Easy Summertime Plant Propagation Techniques

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I want to make this as simple as possible for you so I am breaking plant propagation into two seasons. Winter and Summer If you can't do one, you can do the other no matter what...
Crop Rotation

Vegetable Rotation Using Crop Rotation Chart Yields More Abundant Harvests

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You may wonder whether vegetable crop rotation is even important in a normal backyard garden. However, long years of trial in organic gardens has shown vegetable rotation to have many benefits, many of which...
Basket Flowers

Hanging Basket Plants

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This guide looks at the some of the best plants to use for hanging baskets and how some of the factors that will influence your choice depending on the seasons and conditions. The first thing...
Free Gardening Products

Free Gardening Products

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I love to garden so I am always on the lookup for free plants or gardening products. Here's a few ideas to get you started. Another tip: Join a plant and seed exchange group for...
How to Conquer Gardening Pain

How to Conquer Gardening Pain

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The long, sunny days of summer are returning, and that means it's time to dust off those gardening tools. But if you experience long-lasting body pain, yard work might be easier said than done. Gardening...
Hemp

Colonial America & Hemp

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Hemp was well known to Colonial Americans, but not for the same reason the plant would make headlines more than two centuries later. Today's debate, which centers on the legalization of marijuana is not the...

How to Make a Scarecrow for Your Garden

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Scarecrows were first invented as a way to keep birds, especially crows, out of gardens and fields. While scarecrows are still used for that purpose, they are also used as decorations at Halloween or...
Companion Planting

Companion Planting Guide

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Companion planting is the placement of various crops in close physical proximity to on another so as to symbiotically compliment the progress of each other. It's important to select two plants that have similar...
Tough Plants

Black Thumb? 6 Hard To Kill Plants For Your Garden

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If you are one of the many who were not born with a Green Thumb, there are ways to get your garden off to a glowing start even though you were not voted 'gardener...
Rooting Hormone

How to Make Your Own Rooting Hormone

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When starting a new plant from a leaf or stem cutting, the cutting will be more likely to form roots and create a new plant if a rooting hormone is used. While commercial rooting...