Grow your own
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You'll be amazed to discover how many foods you can re-grow from kitchen scrap! With videos and how-to instructions! Check it out now!
Cherub Harper saved to Gardening ~
How to Start a Tea Garden - have you always wanted to grow your own tea? It's easier than you think. #teagarden #herbalgarden
heiter & hurtig saved to Square Foot Gardening
55 easy grow your own tips, ideas and projects suited to all sizes of gardens - perfect for getting started with growing your own fruit and vegetables.
Susan Bettex saved to GardenTags
Find food that you can regrow form scraps in your backyard garden or container garden. Don't throw away your herb and vegetables, save money and grow your own food from scraps in your kitchen. Put even more meaning into a kitchen garden by using scraps from the kitchen to grow your own food. #kitchengarden #regrowfood
TheBackyardBloom saved to Home vegetable garden
Want to know why? Organically grown crops normally taste better because good, strong plants are developed by nourished, well balanced soil. In fact, many food experts and chefs think that organic foods seem to taste better. The food professionals provide credit to the soil maintenance exercised by organic farmers. Strong soil nutrition results in well-nourished plants, which in turn produce food with a high nutritional content and an optimal flavor.
Villas Xichu saved to Mis Pines guardados
What to Compost and what not to compost. Part of a guide on how to compost using a compost tumbler.
Sierra Mitchell saved to Back Yard Odds and Ends
Want to learn the best vegetables for beginner gardening? This list will get you growing food in your garden with ease and without overwhelm. Even if you are a beginning gardener, you can grow your own food easily at home. Try these easy vegetables for your first garden. #gardening #homesteading
Growing chocolate trees indoors? Believe it or not, it is possible, even in cold climates! Vermont's not exactly known for its tropical weather, but even with our long cold winters, you can still grow and
Gardening to be self-sufficient? Learn how much to plant per person when growing your own food to feed your family.
Jenni Krupsky saved to Gardening
Why spend your money on loofah sponges, when you could grow your own? Here’s everything you need to know about how to grow your own loofah sponges.
Donna Gibson saved to Gardening