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30+ Things to Do with Eggshells

Blossom-end rot is a common tomato problem that is actually caused by a calcium deficiency in the plant. Experienced gardeners often place eggshells in the bottom of the hole when transplanting their tomato

How to Plant a Daylily     In 6 easy steps!     Working in the garden is a great way to relax and enjoy the outdoors. Planting daylilies or any other plant shouldn't be stressful or a confusing tas...

How to plant a Daylily in 6 easy steps!

How to Plant a Daylily In 6 easy steps! Working in the garden is a great way to relax and enjoy the outdoors. Planting daylilies or any other plant shouldn't be stressful or a confusing tas.

Have your plants identified! Upload it to the brand new social gardening app, GrowIt!, and let the people in your area tell you what it is. GrowIt! is a brand new social community for plants.   It uses your phone's GPS to show you a local feed of plants and connect you to other local gardeners. You can even rate the plants you like or don't like.  Whether you're into flowers, vegetables, herbs, trees, shrubs, aquatic plants, annuals, or perennials, we’ve got you.

Have your plants identified! Upload it to the brand new social gardening app…

Cirsium rivulare 'Atropurpureum' is the most  intensely colored of all garden thistles. Elevated on upright, branched leafy stems, the  densely packed dark crimson flowers have a symmetrical appearance that  beckons pollinating insects.

Cirsium rivulare 'Atropurpureum' is the most intensely colored of all garden thistles. Elevated on upright, branched leafy stems, the densely packed dark crimson flowers have a symmetrical appearance that beckons pollinating insects.

LoVe the TAll And Skinny Can... Also the "Hooded-Style" ViNtaGe Galvanized Watering Cans...

LoVe the TAll And Skinny Can. Also the "Hooded-Style" ViNtaGe Galvanized Watering Cans.

DIY Garden Bug Spray If you have an issue with bugs eating your plants in the garden, here is a DIY Garden Bug Spray you can try to get rid of the pests. Put 2 cups of onion skins in a container. Add 4 cups of boiling water. Cover and let soak for about 3-4 days. Then remove the onion skins and pour water into a spray bottle. Shake well and spray both sides of the plant leaves.

DIY Garden Bug Spray-Put 2 cups of onion skins in a container. Add 4 cups of boiling water. Cover and let soak for about days. Then remove the onion skins and pour water into a spray bottle. Shake well and spray both sides of the plant leaves.

If you are bad at remembering to water your plants, Grant Thompson has a great hack for you: just use diapers! In the above video, Thompson shows how you can use any pack of diapers to make “super-absorbent hydro-soil” for your plants.

Make Super-Soil for Your Plants from Diapers

This is genious! If you are bad at remembering to water your plants, Grant Thompson has a great hack for you: just use diapers! In the above video, Thompson shows how you can use any pack of diapers to make “super-absorbent hydro-soil” for your plants.

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