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How to Grow Feijoa | Growing Feijoa (Pineapple Guava) and Care

Learn how to grow feijoa in this article. If you live in a cold temperate or subtropical climate growing feijoa (Pineapple Guava) is really easy for you. USDA Zones— 8 to 11 Difficulty— Easy Soil pH— Slightly acidic to slightly neutral Feijoa, or pineapple guava is...

Use Milk In The Garden And Be Ready For These 8 Surprises | Milk...

Learn about the 8 amazing milk uses in the garden backed by experiments and research! 1. Using Milk as Disinfectant Here’s one way to use milk in the garden, as a disinfectant. According to Michigan State University, Extension “Milk has been shown to...

How To Create A Witch’s Garden To Import Magic Into Your Life!

If you believe in magic, support mystical theories and consider yourself a spiritual person–Learn how to create a Witch’s Garden! Preparing the Garden Bed The garden is a nice starting point to establish communion with nature and heal in the process. You...

How to Make Terrace Vegetable Garden

Make a Terrace Vegetable Garden on your rooftop, it is easy if you’ll do this with some planning. In this article you’ll learn which vegetables are suitable and how you can grow them on terrace. Fresh home grown vegetables taste delicious, are...

How to Compost Fallen Leaves

With a little assistance, fallen leaves can be transformed into wonderful free compost for the garden. All you need is a simple compost bin. TOOLS circular saw staple gun pitchfork MATERIALS 2x2 pressure-treated boards leaves chicken wire INTRODUCTION Learn About Leaf Mold Fallen leaves...

How to Plant and Grow Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes come in two forms: vining and bush varieties. Both types thrive in the hot summer sun and are relatively easy to grow. STEP 1 Start the Slips Sweet potatoes aren't started by seed like most other vegetables, they're started from...

Firewood Storage and Seasoning Tips

Brush up on your firewood storage skills, including tips on seasoning firewood and which woods burn best. Who can resist a crackling fire on a chilly fall night? Autumn is the perfect time to light a fire in a backyard...

Gardening for Beginners: Tips for First-Timers

A yard full of blooming flowers, fragrant herbs, and edible vegetables may seem out of your reach if you’ve never managed to keep so much as a cactus alive, but a thriving garden is easier than you think –...

40+ Amazing Diatomaceous Earth Uses For Health, Home And Garden

Diatomaceous earth is made up of fossils of tiny algae-like organisms called diatoms. It is a soft white powder made of 80 to 90 percent silica. Unlike many silica sources, the silica found in diatomaceous earth is highly absorbable...

10 Tools You Need to Paint Your Home’s Exterior

Got enough tools for your paint job yet? See some home construction pictures. A few years ago, my brothers and our families gathered at my parents to paint their early 1900s farmhouse -- and we did it in a day. The...

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5 Easy to Grow Herbs You Should Try Growing Indoors

Growing up I always would watch my mom go outside and do her gardening. As a child I didn’t understand her fascination with gardening....

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