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How And Why To Plant Fruit Trees In The Fall

Originally posted on Old World Garden Farms:
Nothing beats the taste of fresh picked cherries! For those of us that love to garden – nothing can beat the quick return of bountiful harvests from the planting of tomatoes, peppers, corn…

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22 benefits of apple cider vinegar

  Have you discovered the awesome benefits and uses for apple cider vinegar? This vinegar is used for far more than just adding to oil for salad dressings! It helps control acne, clean windows, regulate blood sugar, relieve and prevent … Continue reading

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HOMEMADE MOSQUITO TRAP

  Have you noticed the Mosquitos are already out! Here is a homemade trap to help keep you and the kiddos from being a blood donor!!! HOMEMADE MOSQUITO TRAP:Items needed:1 cup of water 1/4 cup of brown sugar1 gram of yeast1 … Continue reading

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MASON JAR SOLAR LIGHTS tutorial

Using just three materials and a wee bit of time you will quickly have stylish mason jars to light up the garden or patio on these late summer nights. visit this sight for full instructions: http://gardentherapy.ca/mason-jar-solar-lights/

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Make Your Own Essential Oil

  Essential oil is concentrated oil that is known to contain the essence, or aroma, of a plant. While essential oils have been used in perfumes, cosmetics and incense for decades, aromatherapy has revitalized people’s interest in these wonderfully fragrant, … Continue reading

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Best Seed Tape Ever ~ Planting tiny seeds is easy with this simple gardening trick.

  It’s difficult to space tiny seeds, such as carrots, in the garden. The best way to solve this problem is to make homemade seed tape. Here’s how to do it: 1. Unroll a strip of toilet paper on a table (double … Continue reading

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A Cat’s Cradle for Tomatoes

  Many years ago, I saw a farm worker trellising tomatoes in a commercial field. He quickly walked down one row and up the other side with his hand bobbing up and down like a needle on a sewing machine. In minutes, … Continue reading

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