Category Archive: Gardening

Rain Barrel System To Water Your Garden

Rain Barrel System To Water Your Garden Yes i no your thinking that winter is hear so why do i want to build something like this. well this time of year is a great time to get hold of all the items needed to build this rain barrel system, as at winter/Xmas time a lot …

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10 Foods That Regrow In Water Without Dirt

10 Foods That Regrow In Water Without Dirt How much money would you save on your weekly grocery shop if you could regrow cabbage, celery, fennel, green onions, leeks and more. Regrowing some of your groceries in water is so simple, it’s totally free and makes eating organic veg even easier! You only need a glass or suitable …

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28 Brilliant Garage Organization Ideas

28 Brilliant Garage Organization Ideas Its very important to keep the home organised, neat and uncluttered, Well it is to me i guess that’s because i have a small home so every little bit of space matters to me. The first step you should take is to make proper space for storage. You can keep …

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22 Clever Gardening Cheats

22 Unbelievably Clever Gardening Cheats Sometimes with gardening, especially when growing food, it can seem like everything is against you: the critters eating/ruining your crops, the bugs doing the same, and then of course you have the ever unpredictable weather, which is often too hot, too cold, too wet or to dry! The more tips, …

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10 Perennial Foods: Plant Once and Enjoy Forever!

10 Perennial Foods: Plant Once and Enjoy Forever! Maybe you have a thriving garden but just want to add more so that you can reduce trips to the grocery store. Maybe you are curious to test your green thumb. Perhaps you just need a few trusty ingredients on hand at all times! There are so …

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8 Things Not To Do In Your Vegetable Garden

8 Things Not To Do In Your Vegetable Garden Preparing a plot for growing vegetables means creating an environment for successful planting. The process is specific and takes time, but it is necessary for a thriving garden. Whether you are just starting your first vegetable garden, or have been growing for decades you are bound to make mistake then …

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