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How to Start Your Garden From Trimmings

How to Start Your Garden From Trimmings As spring approaches you might be panicking that there is just not enough time or space to do your early-bird indoor planting. While growing everything from a seed can be a fun project and great for the kids to take a peak at (and even take care of), …

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How To Make A Mason Jar Herb Garden

How To Make A Mason Jar Herb Garden [important]Remember to like Living green and frugally on Facebook  to be updated every time we find a tutorial for ways you can become self-sufficient on a budget.[/important] Forget the usual terracotta and plastic pots for container gardening. When you grow herbs in mason jars, you can have garden …

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How to remove a stump in 2 – 3 days instead of 2 – 3 years

How to remove a stump in 2 – 3 days instead of 2 – 3 years If you have recently cut down a tree in your garden, there are several options for getting rid of that unsightly stump. You can dig it up by hand, grind it, burn it, or use a chemical stump remover. Although cutting down …

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How To Grow A Tower Garden

How To Grow A Tower Garden [important]Remember to like Living green and frugally on Facebook  to be updated every time we find a tutorial for ways you can become self-sufficient on a budget.[/important] The Tower Garden is a patented vertical aeroponic food production system designed for  urban farms ,  rooftop gardens , and  commercial growing  operations. Because …

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How To Build A Cold Frame For All Year Round Garden Use

How To Build A Cold Frame For  All Year Round Garden Use [important]Remember to like Living green and frugally on Facebook  to be updated every time we find a tutorial for ways you can become self-sufficient on a budget.[/important] You might think that the growing season has a finite beginning and end: the last frost …

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Garden Inspiration: Build an Amish Cold Frame

Garden Inspiration: Build an Amish Cold Frame You might think that the growing season has a finite beginning and end: the last frost in spring and the first frost in fall. But, in fact, many gardeners try to start planting and harvesting when frost still threatens. With a simple coldframe, you can extend your season …

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