Zan Gower

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6 Great tips for planting a container herb garden. This is a great idea for patios, decks, and balconies!

Tips For Planting A One Pot Container Herb Garden- Growing your own herbs is a great way to save money at the grocery store. I have a vegetable garden but I always have a planter of my most used cooking herbs on my deck for convenience.

6 Great tips for planting a container herb garden. This is a great idea for patios, decks, and balconies!

Tips For Planting A One Pot Container Herb Garden- Growing your own herbs is a great way to save money at the grocery store. I have a vegetable garden but I always have a planter of my most used cooking herbs on my deck for convenience.

You can grow ginger easily in containers or under any shady tree, using a pre-soaked ginger with well developed eyes.The best planting time is late winter or early spring. Plant your ginger root five to ten centimetres deep, with the growing buds facing up.

You can grow ginger easily in containers or under any shady tree, using a pre-soaked ginger with well developed eyes.The best planting time is late winter or early spring. Plant your ginger root five to ten centimetres deep, with the growing buds facing u

rose cuttings...grow in potatoes

a pinner said.Growing rose cuttings with potatoes. The other day, I read you can propagate roses by sticking rose cuttings in potatoes, and then sticking them in the ground. I decided to try it out using my rose bush, which is blooming like crazy

Did you know that you can grow roses from cuttings?  Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes, and them bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peet moss and top soil. The potatoes keep the stems moist and help develop the root systems. It's a perfectly simple way to multiply your rose garden without spending lots of $$$.

The SECRET to propagating roses is said to be the "potato"! TIP: Before planting rose cuttings, push the bottom end into a small potato, which keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but apparently it works really well.