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Most gardeners want to grow more in the space they have: a more productive garden gives a bigger harvest with less time spent weeding.
I can’t begin to imagine the patience of Dimitriy Reinshtein , an Israeli photographer who brings living insects into his studio, places a single drop of water onto their tiny heads, and photographs them with a razor-sharp macro lens.
Gardening is one of the most rewarding home hobbies you can do. It's fun, sustainable and you get healthy, tasty results. A lot of people like the idea of gardening but find excuses like it's too time consuming, it's too expensive, they don't have enough space, blah blah blah. There's no room for excuses when going green, all you need is a little initiative and a little ingenuity to overcome these so called excuses. Here are 10 killer garden hacks that can help you save time, space and money while satisfying your green thumb... 1.
(NaturalNews) By now, most of us are aware of the controversy surrounding genetically modified crops that are horrendously sprayed with Monsanto's herbicide Roundup Ready with its active ingredient glyphosate. We know that the main GMO crops are soy, corn, cotton, sugar beets, alfalfa, and canola (even if it says organic).
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Grow your own ginger Ginger is an essential ingredient in Asian cooking. Growing your own is easy and provides an endless supply of ginger for your cooking. You also get an ingredient that is new to most American palates: ginger grass.
An herb garden is a wonderful thing. Having a portable herb garden, that you can harvest year round, is a chef's dream come true! Herb gardening in containers is relatively easy and most varieties can be grown successfully, either on a windowsill, a patio or a balcony.
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I'm officially dubbing this the week of Scallions and Pinterest. Mary and I separately came across 2 trending ideas for using and growing green onions on the highly addictive bookmarking site, Pinterest , last week — we couldn't wait to try them. When I came home over the weekend with a bunch of scallions, Mary exclaimed, "did you see this scallion/ginger sauce I pinned — you should totally make that!" Little did she know I had pinned it hours before her, which is virtually light years in terms of Pinterest discoveries. I had been planning to make this ginger scallion sauce from Lottie + Doof since I first set eyes on it. Find my own variation on the recipe newly published on E.A.T. — this is one I'd definitely recommend trying.
Edit Edited by Ben Rubenstein, Len Pal, Jack Herrick, Krystle C. and 52 others The next time you eat an avocado or use one in a recipe, save the stone or pit. Planting your own avocado tree is fun and easy.
Published by Hanna | Filed Under: How To , Weeds Leave a Comment Print This Post “And the weeds of the garden shall be visited upon the gardener.” I can certainly think of the 7+ weedy sins of the garden but knowing how to cleanse my garden of these weeds is even better.
Remember when we tested and shared how to grow onions indefinitely last week? Well, at the same time, we've been testing out another little indoor gardening project first gleaned from Pinterest that we're excited to share the successes of today — regrowing celery from it's base. We've figured out how to literally re-grow organic celery from the base of the bunch we bought from the store a couple weeks ago.