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How To Grow High Yield Tomato Plants: 50-80 lbs per Plant

How To Grow High Yield Tomato Plants: 50-80 lbs per Plant Home grown tomatoes are simply the best. They offer much more flavor than those sold at the grocery stores and even at many markets. Growing your own tomatoes is a great way for you and family to enjoy lots of fresh (and organic!) tomatoes …

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How To Grow Pineberries: Strawberries That Taste Like Pineapple

How To Grow Pineberries: Strawberries That Taste Like Pineapple The pineberry is real, although they aren’t crosses between pineapples and strawberries (despite some misleading headlines to that effect. Pineberry is an albino strawberry cultivar with a pineapple-like flavor, white coloring, and red seeds. Pineberry is based on the original strawberry hybrids that arose in cultivation in Europe, …

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How To Grow Tomatoes And Potatoes On One Plant

How To Grow Tomatoes And Potatoes On One Plant [important]Make sure you like living green and frugally on Facebook and follow us on Pinterest to be updated every time we find a great tutorial[/important]   Tomato and potatoes are members of the same plant family, which makes them ideal candidates for being grafted together. This article will show you how to …

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How To Grow Bamboo In Your Garden

How To Grow Bamboo In Your Garden  For many people, the word bamboo conjures up images of dense thickets of rampant spreading canes. While this is true of many types of bamboo, some species are not invasive. Evergreen members of the grass family, bamboos range from petite miniatures to massive giants. There are over 100 …

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How To Grow And Make A Loofah/Luffa Sponge

How To Grow And Make A Loofah/Luffa Sponge A loofah is a fibrous plant seed pod. The luffa plant is a cucurbit, a group of plants including gourds, pumpkins, and cucumbers. It grows as a flowering annual vine. The pollinated flowers grow cylindrical green fruits that eventually develop into a seed pod filled with many intertwined cellulose …

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7 Easy to Grow Mosquito-Repelling Plants

5 Easy to Grow Mosquito-Repelling Plants When spring arrives so do those annoying mosquitoes. Instead of going the chemical route, here is a collection of mosquito repelling plants to make mosquito control more natural. The days are finally getting slightly longer, the snow is (slowly!) beginning to melt, and spring officially arrives in just a …

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