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How to Plant Asparagus

Lots of resources for no dig gardens - how to grow vegetables by gardening without digging or tilling.

Step-by-step: How to make seed balls

How to make seed balls – great for reclaiming derelict areas with thin or poor soil, making them ideal tools for guerrilla gardening. Especially useful for tossing into empty or neglected lots. Best thrown just before a rainy spell to ensure germination

13 Vegetables that regrow from kitchen scraps - Following up on the thrill of never again buying fifty-cent green onions!

13 Vegetables That Magically Regrow Themselves

13 Vegetables that regrow from kitchen scraps- the thrill of never again buying fifty-cent green onions!

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A wire hanger, a slinky, and some peanuts Oh yeah and one hungry bluejay. Should bluejays be eating peanuts? Clever usage of a SLINKY though!

How to Grow Asparagus, Asparagus, Growing Asparagus, Planting Asparagus

How to Grow Asparagus, Asparagus, Growing Asparagus, Planting Asparagus

How to Grow Asparagus, Asparagus, Growing Asparagus, Planting Asparagus. (Ours planted in Don't harvest first yrs.

Just be sure to cover them with chicken wire, so critters don't eat them, like the squirrels did mine !

Tips for Planting Your Favorite Bulbs

15 Tips for Planting Your Favorite Bulbs Fill your garden with beautiful bulbs that bloom in spring, summer, and fall. Use these tips to ensure success. 15 Tips for Planting…

How to Grow Asparagus (with twice as much success as traditional techniques)

How to Grow Asparagus, Asparagus, Growing Asparagus, Planting Asparagus

How to catch, store, and use rainwater - Sunset.com. Rainwater from a nearby roof fills these tanks, then travels through a gravity-fed drip system to irrigate crops. (Photo: Rob D. Brodman)

How to Catch, Store, and Use Rainwater

of rain puts about 600 gallons of water atop a square foot house! That's a lot of free water. These cisterns collect rainwater from a nearby roof and when the tanks are full water is dispersed through a gravity-fed drip system that irrigates crops.

{Weed Killer}   1 Gallon white vinegar  2   cups multi purpose epsom salt  1/4 cup regular blue dawn dish   soap

Natural Weed Control That Works

natural weed control that works, gardening, green living, Ingredients for natural weed control 1 Gallon white vinegar 2 cups multi purpose epsom salt cup regular blue dawn dish soap

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