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Thinking about a garden this year? Growing your own food is a great way to cut down on grocery costs and become more self-sustainable. But there can be a learning curve. Here are 10 Easy Steps to Grow Your Own Food to help you avoid many common mistakes. Read now to be reading for the growing season!

10 Easy Steps to Grow Your Own Food Learn how to grow your own food with easy steps for both beginner gardeners and pros. I believe everyone should experience the many benefits of growing your own food and this will get you started.

4 Easy Ways to Get Ready for Your Garden. Spring is almost here, it's time to plan your garden today! The HomesteadingHippy

4 Easy Ways to Get Ready for Your Garden

Get ready to garden in 4 easy steps! {Her post shows how to use soda bottles for container gardening.

How to start a winter vegetable garden

You can make a mini greenhouse dome for a fairly cheap price. How to start a winter vegetable garden - The Cheap Vegetable Gardener

Grow your own pineapples!  Start your own pineapples, avocados, sweet potatoes....

Grow your own pineapples! Start your own pineapples, avocados, sweet potatoes. - Grow your own pineapples! Start your own pineapples, avocados, sweet potatoes….

Did you know you can eat dandelions? And they're packed full of nutrition. Learn the ropes with these 16 dandelion recipes.

16 Dandelion Recipes

16 Ways to Eat Dandelions. Do you think dandelions are a total pest? Maybe now you'll be happy when I you see them popping up in the yard!

10 Natural Healing Herbs To Grow In Your Survival Garden.feverfew, sage, Thyme, Rosemary, Peppermint, Lavender, Lemon Balm, Parsley, Chamomile, Basil,

10 Healing Herbs to Grow in Your Survival Garden

10 Healing Herbs to Grow in Your Survival Garden (gosh, I hope it doesn't come to that)

5 Foods You Should Grow in Your Own Backyard   #edible #vegetable #gardening

5 Foods You Should Grow in Your Own Backyard

5 Foods You Should Grow in Your Own Backyard: Basil, Apples, Tomatoes, Leafy Greens, Cucumbers

Epsom salt is a Garden Miracle Worker ! It works as a fertilizer, pest deterrent, and seed starter! As well as greatly enhancing the quality of shrubs and lawn ! And will aid in fool proof  thriving Tomatoes & Full Flowering Bulbs ! By Droping 1 cup Epsom salt and 1 cup of granulated sugar along with a few eggshells into your potting hole ! This one ingredient will ease your effort while Producing Beautiful Lush Results !

20 Uses For Epsom Salt. Why It Should be in Every Home & Garden

Epsom salt as fertilizer, pest deterrent, and seed starter, enhance quality of shrubs and lawn. Also, plant Marigolds with your veggies/herbs. For tomatoes bulbs: 1 cup epsom salt and 1 cup of granulated sugar along with a few eggshells into the hole.

Don't know where to begin when starting a garden?  These raised bed plans might help.  Designed for 4 x 4 raised beds but you can change them up.  3 plans available:  Beginner's Vegetable Garden, Salad Garden and Culinary Herb Garden.

Salad Garden Plant-a- gram These plants depend on constant moisture to thrive, so keep the soil slightly moist at all times. Harvest lettuces and arugula leaves from the plant's outer edges, and the inner foliage will continue to produce.

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