Tue 3 Apr 2012
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Propagating Rosemary – One of the things I love to do with visitors to my courtyard is bring them to my two large planters with upright Rosemary (Rosemarinus officinalis) in them and ask them to identify the smell. It is a wonderful aroma. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a few extra plants to send home? I am going to get started on this…
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“1000 Red Wigglers Are Doing Their Thing in My Worm Factory 360″ – Worm castings aren’t quite worth their weight in gold, but I’ve been told they are great fertilizer.
Need a “gentle” watering can for seeds (NOT THE ONE PICTURED ABOVE), here is a good way to make one. I generally have several of these at hand with a variety of “strengths” for different types of plants!
“The benefits of garden eye candy“- How can visiting other gardens and perhaps perusing books and magazines help us become better garden/landscapers? It has been my experience that active gardeners can’t stay away from visiting other gardens. I often get one or two interesting ideas to stimulate my own garden designs when visiting others.
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