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Tag: Gardening

Posted on 08/17/2022
Turn an Empty Bottle Into a Self-Watering Planter
If you’ve ever gone on vacation and worried about your houseplants not getting watered, a self-watering planter is a smart option. Unfortunately, many of these planters available to buy are expensive and hard to find. Luckily there are ways to make your own while recycling old items at the same time. Here are some tips for making your...
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Posted on 08/03/2022
Organic gardening: Coconut coir vs peat moss
If you’re a gardening or houseplant enthusiast, you may have already pondered the choice of coconut coir vs peat moss. Your choice of growing medium can make an enormous difference in the health and success of your plants, so it’s important to understand the benefits and disadvantages of each option. What is coconut coir? Coconut coir, also called...
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Posted on 07/13/2022
Community gardening: How to help beautify your neighborhood
Community gardening offers a slew of benefits such as creating green space, growing fresh food and maintaining native species, to name a few. They also bring communities together and help build strong relationships with your neighbors, all while helping to keep your neighborhood looking fantastic. But how do you get started beautifying the neighborhood with a community garden?...
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Posted on 06/22/2022
Mason Jar DIY Ideas for Plant Lovers
Mason jars are a favorite among DIY enthusiasts and clever crafters. From storage to drinkware and everything in between, these glass jars are useful for almost anything. Gardeners and houseplant lovers also love Mason jars for their inexpensive utility. No matter what your DIY experience is, if you are interested in ways to use Mason jars in your...
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Posted on 01/19/2022
How to Grow Vegetables in Any Hardiness Zone
Using the map of USDA Hardiness Zones is incredibly helpful in planning a garden. Knowing your zone means knowing what plants are recommended for growing in your area and which ones might not survive. However, no matter what zone you live in, it’s possible to grow your own fruits, vegetables and herbs indoors. Here are some tips for...
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