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Urban Farming: How to Turn a 1/3 Acre Garden into a $75,000 Yearly Income!

Urban Farming: How to Turn a 1/3 Acre Garden into a $75,000 Yearly Income!

The Dome Home by Timothy Oulton Designed within a lychee garden.

The Dome Home by Timothy Oulton Design

Students label the parts of a flower with this free cut and paste activity.  Perfect for spring garden units.

Students label the parts of a flower with this free cut and paste activity. Perfect for spring garden units.

Marshmallow Fairy Pop Plants from a Magical Secret Garden Birthday Party via Kara's Party Ideas | KarasPartyIdeas.com (9)

Marshmallow Fairy Pop Plants from a Magical Secret Garden Birthday Party via Kara's Party Ideas | KarasPartyIdeas.com (9)

What a breathtaking sight! In mid-summer this color-changing Tree Hydrangea is covered with masses of snow-white flowers. In late summer, the flowers turn a beautiful bluish-pink aging to a purplish

What a breathtaking sight! In mid-summer this color-changing Tree Hydrangea is covered with masses of snow-white flowers. In late summer, the flowers turn a beautiful bluish-pink aging to a purplish

Corn leaves showing symptoms of phosphate, potash, nitrogen and magnesium deficiencies.

Corn leaves showing symptoms of phosphate, potash, nitrogen and magnesium deficiencies.

The basic square-foot gardening are: 1. Arrange your garden in squares, not rows. Lay it out in 4′x4′ planting areas. 2. Build boxes to hold a new soil mix above ground. 3. Space boxes 3′ apart to form walking aisles. 4. Fill boxes with Mel’s special soil mix: 1/3 blended compost, 1/3 peat moss, and…

How to Plan Your Square Foot Garden

The basic square-foot gardening are: 1. Arrange your garden in squares, not rows. Lay it out in 4′x4′ planting areas. 2. Build boxes to hold a new soil mix above ground. 3. Space boxes 3′ apart to form walking aisles. 4. Fill boxes with Mel’s special soil mix: 1/3 blended compost, 1/3 peat moss, and…

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