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Save your vegetable cooking water! The water has a lot of nutrients that your garden thrives on. Wait for the water to cool down first, and then use it to “fertilize” your garden or potted plants. This makes for a green and happy garden! You could also drink the stuff, but who wants to do that?!

20+ Insanely Clever Gardening Tips and Ideas (flowers & vegetables)

20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips And Ideas- vegetable cooking water! The water has a lot of nutrients that your garden thrives on. Wait for the water to cool down first, and then use it to “fertilize” your garden or potted plants

The gardener’s dilemma ~ plant a perfect paperwhite bulb in a Mason jar, tie it up with a ribbon and give it away. Or keep it for yourself? Better yet, buy a package of bulbs, round up your spare jars and set up a tray full of planted paperwhites for yourself and your friends. Let Wenderly and her eponymous blog show you how. || /wenderly/

The gardener’s dilemma ~ plant a perfect paperwhite bulb in a Mason jar, tie it…

Your toilet paper rolls can live beyond kids craft time or the recycling bin! Use them for starting a garden- fill with seedling soil and place seeds inside. The tubes are compostable (or you can just grab one of the top corners and tear it away when youre ready to transplant).

Toilet paper rolls make for great economical indoor seed starters! When it's time to put your plants in the ground - you can plant the whole thing - roll and all.

mason jar herb garden

Vertical gardens are all the rage, and this Mason Jar version from Andrea Hungerford of On Blueberry Hill springs with promise. Just picture parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme on the back porch this summer.

Convertir las botellas de cerveza en una maceta con autoriego

A no-fuss recycled windowsill herb garden. Self-watering planters like these aren’t a new idea. This version looks nice & works great for small herbs and plants. Empty beer bottles or make a larger garden with wine bottles.

7 Plants You Can Grow from Kitchen Scraps | At Home - Yahoo Shine

7 Plants You Can Grow From Kitchen Scraps Don't compost those leftovers. Use them to grow new edibles in the garden.

Macrame hanging planters scream 70s. This hanging planter, available at Made in Design, does not. Part planter, part room divider, part mutable art piece (than

Rain Gutter Planter Wall-this is cool. Don't really have any place in mind but maybe a future garden. Like possibility if creating privacy as a wall.

Homestead Handbook | Gardening Details For You To Create Raised Garden Beds and Grow Your Own Vegetables For Survival by Pioneer Settler http://pioneersettler.com/homestead-handbook-grow-all-the-food-you-need-in-your-backyard/

How To Grow All The Food You Need In Your Backyard

Who doesn’t LOVE garlic?! This is a staple in my household and I hate when I buy a whole bulb and can’t use it all right away, or end up not having any at all. Never go without using this great indoor bulb growing technique. And perhaps, you can also put it to good use throughout the house with a variety of other plants!

27 Ways To Create The Best Indoor Herb Garden

You can regrow garlic sprouts from a single garlic clove. Just place the garlic cloves in a small cup with a little water and let it grow. The garlic sprouts have gentle flavor than garlic and can be added to pasta, salads and other dishes.

how to grow a sweet potato plant

Sweet Potatoes make a beautiful plant. Grow Houseplants from Kitchen Scraps: Sweet Potato Vine by healthyhouseplants: Check out the link for plants from apples, citrus and pineapple!

Don't let your green thumb frost over.

Or if you just can't wait, you can always force some bulbs.

Start Spring Seedlings Outdoors with Winter Sowing | Garden Club

start spring seedlings outdoors with winter sowing

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