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DIY Teeth Whitening #diy #teeth This homemade tooth whitener is perfect! I now use it every 2 months and EVERYONE asks me how my teeth are sooo bright white!

Teeth whitening treatment at home. Put a tiny bit of toothpaste into a small cup, mix in one teaspoon baking soda plus one teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide, and half a teaspoon water. Thoroughly mix then brush your teeth for two minutes.

How to plant garlic (one clove produces up to twenty more) AND THEN NEVER RUN OUT OF GARLIC!!!

Soap Deli News: How to Grow Garlic Did you know that one clove or bulb of garlic, when planted, can produce up to an additional twenty cloves? So instead of tossing out your garlic that's started to sprout, plant it instead!

Growing basil

I love growing herbs! Propagating basil is really just as simple as cutting, stripping the lower leaves and keeping it in a water for a few weeks. Voila, a ready to plant basil and the mother plant will usually benefit from the trim.

How To Grow Tomatoes The Easy Way

I’ve seen so many posts on how to grow tomatoes, talking about harvesting seeds and how to save tomato seeds, and never realized there was an even simpler way! Reading this was completely one…

how to grow sweet potatoes

Sweet potatoes are grown from plants, not seeds or bulbs. You can purchase sweet potato plants at a garden center or online. You can also grow your own plants. How To Grow Sweet Potato Plants Get a…

grow ginger

Dream State: Grow Your Own Ginger At Home - start it indoors early in the season, as a houseplant. Then move outdoors into your garden in the spring. Every "finger" of the old root will produce a new ginger root.

Grow your own garlic indoors

You can regrow garlic sprouts from a single garlic clove. Just place the garlic cloves in a small cup with a little water and let it grow. The garlic sprouts have gentle flavor than garlic and can be added to pasta, salads and other dishes.

Grow veg in containers - perfect for small city gardens where there's no space. Ideal for balconies too!

Grow veg in containers - perfect for small city gardens where there's no space. Ideal for balconies too! via David Domoney