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Are you looking for easy fruit to grow in your backyard? In fact, even if you don’t have a farm, you can grow fruit for your family. Why waste water and money on grass when you can grow food and save money? Eat delicious fruit, freeze it to use later, and make jam for the winter - the possibilities are endless.
Fall is approaching - do you know everything you need to about harvesting pumpkins? Read here for tips on how to harvest, cure, and store pumpkins of all kinds! #pumpkins #harvestingpumpkins #pumpkinharvest #gardening #harvesting #fall #autumn #falldecor #jrpiercefamilyfarm
Although the winter season can bring many things that farmers and livestock owners enjoy, such as a change in scenery and cooler temperatures, it also brings some challenges. One of those challenges is keeping livestock water from freezing. Fortunately, with a few tips and some preparation, you can keep your animals hydrated through the cold months. #farming #homesteading #winterhomestead #wintertips #winterfarmtips #livestock #jrpiercefamilyfarm
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Money tree root rot happens when malicious fungi attack your plant’s roots, weakening them and destroying their ability to absorb oxygen, nutrients and moisture. The fungus needs damp conditions to multiply, and the most common cause of root rot is excess soil moisture. In this article, you’ll learn how harmful fungi get a foothold in your plant’s roots and how you can recognize it as early as possible. #moneytree #moneytreeplant #plantproblems
Lenten Rose - There are few species of flowers that thrive in the winter months. Lenten Rose is the rare (and stunning) exception to the rule. The Lenten rose, also known as a the hellebore flower, is a flowering perennial plant that blooms in the winter between February and April around the time of Lent. The blooms are rose-like in appearance, and available in different shades from purple to white and even green. #lentenrose #hellebores from @home4theharvest
Snowdrops - Snowdrops are one of spring’s first blooming flower bulbs. These little beauties have been known to peak out through the snow to happily announce the changing of the seasons. Snowdrops are small flowering plants in the Galanthus genus. Growing only 4″-6″ tall, these plants have dark green grass-like leaves and dainty white flowers that hang down from the tops of the stems like teardrops. #snowdrops #flowerbulbs from @home4theharvest
If you’re curious about hydroponics but don’t want to invest in a large-scale, complex system, you’ve still got options! Mason jar hydroponics is a cost-effective, low-effort way to start growing hydroponically. In this article, you’ll learn all you need to know about this super-simple method: How it works What it requires Troubleshooting tips What you can harvest from doing hydroponics in a Mason jar Let’s jump in! #masonjarhydroponics #hydroponics #indoorgardening #masonjarplant #jarplant
Learn secrets that only experts know to attract more bees and pollinators to your flowers and garden in this Beginner's Guide to Attracting Bees. Some of the tips include 50 plants that are not only useful, but will attract more bees to your spring, summer, and fall garden. #bees #pollinators #gardening
If you want to learn how to plant, grow, care, and harvest your lettuce then the Complete Guide to Growing Lettuce is a must-read. This ultimate guide has everything you need for more lettuce this year in your garden. #gardening #garden #lettuce
Growing marigolds to control pests organically is a great way to cut out toxic pesticides. Marigolds can be grown easily as companion plants in pots and containers and in the vegetable garden to attract pollinators and natural pest predators and to kill nematodes, repel aphids and camouflage carrots. Marigolds can also be a trap crop for slugs and snails. #growingmarigolds #organicgardening #organicpestcontrol #companionplanting
Learning How to Grow Coneflowers from Bulbs is so easy and rewarding! Learn growing, caring, and flower arrangement tips and ideas or your flower garden! #coneflowers #flowers #gardening
Do you want to grow hyacinths, but didn't think it was possible where you live. Read this article to learn Easy Tips to Grow Hyacinths Anywhere. This is perfect for anyone who wants to grow hyacinths indoors, in pots, or even in raised garden beds. #hyacinths #gardening #flowergarden
How to get rid of spider mites - including instructions and pictures on how to find an infestation on plants and in your garden. Covers prevention, how to kill spider mites effectively using natural remedies. Includes homemade DIY spray recipes.#spidermites #pestcontrol #houseplants
Tips and ideas for how to control ants, fleas, mosquitos and other pests in your yard. All natural solutions to keep your family, pets and house safe from insects! Using Essential Oils, Borax, Coffee Grounds and spices, you can help keep your home bug free.
Getting your little ones out into the garden over the summer isn’t a difficult task. But with their fun and games comes the toll on your garden, as the lawn is flooded with pool water and potted plants are used as goalposts. It might be time to convince your kids that growing plants is actually a lot more fun than ripping them up! Here are ten simple tips to get your kids enjoying gardening. #ecofriendly #kids #Gardening #OutdoorActivities #Parents #KidsGardening #GardeningTips #GreenLivin