Shani Preller
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42 zero-waste habits for living green that will save you money #goinggreen #greenliving #moneysaving

I chose this pin because it is serves as a reminder to strive to live green every day to help the earth become a more eco-friendly environment. The habits listed are also affordable!

They will be ready to eat in just couple of weeks – a fast food that is good for you!

They will be ready to eat in just couple of weeks – a fast food that is good for you!

Trellis ideas for vertical gardening . . . .

These great tips of how to save gardening space by growing vertically up allows you use less ground space while growing vining plants or vegetables.

Yoga routine for your back

Whether it’s six-pack abs, gain muscle or weight loss, these workouts will help you reach your fitness goals. No gym or equipment neede

Tomato support garden structures you can build!

I LOVE this idea for tomatos, in fact I've seen several farms that sell the produce they raise, growing their toms this way. Better than the wire cages!

Growing carrots in a container.

How to Grow Carrots in Pots. Many gardeners may hesitate to grow carrots in pots, assuming that a pot will not offer the carrots adequate room to grow. While it is true that many standard length carrots are stunted when grown in.

Potato Tower  4 lbs of potatoes into 25 lbs, and no digging. This seems a better option than my "tater tires," as there would be no leeching of chemicals!

Potato Towers & Living Fence Posts - Urban Farmer of Seward How to create a living fence post or stand growing potatoes (one 4 ft. 'post' growing about 25 lbs of potatoes)

How to grow sprouted onions

This article titled "How To Grow Sprouted Onions" at Alternative Gardening talks about exactly that. I had no idea. All this time, if I didn't eat an onion in time, I would simply plant the whole thing as-is in the soil.

Make your own potato tower - no digging up potatoes!  yields about 25 lbs/tower.

Make a potato tower - no digging up potatoes! Yields about 25 lbs/tower. After planting a bed of potatoes this year, and digging & digging, I can see the value of trying something like this