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Where Do Avocados Grow

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Potato Towers, Bins and Containers. How to Grow and Harvest Potatoes With...

Potato Towers, Bins and Containers. How to Grow and Harvest Potatoes With Minimal Space. When do you get started on your vegetable garden each spring? I used to wait until it was time to plant, but we have a short growing season where I live. That means I don’t get nearly the yield that I’m hoping for. #garde


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from Dengarden

How to Grow Avocado from Seed or Pit

Next time I try this, I'll avoid knocking the sprout off of its perch and breaking the seed...


From acorn to oak: Pick several acorns, preferably in October, when they are in an ideal condition. Place the acorns in a bowl of water, and after 3 to 6 weeks, they should have started to germinate. Do not forget to change water often to avoid mould growth. Fill the Acorn vase with water and put your sprouting acorn in it. If the acorn is to small for the vase, use head pins to help it fit. After a further 3 to 6 weeks, a delicate little oak seedling will sprout.

from Jerry James Stone

Food That Magically Regrows Itself from Kitchen Scraps

Doing avocado first

from Living Awareness Institute

Purslane: Pesky Weed or Healing Superfood

Do you recognize this plant? Do you weed it or eat it? Purslane has many healing benefits for your body. It has a cooling, anti-inflammatory affect along with soothing and healing mucilaginous constituents. It can be used topically on the skin to soothe, cool and heal bug bites, inflamed skin, stings and skin sores. Purslane Superfood Better Living through healthy choices. Herboloy and Herbal Use/Education.

from Family Food Garden

Month-to-Month Homesteading To Do Lists

Stay Sesonally Organized with Monthly Homesteading to do Lists


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how to plant a succulent garden, the infographic

how to plant a succulent garden, the infographic @thesnugonline