Follow These 10 Steps to Get 50-80 Pounds of Tomatoes from Every Plant You Grow
Revealed: the secret to growing juicy, tasty, high-yield tomatoes! How to finally get the tomato harvest of your dreams!
Weed killer- Vinegar, Salt and Dawn. I made a batch of this today and within hours the weeds were dead. It really worked. I am thrilled, because it is cheap, natural and easy - Beautiful Yards Today
For when you transplant stuff over to the new house! :) DIY: Dividing Perennials - link lists what plants to divide, how to divide & how often.
gomphrena // loves heat and tolerates drought // attracts butterflies.
Intensive Gardening: Grow More Food in Less Space (With the Least Work!) - Organic Gardening
Ned to consider paving around my raised beds. Love the neat-clean look of this garden! Intensive Gardening: Grow More Food in Less Space (With the Least Work!) - Organic Gardening - from MOTHER EARTH NEWS
SUCCULENT: Stump Succulent Planter- repurpose an old stump in to a planter for your favorite succulents.
side yard: gravel to garden.
Side yard: narrow herringbone brick path, raised planter beds pulled a little away from the house
Heucheras, (coral bells) the "new hostas" for shady spots. So colorful!
Creating a Magical Children's Garden
~ Gardening in the suburbs in some postage-stamp garden areas forced me to get creative when it came to suburban vegetable farming. Even now that we live on acreage, I still enjoy using small-s
Idea for a Reclaimed Brick Path for the home and garden, love the faux chevron pattern, I'd Expand the path and paint the bricks alternating.
REALLY like these pink/blush dahlias
container garden with summer planter - I think the light & dark leaves add interest, and I've always loved the pink/purple combo.
Companion Plant Chart, shows which plants grow well together.
New York Botanical Garden: Delphiniums, foxgloves, roses, hydrangeas, peonies & tulips
"I like gardening -- it's a place where I find myself when I need o lose myself." Which is my my yard looks like Better Homes and Gardens lol
Coffee Grounds are great for Camellias, Hydrangeas & Roses
Use Your Old Coffee Grounds in the Garden. Camellias, hydrangeas, and roses are all nitrogen loving plants so the coffee grounds help. The grounds are also a great deterrent for slugs and snails around hostas and other plants that the pests love.