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Gardening Chart To Preserve True Seed Square Foot Needs, Cross Pollinating Information, When to Start From Seeds, How Much To Plant.

"Sometimes God may ask you to to do something outside your comfort zone. Your knees will shake, your voice will tremble. Do it anyway."

"Sometimes God may ask you to to do something outside your comfort zone. Your knees will shake, your voice will tremble. Do it anyway.

Saving Seed For Future Harvests    Read More:  http://www.offthegridnews.com/2011/09/30/saving-seed-for-future-harvests/#

Saving your own seeds from year to year - plant heirloom varieties!

Flower pot ideas for your garden

Gardening with kids (activities, projects and ideas

Gardening with kids. Kids Garden projects for spring and summer. Make DIY garden projects kid ideas

"Propagate Your Own Plants With Root Cuttings" This is loaded with useful information for propagating various types of plants, shrubs, etc.

How to propagate plants with root cuttings. (has nice list of plants propagated using this method).The best time to take root cuttings is when the plants are dormant which is usually between November and February.

DIY “Stone” Container: If you’ve ever yearned for a costly piece of stone statuary or a hefty stone container, here’s a simple and inexpensive alternative: hypertufa

Garden - DIY “Stone” Container: If you’ve ever yearned for a costly piece of stone statuary or a hefty stone container, here’s a simple and inexpensive alternative: hypertufa

Great tips for building a kids’ veggie garden no matter what you’re working with.

Natural Play Spaces: Children's Veggie Gardens

Modern Parents Messy Kids: Natural Play Spaces: Children's Veggie Gardens -- Love the painted raised bed!

This French gardener is inserting dormant willow whips into the ground and weaving the tops into a lattice. They will root come spring and this will become a free living fence

This French gardener is inserting dormant willow whips into the ground and weaving the tops into a lattice. They will root come spring and this will become a free living fence. — with la chacra de la abuela. Shared from: Organic Gardening

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