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50 Deer Resistant Perennial Plants

50 Deer Resistant Perennial Plants The most important thing about keeping deer and other animals out of your garden is to not use poison or anything that can cause harm. If the garden has any fruit or vegetables, then it is an easy source of food for deer. This means you will need to consider …

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4 Essential Wild Edible Plants that May Just Save Your Life

4 Essential Wild Edible Plants that May Just Save Your Life Edible wild plants are much more nutritious than their domestic counterparts…if there is one. Only the strongest wild plants survive, leaving the best, and most nutritious of the line to continue the species. Wild plants have survived on their own without the help of modern agricultural …

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How To Grow 90 Pounds Of Tomatoes From 5 Plants

How To Grow 90 Pounds Of Tomatoes From 5 Plants You can’t rival the flavor of a fresh home-grown tomato straight from the vine. Their taste is far superior to the bland tomatoes offered in the supermarkets and they’re so easy to grow!  But if you are short on space in your garden what can you …

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Plants That Repel Ticks & Fleas

Plants That Repel Ticks & Fleas Getting rid of ticks and fleas can be a nightmare for a lot of us. Whether you have small children, dogs or cats or just dont wont your garden full of ticks and fleas, if you look online alot of people say to use harmful pesticides to get rid of …

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50 Toxic Plants to Keep Away from Your Animals

50 Toxic Plants to Keep Away from Your Animals  When i read this article today and I immediately knew I needed to share this with everyone. There are three types of plants, edibles plants, non-edible plants and the third and probably the most dangerous is plants you think you can eat but you can’t. How …

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How To Grow 30 Strawberry Plants In 2 Feet Of Space

How To Grow 30 Strawberry Plants In 2 Feet Of Space Strawberries can be grown in a wide range of soils, from light sand to heavy clay. However, water logging will cause the fruits to become diseased and the plant to rot. The ideal soil is well-drained and rich in humus. They prefer to be planted …

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