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Did all that April rain bring May flowers… and WEEDS?? Save a trip to the store and use this trick to make your own Homemade Weed Killer!   See Also:

Homemade Weed Killer! (The Frugal Girls)

Thrifty DIY Weed Killer Simply fill a spray bottle with white vinegar, and spray generously on all parts of the weed ~ leaves and root area.

So doing this around the garden.

Gardening DIY - A Safe and All-Natural Way to Get Rid Of Garden Weeds - DIY...

Gardening DIY – A Safe and All-Natural Way to Get Rid Of Garden Weeds, You just need vinegar and a spray bottle. You can spray it around your lawn to get rid of those pesky weeds

Ten Tips That Will Guarantee You Have Food if SHTF

Ten Tips That Will Guarantee You Have Food if SHTF

old days zombies long ago, vintage cartoon canning storing food for zombie apocalypse why do you can so moch mommy? because zombies are coming , dear, maybe I should learn canning.

DIY: Getting Dirty with Square Foot Gardening | Squawkfox

DIY: Getting Dirty with Square Foot Gardening

container gardening square foot gardening gardens Big news is this shot of using your winter salad boxes for spring covers!

Repurpose old curtain rods into garden decor!

I have so many curtain rods; what a great idea. Prob better to use thicker ones, too. DIY: Garden Hose Guides - spray painted curtain rods, placed at the edge of a flower bed, help to protect your flowers from getting lopped off by the hose.

My First Garden Planter and Accessories. Cute idea for kids to have their own 'mini' garden.

Ever wonder why Grandma's plants thrived? She may have had a few tricks up her sleeve. Old wives' tales backed by research, these really work to help boost your house plants and garden!

Old Wives' Tale Gardening Tricks-Modern Roots Blog-Grit Magazine

(y) 25 Epsom salt uses! Lawn and garden — Studies show that the magnesium and sulfur that comprise Epsom salt may help your plants grow greener, produce higher yields and have more blooms!

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Starting Your First Vegetable Garden

A surprising use for your leftover coffee grounds!

Use Your Old Coffee Grounds in the Garden.

A surprising use for your leftover coffee grounds! Camellias, hydrangeas, and roses are all nitrogen loving plants so the coffee grounds help. The grounds are also a great deterrent for slugs and snails around hostas and other plants that the pests love.

Self-Seeding Crops Never Need to Replant. It's a long blog, but full of good info http://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/self-seeding-zmaz10aszraw.aspx?PageId=2#axzz3Hqvh5MyM

Self-Seeding Crops You’ll Never Need to Replant - Organic Gardening

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