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Three sisters: Plant corn, beans and squash together. Corn takes nitrogen, beans replace and grow up the corn stalks, squash is a natural "mulch" moisture barrier. Native American method I'm trying this this year!

Growing Tomatoes 'Italian Grandfather Style'—'Sweet Cluster' Spiral 3

Growing tomatoes “Italian grandfather style”—‘Sweet Cluster’ salad tomatoes trained to one leader and spiralled up a stake. @ its-a-green-li.

.10 fruits and vegetables you can plant once

10 Perennial Fruits Vegetables (You Can Plant Once & They Will Keep Coming Back Every Year)

Growing asparagus.  Perennial vegetable = only plant once! Good companions: rhubarb, strawberry, horseradish.

Perennial Vegetables: Grow More Food With Less Work - Organic Gardening

Consider the savings of food that grows again and again each year: asparagus, fruit trees & shrubs, herbs:) Perennial Vegetables: Grow More Food With Less Work - Organic Gardening - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Potato Tower: Here's a simple way to grow a lot of potatoes without taking up a lot of ground space!

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)

Fresh-picked is far superior to store-bought.

How To Grow Asparagus

I'm putting in a new asparagus bed this spring and this is going to help a lot! How to Grow Asparagus: Organic Gardening

This guide is about growing figs. Are you considering planting a fig tree? In addition to the varieties for the traditional hotter climates, there are some that will thrive even in the Pacific Northwest.

Growing Figs

The Fig harvest season is in full swing, and this is great news because the sweet rich flavor of figs, combined with their soft pulp and crunchy seeds make for an irresistible treat that can’t…

Perenial asparagus

How to Succeed at Planting Asparagus Homesteading Garden Homesteading - The Homestead Survival .Com "Please Share This Pin"

Reuse or Recycle in the Home Garden

Reuse or Recycle in the Home Garden

In addition to recycling plastic bottles and jugs for watering slowly, try to recycle your waste water for the garden. Water collected in rain barrels, or water from the bath or laundry can be used in the garden. I'd probably use glass bottles.

Grow mustard as a cover crop and mulch.“The advantage of sowing mustard are that it disinfects and regenerates the soil, it stimulates the life of the soil and curbs nematodes, especially potato root eelworm..."

idagold mustard cover crop 2 Grow mustard as a cover crop and mulch.“The advantage of sowing mustard are that it disinfects and regenerates the soil, it stimulates the life of the soil and curbs nematodes, especially potato root eelworm.

How to Grow Celery - I grew mine from the cut off end of one I bought from the store.

Celery - healthy and used in a lot of recipes. Save some money and row your own. Raven's Herb and Garden Journey: How to Grow Celery

Here are 5 container gardening mistakes to avoid.

5 Container Gardening Mistakes to Avoid

5 Container Gardening Mistakes to Avoid: In the time that I've had a container garden, I've learned a few things about what not to do when it comes to planting a successful garden. Here are 5 container gardening mistakes to avoid.

Slow release watering - plastic bottles, with just a few holes buried next to your plants. For containers or raised beds. Good alternative to a drip hose, esp for remote locations.

WATERING_PLANTS_Slow release watering - plastic bottles, with just a few holes buried next to your plants. For containers or raised beds. Good alternative to a drip hose, esp for remote locations.

35 Pest and Disease Remedies - great post lists how to protect your gardens from animals, insects and diseases using ingredients you probably have on hand.

35 Pest and Disease Remedies ~ Turn to your pantry and medicine cabinet for simple solutions to common garden problems!

How and When to Prune Blueberry Bushes | Landscaping Ideas and Hardscape Design | HGTV

How and When to Prune Blueberry Bushes

How to Plant Blueberry Pots. ‘Top Hat’ blueberry bush grows only 20 inches tall and 24 inches wide, plus it doesn’t need a pollinator to set fruit. It’s great for growing in containers. Here's how to grow these acid-loving plants in containers.

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