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Your Plants Will Never Be The Same Once You Start Feeeding The Soil With These Readily Available Ammendments

Soil Food for Greener Gardens: Find the Best Amendments in Your Own Backyard

Please welcome Elizabeth Murphy, author of the book, Building Soil: A Down-to-Earth Approach: Natural Solutions for Better Gardens & Yards. Today Elizabeth gives us the dirt on building healthy soil by feeding it. Here are her tips on finding the best amendments right in your own backyard (or kitchen). It’s a fundamental fact of life: we all have to eat. It’s even …

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An All Natural Remedy For Sore Throats Sage Candy Recipe On Gardentherapy.ca  E1421347963973

Sage Candy: a Natural Remedy for Sore Throats

Is a sore throat getting you down? Pesky viruses can cause throat inflammation and coughs that last far too long. The good news is that you need to look no further than your backyard herb garden for a natural remedy that works: sage candy. Sage is the classic medicinal herb used to fight sore throats and gum inflammation, and to …

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Circle Plan Garden Design

Garden Design Makeover in a Weekend

In this post, please welcome garden designer Rachel Mathews from Successful Garden Design, who is going to share with us her top tips for transforming your garden in a weekend. Garden design books often make the process of designing a garden much more complicated than it needs to be. I’m going to show you a very simple technique that you …

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Green Tea Terrarium Square

Green Tea Terrarium

This project is just one of the fabulous projects from Kat Geiger’s brand new book, Terrariums Reimagined: Mini Worlds Made in Creative Containers. This full-color craft book that shows you how to make and maintain 24 playful plant environments in unique containers. You can create an arid desert with cacti in an old light fixture. Plant colorful succulents in an unused fish tank. …

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Square Foot Planting Guide

Square Foot Planting Guide

Are you deep in to planning  your vegetable garden? Small space gardeners tend to get good yield and lot of variety with a square foot garden. Not only that, but also they tend to have less weeds and conserve water by being planted densely. Year after year you can rotate crops around the beds to ensure that there is no nutrient depletion nor diseases introduced. …

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Easter Basket Fairy Garden

Easter Basket Fairy Garden

Looking for a fun family project for Easter to get in a little Garden Therapy? You are in luck! Today we have a guest post from Beverly Turner one of the co-authors of Fairy Gardening: Creating Your Own Magical Miniature Garden. The book covers just about anything you wanted to know about fairy gardening, a type of miniature gardening in containers …

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