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It is rewarding and easy to harvest seeds from your favorite flowers, there are just a few rules to follow. Let me show you how collect seeds for next year.

How to harvest seeds from flowers

It is rewarding and easy to harvest seeds from your favorite flowers, there are just a few rules to follow. Let me show you how collect seeds for next year.

Watch as Better Homes and Gardens shows you how to divide daylilies! To dig up a daylily clump, take a garden spade with a nice sharp blade. Stick it into th...

Watch as Better Homes and Gardens shows you how to divide daylilies! To dig up a daylily clump, take a garden spade with a nice sharp blade. Stick it into th...

July 2013 | DIY Show Off ™ - DIY Decorating and Home Improvement ... @Lindsey Grande just for you girlie

DIY Show Off

July 2013 | DIY Show Off ™ - DIY Decorating and Home Improvement ... @Lindsey Grande just for you girlie

I've got Blue Fescue seeds planted - I love that it looks like something out of Dr. Suess.

6 Ornamental Grasses the Birds Love

I've got Blue Fescue seeds planted - I love that it looks like something out of Dr. Suess.

Growing The Home Garden: Gardening in the Home Landscape: 5 Days 4 Catmints (Nepeta faassinii)

Growing The Home Garden: Gardening in the Home Landscape: 5 Days 4 Catmints (Nepeta faassinii)

6 Steps to a No-Work Cottage Garden

6 Steps to a No-Work Cottage Garden

6 Steps to a No-Work Cottage Garden: Some of Trout's favorite plants include purple coneflower, wild indigo, 'Stella d'Oro' or 'Happy Returns' daylily, New England aster and Russian sage For foliage interest, try lady's mantle, lambs' ears or blue fescue

Two problems solved:  1) Modified a deer/rabbit repellent recipe that is cheap to make and has been extremely effective in keeping the critters from eating my tulips.  2) The overpriced deer repellent I used to purchase, was always clogging up the sprayer.  Directions: Take a hot needle and poke 20 holes in a milk jug cap.  Add 1-egg, 1/2 tsp of Dawn detergent, 1/4 c of veg oil, tsp of hot sauce or cayenne pepper and water to a milk jug.  The soap and oil keep keep the pepper on the plant.

Two problems solved: 1) Modified a deer/rabbit repellent recipe that is cheap to make and has been extremely effective in keeping the critters from eating my tulips. 2) The overpriced deer repellent I used to purchase, was always clogging up the sprayer. Directions: Take a hot needle and poke 20 holes in a milk jug cap. Add 1-egg, 1/2 tsp of Dawn detergent, 1/4 c of veg oil, tsp of hot sauce or cayenne pepper and water to a milk jug. The soap and oil keep keep the pepper on the plant.

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