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Starting an Orchard: Apples, Cherries, Peaches, Plums and Pears - Organic Gardening

"Starting an Orchard: Apples, Cherries, Peaches, Plums and Pears" by Richard Langer, in Mother Earth News.

Gardening Tips for beginners- 7 pages to read! Don't waste more time and $ on failures! Post now, read later.

Gardening Tips for Beginners - Garden - GRIT Magazine

From GRIT magazine -- Gardening Tips for Beginners (lots of great info for seasoned gardeners, too!


Top 14 Outdoor Spring Flower Decor Ideas – Home Garden DIY Project Inspiration

Potting soil can get expensive this is a how to guide for making your own soil, saving some money and going green!

How to Make Your Own Potting Soil - Organic Gardening

Great, easy buttery, flaky pie crust with the secret ingredient - a touch of vodka in the pie dough and of course always just a bit for the cook helps, too !

Seed bombs, gifts, giveaways

Make Your Own Seed Bombs

Seed bombs- wildflower seeds/wet newspaper and molded into any shape. Scatter for patches of wildflowers. Good Valentine too! Love the heart shapes; much nicer than a simple ball flower bomb; so spread love and flowers at the same time!

WHERE TO GROW Strawberries Try to avoid spaces where strawberries, raspberries, tomatoes, eggplants or peppers have recently grown. They�ll need lots of sun exposure, 6 to 10 hours direct sunlight per day, and ample space to thrive. Strawberries do well in raised beds and containers, but garden beds are fine so as long as they are well drained. Some of the best info I've seen: spacing, picking, watering, thinning, etc.:

Strawberries can be grown in garden beds, in containers and even from seed. Here are easy instructions on how to grow strawberries at home.

A couple of years ago, I planted a very small, inexpensive sage plant in the corner of one of our raised beds.  And it grew.  And grew. And grew.  And now, I have SAGE. Lots and lots (and lots!) of sage!  I keep cutting it back, and it keeps trying to take over our whole …

What to Do With Sage (Especially when you have too much!)

Tons of great ideas of what to do with sage. My favs = dry and store for tea and make sage vinegar cleaning spray.

I love flowers. Peonies are my favorite, but if you were to pull up some violets from the yard and bring me a bouquet of them, we would be best friends forever. Flowers tend to be what we think of … #site:gardenlayout.website

Companion Planting Guide

Johnny's Selected Seeds - source for heirloom and non-GMO seeds.

Johnny's is committed to helping growers and gardeners succeed with superior seeds, tools and service. Quality vegetable, herb and flower seeds including a large selection of certified organic seed.