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8 Reasons why plants love cinnamon (These really work!)

Did you know that plain old kitchen cinnamon is an amazing fungicide? Not only that, but cinnamon can be used in the garden so many different ways. From fungus killer to rooting hormone, cinnamon has got ya covered! I mostly use cinnamon for seedlings since cinnamon prevents dampening off disease, but it can be used several other ways. Check out …

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Ham and Bean Soup Recipe

An all-time favourite recipe for leftover ham, so hearty and delicious!! Leftovers have to be the best thing about baking a delicious ham, because now you can make a savoury soup! Ham and Bean soup is awesome for lunch, yet so hearty if makes a great dish for dinner. I will be putting this on my “to make list” and …

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How Can I Draw Hummingbirds Into My Yard?

Trying to draw hummingbirds in your yard? Well, that’s absolutely amazing! You will have a joyful yard all-summer long. It may seem hard to achieve this goal, but it actually isn’t! After many attempts in bringing hummingbirds into my yard I managed successfully listening to their enchanting echoes this summer. Since I’m not self-centered person, I want to share in …

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DIY Baking Soda Spray to Get Rid of Powdery Mildew

There is nothing more frustrating and annoying than a plant fungus issues. It doesn’t matter if you have microgreens, veggies or houseplants, this plant fungus will absolutely ruin them if left untreated. How to notice when your plant has fungus? Well, you have to check out for unusual spotting. Furthermore, you may find a white growth on the leaves that …

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6 Reasons Why Epsom Salt is your Garden’s Best Friend

Epsom salt is indeed a gardener’s best friend. Its uses are becoming more beneficial for a green living and organic gardening. Epsom salt has been growing in popularity as an organic solution for various problems. Furthermore, Epsom salt is an ideal solution for a variety gardening needs. For example, you’ll get tastier tomatoes, it boosts pepper yields, it gets a …

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5 Clever Borax Uses In Your Garden

Borax, also known as sodium borate has incredible uses for your garden because it has natural and powerful properties. For instance, the only mineral salt with acidic properties from borax is boron. It is naturally occurring, and it has been around for ages. However, you should know that borax uses go beyond its all natural cleaner properties. In this article, …

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DIY Drip Irrigation System For Potted Plants

When you have a drip irrigation system for your potted plants, you know life just gets easier. The system also saves you a lot of time so for me, it was an incredible investment. Not to mention, the irrigation system is also very easy to install. Thus, you can make your own as a well-spent project, it doesn’t take much …

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3 Easy Steps to Clean Chalky Residue on your Terra Cotta Pots

We all know how terracotta plant pots get a crusty white residue on them over time. That looks actually pretty bad. However, don’t stress it out, cleaning them is quick and easy. In this article, I will show you exactly how to clean chalky residue on your terracotta pots in 3 easy and quick steps! I like using terracotta pots …

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DIY Support Cage To Keep Large Peonies From Falling Over

My favorite flowers are the large peonies that smell heavenly. Once the peony buds start to open, the flowers quickly become so large that the stems aren’t able to support the heavy flowers. Thus, the flowers inevitably go crashing into the ground. Now, I don’t want that to happen, they are amazing flowers to have. Hence, I want to make …

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