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    How About This Self-Sufficient Garden Pool Farm?

    News Source http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/UrbanOrganicGardener/~3/6EqU4eqNqew/ When Dennis and Danielle McClung bought a foreclosed home in Mesa, Ariz., in 2009, their new yard featured a broken, empty. Instead of spending a small fortune to repair and fill it, Dennis had a far more prescient idea: He built a plastic cap over it and started growing things inside. Thus, with help from family and friends and a ton of internet res... Read More

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    How to Divide Plants – and Why You Should

    News Source https://joegardener.com/dividing-plants-how-to/ Are you interested in some free plants to add to your landscape? There are plenty of them already all around you. In fact, many common landscape perennials can – and should – be divided. Dividing plants is easy. You just need to follow a few steps and become familiar with the types of plants which can […] The post How to Divide Plants – and Why You Should appeared first on joe gardener® | Organic Gardening Like a Pro.... Read More

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    What to grow in March 2019

    News Source https://aussieorganicgardening.com/2019/03/what-to-grow-in-march-2019/ Extreme weather events across the country lately have created conditions that encourage garden pests. If cabbage butterflies or cabbage moths are attacking your brassica plants, attach the plastic clips from packaged bread to the edges of some of the leaves as a pest deterrent. They look as though pests are already laying eggs on those plants use white clips for butterflies, b... Read More

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    the may garden chores

    News Source https://awaytogarden.com/may-garden-chores2/ EACH MAY I ADVISE us all to remember, amid the frenzy, that there is nothing wrong that some good-quality mulch [read more…] The post the may garden chores appeared first on A Way To Garden.... Read More