Porch Pots - Paige's Party Ideas
Tips and tricks to perfectly planted pots. Design tips on what to plant in your pots for the season. Bring color to your home with these amazing porch pots.
How to Grow Asparagus Crowns
How to Grow Asparagus Crowns : Choose a sunny part of the garden with good drainage. Dig a trench and check the pH, which should be 6.5 to 7.5. Plant the crowns about 8 in. deep and 15 in. apart. Cover initially with 2 in. of dirt, and gradually fill the trench as the spears emerge. The edible stems of asparagus rise directly from the ground. Spears that are about 8 in. tall are ready to harvest. Snapping of the spear by hand is easy and protects the plant. You can use a knife, but be…
How to Get Rid of 11 Pests: Naturally or Otherwise (Stink Bugs, Spiders, Fleas, Gnats, Bed Bugs, Flies, Ticks, Ants, Wasps and Bees, Mosquitoes, Cockroaches) with a PSA for Cat Owners! #home #gardening #animals
DIY Project: How to Build a Back Yard Fire Pit (It’s Easy!)
I love what a fire pit does for any yard or garden. It brings family and friends together and makes any garden into a warm, welcomi...
The Best Shepherd's Pie Recipe - A Great Way To use Leftovers!
This Best Shepherd's Pie Recipe is an easy way to use leftovers. You'll also find easy leftover tips and a yummy Banana Cream Brownie Delight dessert!
Quick, DIY, Origami Flower Pots From Recycled Newspaper
Fold your own quick and easy origami newspaper pots for your seedlings! These can be folded in advanced and stored in the folded position to save space. Because they are biodegradable, you can plant the seedlings with their pot and don't have to disturb their fragile roots!
The secret to growing the healthiest most beautiful plants is right in your backyard! Feed your soil!
It’s a fundamental fact of life: we all have to eat. It’s even true for our gardens. Well, not our gardens exactly, but the soil that...
4 Plants for the Cold Days in Spring - Carmen Johnston Gardens
4 Plants for the Cold Days in Spring: Violas , Candytuft, Lamb's Ear, Creeping Jenny by