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Get your garden ready for fall with expert tips from HGTV Gardens editors and…

A September To-Do List for Flowers and Gardens

When picking apples, gently lift and twist fruits, and if ripe, they will part from the tree easily. Do not pull apples off, since this will break or damage the stem.

30+ Things To Do With Eggshells

How To Use Eggshells In The Garden: 7 Ways! -

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

The Decorated House: Create a "Pot Garden" to stash all those lovely clay - terracotta pots that are waiting to be filled! Gardening

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The Decorated House: Create a "Pot Garden" to stash all those lovely clay - terracotta pots that are waiting to be filled!

Let Mother Nature, and perhaps a thousand worms, do all the work inside a compost bin. Learn how to make the most of your compost bin at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Let Mother Nature, and perhaps a thousand worms, do all the work inside a compost bin. Learn how to make the most of your compost bin at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

Elegant Thanksgiving DIY Centerpieces-Part 2

These pretty and festive fall flower arrangements are a great addition to your Halloween decoration. Mix fall flowers with pumpkins and gourds as creative centerpieces and vases.

Removing veggies as they mature allows more of the plants energy to go into supporting the later fruit that forms. >> http://www.diynetwork.com/outdoors/healthy-fruit-and-veggie-gardens/pictures/index.html?soc=pinterest

Healthy Fruit and Veggie Gardens

Removing veggies as they mature allows more of the plants energy to go into supporting the later fruit that forms.

Did you know that diapers can help your plants grow in a whole number of ways, including cutting your watering schedule in half?  I love the idea that simple resources can be utilized to help meet our basic survival needs, or help optimize systems with just a shift in thinking, and repurposing our

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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