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.Queen Anne's Lace.....easy to grow around the yard....invasive I've been told, but oh so pretty. I love the 'birds nests' they make as the seed heads mature....b

Dandelion. Some people may call them weeds but I consider them to be among some of the most beautiful flowers of all... :)

When To Start Seeds Indoors

Timing is very important when it comes to starting seeds indoors. If you start your seeds too early, you could end up with weak, leggy seedlings by the time it's warm enough to plant them into the garden. But if you start your seeds too late, the seedlings won't be mature enough for transplanting. Know When To Start Seeds Indoors, and create your own personal seed starting schedule | http://GetBusyGardening.com

Edible Wild Plants: 19 Wild Plants You Can Eat to Survive in the Wild

Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) - entire plant is edible- roots, leaves, and flower. Eat the leaves while they’re still young; mature leaves taste bitter. If you do decide to eat the mature leaves, boil them first to remove their bitter taste. Boil the roots before eating as well. You can drink the water you boiled the roots in as a tea and use the flower as a garnish for your dandelion salad

Dandelion Jelly Recipe. For seed giveaways, daily tips and plant info, come join us on facebook! https://www.facebook.com/thegardengeeks

Bewitching Stunning Wisteria

Mature Wisteria Tree ~ Miks' Pics "Trees ll" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/trees-ll/

8 Snow-Hardy Vegetables You (Really) Can Grow During Winter - Winter will be here soon, so it's time to start thinking about what vegetables you can grow easily in your survival garden that can make it through the harsh weather. Image by pxleyes.com

Bags of potting soil, poke holes in the bottom for drainage. Lay on flat surface that doesn't get too hot. Elevating them keeps the rabbits from nibbling. Cut the top out leaving about a 4" border to contain the dirt. Sprinkle seeds and keep moist. Perfect for lettuce, spinach and radishes. (or starting larger seedling)

Weeds are common problems for all homeowners. Because of their wild features like being aggressive and invasive, they can take over your entire lawn in a short period of time. Weed seeds can stay under the ground in your garden for years. They wait for the right time to arise, and one morning you may notice that all those dandelions, chickweeds, crabgrass appear everywhere, already mature and ready to drop seeds. Don’t be frustrated. There are some effective ways to help prevent those…