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Self-Seeding Crops Never Need to Replant. It's a long blog, but full of good info http://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/self-seeding-zmaz10aszraw.aspx?PageId=2#axzz3Hqvh5MyM

Self-Seeding Crops You’ll Never Need to Replant - Organic Gardening

Pinning now to read later, interesting idea: Self-Seeding Crops You’ll Never Need to Replant

I have been looking for beautiful ways for the past year on how to “blend” my composting bin into the garden setting without it looking like an ugly eyesore.  I think the UK is much more ahead of us, with their thinking and I have discovered these gorgeous composting bins designed to look like beehives.  I …

Stackable Beehive Composter - it's a form vs. DIY project instructions are included (thanks Tilly's Nest)

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35 Unexpected Things To Add To Your Compost Pile

80 + Stuff that make your garden grow better. items listed I I never would have thought to compost. If I ever actually compost.

Cheap easy DIY composter

How To Make A Compost Tumbler for Cheap

Alternative Gardning: Good Composting Tips

How to start a compost pile in 4 steps

Collect all grass clipping and yard trash but be certain to mix with the "brown" materials like leaves and shredded paper to add carbon. Do not compost meats or pet dropping. Stick with food scraps and yard waste.

Here's an easy to make pest-proof food scrap digester/composter.

Do-It-Yourself Food Scrap Digester/Composter. Properly composted food scraps can be turned into an excellent fertilizer for gardens. Learn how to put this easy system together. I have always wanted to try composting.

i want this (4): Worm Cafe, gardening supplies, organic gardening, composting supplies -this is maribeth's

Worm Cafe

i want this Worm Cafe, gardening supplies, organic gardening, composting supplies -this is maribeth's

How To Use Coffee Grounds In The Garden Ants don’t like coffee, so make a small ring of grounds around garden areas you would like to protect from pests. If you want to keep mophead hydrangeas blue, work coffee grounds into the soil around the bush, then water thoroughly. Strengthen seedlings with extra nitrogen by stirring a tablespoon of coffee grounds into the watering can. Keep stray cats from using your vegetable garden as their own private litter box by sprinkling grounds around the…

How to Use Coffee Grounds in Vegetable Gardens

How to Use Coffee Grinds in Vegetable Gardens. I use them on my blueberries. What veggies like acidic soil? How to Use Coffee Grinds in Vegetable Gardens.

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