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Harvesting, storing, and curing winter squash | From High Mowing Organic Seeds

SFL - Growing, Storing and Curing Winter Squash - advice from an Organic Farmer

Alternative Gardning: growing peppers from seed

Pinch off the early pepper blossoms: This won?t harm the plants, you want to pinch everything until the plant reaches full size. If you don& the plant will never reach it& full potential. The plant would then be able to support the weight of the crop.

Top Garden tips

Top Gardening Tips of 2013

Gardening Tips… Basil Basics: Prune basil regularly for best flavor. About every four weeks, prune basil back to just above the bottom two sets of leaves. If allowed to flower, it will lose flavor. From Fine Gardening.

How to make your own Topsy Turvy Tomato planter, DIY Upside Down Tomato Planter With Empty Soda Bottle, space saving garden.

DIY Topsy Turvy Upside Down Tomato Planter ~ really easy to make and CHEAP! Great idea for saving space in your garden. DIY Topsy Turvy Upside Down Tomato Planter ~…

I always plant flowers with my vegetable garden. Here is a good list of flowers you might want to plant in with your veggies and why.

Homestead Revival: Adding Flowers To The Vegetable Garden Flowers That Repel Garden Pests Flowers Attract Beneficial Insects Flowers Attract Pollinators

27 Medicinal Plants To Grow In Your Garden

Always heal naturally when possible! 27 Medical Plants to Grow in Your Garden

How to Prune Lavender - never prune in fall or winter and never cut back to the ground. Prune in spring and early summer after first leaf buds emerge to cut out dead wood and then prune again just after flowers fade - deadhead and shape plants then, leave at least 3 - 5 leaf nods below each flower spike, when shaping, leave at least 5 obvious nodes above the ground where new growth can emerge

Pruning Lavender / Rosemary ~ Dont cut plants like lavender to the ground, and dont touch them in fall or winter.

Harvesting Cilantro. Ooooooh, now I get it.....never could figure out how to keep it going! - #Garden

Harvesting Cilantro Each cilantro plant grows from the center and develops stems that branch out. Its best to harvest just the outer stems. This leaves the center of the plant undisturbed, allowing for future growth.

Cotton Candy Grass ~ღ~

Pink Muhly grass - Cotton Candy Grass - Withstands heat, humidity, poor soil and even drought. Very easy to grow, it reaches a mature height of feet tall and gets feet wide. Grows in all U.S zones.

Grow strawberries up a pole!  (Say WHAT?!!!!)  I love the photo.

pinner says---Growing strawberries vertically. This idea is great for fence posts in the veggie garden. Use the posts to run the supports for climbing plants like beans peas and cucumbers

Never Pay For Onions Again: Grow Them Indoors!  This page has all sorts of interesting ideas for growing plants indoors.

Nifty Food & Plants To Grow Indoors {May Surprise You} - Never Pay For Onions Again: Grow Them Indoors! This page has all sorts of interesting ideas for growing plants indoors.

How to protect your bulbs from squirrels

Tips for Planting Your Favorite Bulbs

Tips for Planting Your Favorite Bulbs, do large groupings randomly spread about-not in rows! Squirrels LOVE digging up freshly planted bulbs! Spread mulch or weigh down a piece of mesh or chicken wire to keep them from digging them up.

Actually, I used a weak-tea solution, and it worked. Sprouts in 36 hours, baby! "Soak hard seeds overnight in strong tea. The tannic acid softens the outer covering of the seeds and makes germination faster and surer."

Seed Soaking: Tips For Soaking Seeds Before Planting

I soak hard seeds overnight in strong tea. The tannic acid softens the outer covering of the seeds and makes germination faster and surer. ~ A gardening tip from Club Member Mary Ann Marino of West Pittsburgh, PA this might be easier than the acid method

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