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Florida Survival Gardening: How To Grow A Peach Tree From a Pit. I NEED to do this. I love peaches!!

Florida Survival Gardening: How To Grow A Peach Tree From a Pit. I NEED to do this. I love peaches!!

AMAZING 30 Minute TURMERIC Chickpea Fritters! Little falafel-like pillows of bliss // SO flavorful!

AMAZING 30 Minute TURMERIC Chickpea Fritters! Little falafel-like pillows of bliss // SO flavorful!

Lettuce and herbs can be harvested, then within days can be ready for another harvest. Learn about cut-and-come-again crops with these great tips! #gardening

Lettuce and herbs can be harvested, then within days can be ready for another harvest. Learn about cut-and-come-again crops with these great tips! #gardening

Starting a compost pile doesn't HAVE to be difficult... it really can be done in just a few simple steps. Click through to get tips on where to find FREE compost materials, regardless of where you live, plus an awesome video on how to get your compost pile started today!

Starting a compost pile doesn't HAVE to be difficult... it really can be done in just a few simple steps. Click through to get tips on where to find FREE compost materials, regardless of where you live, plus an awesome video on how to get your compost pile started today!

You cant be too busy to explore this: "Short and sweet: Easy Pancakes! Awesome idea for your baby and toddler! #springforward"

You cant be too busy to explore this: "Short and sweet: Easy Pancakes! Awesome idea for your baby and toddler! #springforward"

Quinoa Beef Meatballs with cumin and paprika. A protein-packed wonderfully nutritious baby finger food for older babies (+10 months) or toddlers. They can be transformed in an easy family dinner just adding some homemade tomato sauce and serving them as a pasta sauce :-) + Freezer-friendly.

Quinoa Beef Meatballs with cumin and paprika. A protein-packed wonderfully nutritious baby finger food for older babies (+10 months) or toddlers. They can be transformed in an easy family dinner just adding some homemade tomato sauce and serving them as a pasta sauce :-) + Freezer-friendly.