Category Archive: Gardening Posts

Jan 17

Links of Interest 3

We actually got some cold weather this past week here in the northeast. Still, we are gearing up for the upcoming gardening season, and as such are always perusing the internet for interesting gardening links. Here are a few we thought you might also enjoy. Have a great week y’all! How Birds Stay Warm in …

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Jan 10

Links of Interest 2

About Microgreens Please excuse the language, but this short video is great. DIY Tomato Buckets Hershey Dumps GMO Sugar Beets On companion planting. 15 Gardening Hacks. This is very long, but holy heck!

Jan 03

Links of Interest

Spring just may be here sooner than you think.

Each Sunday we will provide links to some of the more interesting things we have come across. We hope these will entertain and inform you, perhaps save you some time and money as well. A year of gardening Gonnas from Helen Yoest. This will warm your heart. Some interesting places to go in winter. DIY …

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Apr 21

Murphy’s Garden

free plants

Call it Mother Nature, or call it Murphy’s Law, but the gardener is only a player on the growing stage. One thing we have learned is that no matter how long you wait for a seedling to sprout, as soon as you replant, the first one will come up. Followed very quickly by the more …

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Apr 19

How to Make a Mason Bee House

help save the bees

We’ve seen a number of how to’s on making a mason bee house, this is one of the best ones. Basically you need a wooden frame and anything that either already is hollow, or can be made so. We used different size bamboo canes, with diameters up to about 1/2 inch. We also used old …

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Apr 10

4 Things to Know About Self-Pollination

Spring just may be here sooner than you think.

You don’t need to know how plants are pollinated to grow food, but having some information will help your grow better. The most confusion we see about pollination centers around the terms self-pollination and self-pollinated. Here’s the deal: 1. The term does not refer to a gardener moving pollen from a male flower to a …

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