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Transitional Window Box - Fabulous Fall Decorating Ideas

Plan ahead for plantings that will transition through the holidays with a few additions. Start with ornamental cabbage, bittersweet, pumpkins, dried hydrangeas, artichokes, and ivy, then add in gilded branches and berries to suit the season. Tip: To withstand October's lower temps, plant window boxes with cold-hardy cabbages and ivy. Add the largest items first

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Rice & Mushroom Cabbage Rolls

Plant based cabbage rolls! Free from dairy, eggs, gluten, nuts, soy, and are vegan!

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Information On Growing Cabbage Plants In The Garden

Due to its great nutritional value, cabbage can treat a variety of health problems. You can either consume or apply cabbage on your skin since the leaves of this vegetable can act as a magnet which pulls out diseases from… Continue Reading →

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Summer Container Care

#Autumn #Garden... Flower tower using flowering cabbages. Plant cabbage flowering kale in June/early July. Tips on caring for your summer container HUGE REWARDS FOR CONTAINER GARDENING, ONE IS LESS WATER USED, OTHER, LOTS OF WHAT U WANT TO GROW

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Get rid of cabbage worms naturally. Mix 50/50 baking soda and flour. Brush onto cabbage leaves. When the worms eat it they should die within a day. http://alternative-energy-gardning.blogspot.ie/2013/03/controlling-cabbage-worms.html

Get rid of cabbage worms naturally. Mix 50/50 baking soda and flour. Brush onto cabbage leaves. When the worms eat it they should die within a day. http://alternative-energy-gardning.blogspot.ie/2013/03/controlling-cabbage-worms.html

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Sprinkle Baking Soda on Cabbages (and other Brassicas) to Thwart Caterpillars If those small green cabbage worms have been making Swiss cheese of your cabbage, broccoli, and kale plants, try this trick: Make a 50/50 combination of flour and baking soda, a

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decorative, colorful cabbage plants for pots or your gardens or window boxes. just love them and they're so hardy.

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