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 How to prune basil to have enormous plants. So admired the bushy basil. Failed my basil first time, thin long not bushy. Now found my answer here- Need to prune basil ! Container Gardening, Gardening Tips, Vegetable Gardening, Pruning Basil, Basil Harvesting, Growing Herbs, Plantation, Edible Garden, Dream Garden

Basil Pruning Tutorial ... Really!

One of the tastiest treats from the garden has to be fresh pesto. You can get my recipe for fresh pesto here . With this goal in mind I pl...

Simply lay the ginger root on the top of the potting soil to “plant” it. Because ginger root tubers grow right near the soil surface, don’t bury them when you transplant them to your garden. Organic Gardening, Gardening Tips, Vegetable Gardening, Growing Ginger, Growing Herbs, Gemüseanbau In Kübeln, My Secret Garden, Edible Garden, Dream Garden

Growing Ginger: Gardening

Growing ginger is a fun, easy project you can begin with just a simple starter root from the grocery store. Spice up your growing skills – and recipes – with some ginger propagation know-how.

Cutting your Herbs~Tutorial: How to cut herbs - for basil don't pluck leaves off, instead trim stem. Leave two sets of leaves on stem (leaves grow in pairs across from each other). Cut immediately above the second set of leaves from the ground. Plant will Vegetable Garden, Garden Plants, Indoor Plants, Organic Gardening, Gardening Tips, Beginners Gardening, Flower Gardening, Growing Herbs, Edible Garden

Cutting your Herbs~Tutorial

Hi everyone! I have received several email regarding how to cut herbs and keep them healthy afterwards. So, I thought I would do a very quick tutorial for you today. To keep your beautiful herbs healthy and get the most from them, please don’t “pluck” leaves off to use. This is a big “no no”. If you want to maximize your home herbs to have the best results to last the season, this little info will help. When your herb plants get to be about 6-8 inches tall and have nice healthy leaves on…

Natural Bug Spray: Brew a pot of coffee and let it cool. Pour into spray bottle & spray on plants. It freaks out the bugs & gives your plants (if they are the type that need it) a tiny shot of nitrogen. Organic Gardening, Gardening Tips, Natural Bug Spray, Pot Jardin, Garden Pests, Garden Bugs, Edible Garden, Growing Vegetables, Plant Care

Common Garden Pests

natural bug spray Brew a pot of coffee and let it cool. Pour into spray bottle and spray on plants. It freaks out the bugs and gives your plants (if they are the type that need it) a tiny shot of nitrogen.

Garden Plan 2014 Melissa's New Garden is part of Garden layout vegetable - Our first plan for our little garden on our new hobby farm! Hoping for enough to maintain our small family through winter using canning and cold storage Vegetable Garden Planner, Veg Garden, Vegetable Garden Design, Garden Beds, Vegetable Gardening, Vegtable Garden Layout, Gardening Hacks, Gardening Tools, Terrace Garden

Garden Plan - 2014: Melissa's New Garden

Our first plan for our little garden on our new hobby farm! Hoping for enough to maintain our small family through winter using canning and cold storage.

Harvesting basil, biting into tiny sun gold tomatoes, feeling my skin warm under the bright sun, drinking iced tea: these are the things I think of when I think of summer& bounty. Next to cilantro, basil is my favorite herb. Vegetable Garden, Garden Plants, Organic Gardening, Gardening Tips, Basil Plant, Growing Herbs, Basil Growing, Growing Greens, Growing Vegetables

Harvesting Basil 101

Harvesting basil, biting into tiny sun gold tomatoes, feeling my skin warm under the bright sun, drinking iced tea: these are the things I think of when I think of summer's bounty. Next to cilantro, basil is my favorite herb.

1 teaspoon epsom salts in 4 c warm water, spray on plants and then again 10 days later. On tomatoes, peppers and roses especially. Adds magnesium to soil @ its-a-green-life Growing Veggies, Growing Tomatoes, Organic Gardening, Gardening Tips, Container Gardening, Kitchen Gardening, Growing Bell Peppers, Bokashi, Hydrangea Care

Epsom salts to boost pepper plant

Spray the plant with Epsom salts (1 teaspoon dissolved in a spray bottle of warm water (about 4 cups). That gives the pepper plant a boost of magnesium that is required at flowering time to produce fruit. Spray them again 10 days later and in a few weeks, you will have more peppers than you can eat.

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10 Proven Health Benefits of Rosemary - Healthy Hubb

Rosemary is a beautiful Mediterranean herb, popularized for its multiple health benefits and grown globall