How To Use Coffee Grounds In Your Garden

How To Use Coffee Grounds In Your Garden
You can find many useful things for your garden in your kitchen. For example, milk, eggs or coffee. Coffee grounds can do magic in your garden, not necessarily in the ways you would expect. Coffee Grounds To Increase Plant Nutrition Coffee grounds contain 2% of nitrogen, and as these grounds decompose, the low nitrogen level... 
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How To Grow And Care For Cilantro In A Pot

How To Grow And Care For Cilantro In A Pot
Cilantro is a highly aromatic herb that is used to enhance the flavor of many South-East Asian and Mexican cuisines and as a dressing to improve the appearance of meal served. Some people consider that growing it is difficult but we don’t agree with that, you just need some smart tips. How To Grow Cilantro... 
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How To Grow and Care For Lilies In Containers

How To Grow and Care For Lilies In Containers
Container gardening is gaining more and more popularity because not everyone has a garden, and such gardening is suitable for balconies and terraces, and because it’s much easier to change a composition in a container than in the ground. Today we’ll have a look how to plant lilies in containers in case you want some.... 
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How To Use Milk Fertilizer On Plants Right

How To Use Milk Fertilizer On Plants Right
Milk can be a perfect fertilizer because it feeds plants with calcium, makes them virus and disease resistant. Milk contains beneficial proteins, vitamin B and sugars that are good for plants, improving their overall health and crop yields. You can use fresh milk, evaporated milk, or even powdered milk as well but you should always... 
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How To Select, Care And Re-Bloom Your Easter Lily

How To Select, Care And Re-Bloom Your Easter Lily
Easter Lilies, (Lilium longiflorum), with their large, white, trumpet-shaped flowers and wonderful fragrance are a traditional Easter time treat. Here are some tips for choosing lily plants that will last through the holiday season and beyond. Choose a plant with flowers and buds in various stages of development, preferably from tight bud to partially opened... 
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11 Best Composting Tips To Create A Perfect Compost

11 Best Composting Tips To Create A Perfect Compost
Composting is certainly by far the main way to naturally enrich your soil and every gardener must do it. So here are 11 best composting tips that will make composting easier. Just add water. If your compost is not broken, add water until the consistency is similar to that of a moist wrung-out sponge. Shred... 
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How And When To Feed Camellias Successfully

How And When To Feed Camellias Successfully
Camellias are popular and beautiful flowers but as all the plants, they need fertilizing. Make sure the soil is moist because you never want to fertilize a dry plant because it could stress it out. Dig a trench around the perimeter of the plant about 1/4 of the way in from the drip line. Make... 
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How To Prepare Soil For A Vegetable Garden

How To Prepare Soil For A Vegetable Garden
Proper soil preparation when growing vegetables is the key to successful and bountiful harvest but if you neglect to do this, it can greatly hinder the cultivation of demanding plants. The ideal soil for growing vegetables should be neither too light nor too compacted, it should be crumbly and have a balanced texture. Airy and... 
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15 Cool Baking Soda Uses In The Garden

15 Cool Baking Soda Uses In The Garden
Do you know you can use baking soda for plants? Here are 17 hacks on how to use baking soda in the garden that you will find useful. Houseplant cleaner. Remove dust to promote photosynthesis – apply the solution of water and sodium bicarbonate on the surface of leaves. Clean garden furniture. Add 1/2 cup... 
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How To Use Cinnamon In Your Garden

How To Use Cinnamon In Your Garden
Cinnamon can be used to help root cuttings, to prevent fungus from killing small seedlings and even for keeping pests away from your home. If you have a problem with ants in your home or greenhouse, cinnamon is a good deterrent. Ants don’t like to walk where cinnamon powder lays, so summer ant problems will... 
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