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Homemade Weed Killer

Aren’t you tired of spending lots of money on expensive products that you need for your gardening, in order to keep your dream garden good looking and your plants and flowers healthy? Well, you should know that in anything, there exist other second alternatives, for example, to kill the weed. Instead of buying something for this problem, you can prepare ...

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DIY: Endless onion supply

How simple it would be if every time you need the onions for cooking and just simply take one and grow another in his place. Of course you can buy onions in any supermarket, but you never have enough information about the circumstances in which they grown.

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Decorating Tips for Small Backyards

Don’t despair if you don’t have a backyard that can be converted into a tennis court; a small backyard can be a cozy and charming place for you and your family. It might be really exciting to dream about a large garden and an outdoor pool, but keep in mind that an area like that would have its downside as ...

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Tips for Cultivating an Organic Vegetable Garden

Cultivating organic vegetables is easy, but to assist you, below are some great tips you should know: To ensure you won’t have a problem caring for them all, pick those that are very well adapted to the soil, temperature, and sunlight and shade exposure in your area. Should you reside in an area where droughts are frequent, be sure you ...

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How to Maximize Your Garden

Everyone wants to get the most out of the things they have and that is no different for the garden. You would be surprised how much more you can get out of your garden by following these simple steps. These steps have helped my garden become more productive using less money and less time. As a father, time is a ...

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Essential gardening tools

These are the essential tools that you should own to get your gardening done with ease. It’s also a good beginner list of garden tools that will give you a great foundation to help create your beautiful garden. Garden Spade or Shovel: You will certainly need a spade to dig up your beds or to plant a tree or bush. ...

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Pest Control Made from Eggshell Powder

This works as an organic pesticide because it gets under the shells of beetles and acts like bits of glass to cut them up and kill them. Snails and slugs will also die if they slink across it, and it works as a deterrent. Well guess what, eggshells work the same way. Allow the eggshells to dry out before crushing ...

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Orchids in apartment

Raising orchids in home conditions require a lot of commitment and attention. This occupation is not for the lazy, because it requires special care. Orchids are epiphytic plants. In nature, orchids grow on other plants, usually on trees, so it is not like other flowers planted in the ground, but in a special substrate mixture can be purchased ready-made or ...

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Plant can grow sweet cherry tomatoes while producing white potatoes

A plant which produces both potatoes and tomatoes, described as a “veg plot in a pot”, has been launched in the UK. The TomTato can grow more than 500 sweet cherry tomatoes while producing white potatoes. Horticultural mail order company Thompson & Morgan, which is selling the plants for £14.99 each, said the hybrid plants were individually hand-crafted and not ...

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Growing Rose From Cutting

My neighbour has a row of roses, which he took as cuttings. I asked how he took them. He simply plunges the cuttings into the ground. But his secret of success is the humble potato! Before planting cuttings, he pushes the bottom end into a small potato, which he believes keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds ...

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