effective and if done properly can greatly increase the amount of tomato…

How to stop weeds naturally in walkways and rocky borders

If your yard is anything like mine, right now it is teeming with abundant plant life – in other words, weeds. And if you are anything like me, words like herbicide or Roundup make you cringe. For years, I have used the fail-safe method of dealing with wee

Self-Watering Planters For Starting Seeds

How To Make Self-watering Seed Starter Pots. We are excited to share with you this recycling project. It is truly green and fun. You do not only recycle those plastic water bottles, but also make self-watering seed starter pots for you to start your herb

How to Grow Ginger

Dream State: Grow Your Own Ginger At Home - start it indoors early in the season, as a houseplant. Then move outdoors into your garden in the spring. Every "finger" of the old root will produce a new ginger root.