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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10 Tips To Get Your Garden Ready For Spring

10 Tips To Get Your Garden Ready For Spring
See what’s missing. Are there areas where you need screening because you suddenly you notice the air conditioning unit that looks horrible? Add trellises, tuteurs, and supports if you need some. Help your hardscape. Get sand to fill the cracks on a brick path or add stone edging if you want some. Plant shrubs and... 
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How To Care For Various Perennial Grasses

How To Care For Various Perennial Grasses
Different grasses have different needs. Some should be pruned, others need to be left alone, and then there’s a third type of perennial grass that falls in between. The first thing to do is to identify your particular grass’s needs and then just go ahead! To brush, simply take hold of a bunch of grass... 
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19 Easiest Houseplants You Can Grow Without Care

19 Easiest Houseplants You Can Grow Without Care
These plants patiently survive the harsh conditions, they forgive your neglect and small mistakes. If you forget about watering or you overwater them or avoid transplanting them, they don’t mind this even for some extent of time. But remember, there is no plant that is indestructible. You have to give them at least, the minimum... 
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How To Grow Spring Blooming Bulbs

How To Grow Spring Blooming Bulbs
Spring flowering bulbs are easy to grow and a most welcome sight after a long winter. With a little care at planting time, spring blooming bulbs will reward you with years of blooms. But which bulbs are best, which will the animals leave alone and which end is up, anyway? Bulbs need several weeks in... 
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7 Best Vegetable Choices For A Shady Garden

7 Best Vegetable Choices For A Shady Garden
There are so many people who have a gardening space that is shady. They don’t want to grow just lobelias and balsams there, but something productive and edible. Generally you can’t grow plants that bear fruits in shade as they need high amount of sunlight. Your options are defined. You can only grow green leafy... 
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10 Low Maintenance And Easy Care Perennials

10 Low Maintenance And Easy Care Perennials
There is such a thing as a low maintenance, easy care perennial plant. It may vary from climate to climate and season to season, but there are many wonderful perennial plants that can be labeled low maintenance. The two basic tricks are: 1) pick plants suited to your site and 2) allow them time to... 
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How To Attach Succulents To Driftwood To Get Them To Grow

How To Attach Succulents To Driftwood To Get Them To Grow
Succulents and driftwood are a match made in heaven, just like peanut butter and bananas or brussel sprouts and balsamic vinegar. Some succulent cuttings are much longer lasting than others but they all need something to root into to keep them looking fresh for the long haul.  Succulents will hot glue directly onto the driftwood... 
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How To Grow The Most Expensive Spice, Saffron

How To Grow The Most Expensive Spice, Saffron
Saffron is the world’s most expensive spice.  It has beautiful golden-red threads and a pound of dried saffron goes for about $5,000. It makes sense to grow your own saffron. It is a pretty easy plant to grow, it has beautiful flowers, and the plant multiplies each year so you will get more and more... 
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