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  1. Homesteading and gardening
    Saw this recipe and thought maybe some of the gardeners here could use it........ I haven't tried it, but it sounds like it would be a good one. PLUS would be easy to make.........and CHEAP........(we like cheap! :laugh:) Gardener's Hand Scrub | FaveCrafts.com
  2. General Chat
    My dh and I have been mulling this over. We would like to buy some land, but it is so terribly expensive here. We know of a few families that have expressed interest in more land for gardening than their backyards can accomodate, so we were thinking that this might be an option. I know in...
  3. Homesteading and gardening
    I have noticed many new gardens this year. I have also seen more people at my favorite places to buy supplies. Have you seen this in your area?
  4. Homesteading and gardening
    I am beginning to feel like an orphan on this gardening forum. There is about 33 million people in Canada, There must be a few gardeners who can grow things, and operate a computer. Let's see what you got?
  5. News you can use
    http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2008/06/08/america/Growing-for-the-Hungry.php LANGDON, N.H.: Sharon Crossman hadn't tasted fresh fruits or vegetables in a week. Since her husband had two heart attacks and stopped working, she has relied on disability checks and the free food provided by a food...
  6. Supplemental Income, Small Business
    Hi ya'll! Through my husband's ad in the paper for rototilling, I am now the gardener at and assisted living facility for the mentally handicapped. My question is, what kind of hours do they work? Is it perfectly acceptable for me to leave by 2:30 if I start around 8 am? They are technically...
  7. Homesteading and gardening
    I'm on the border of 9b/10a, so I can grow some zone 9 things, and a few zone 10's without protection. Some of the more tender zone 10 plants, I have to protect from cold, but most are o.k. It's too hot for some of the zone 9 stuff. I hate being in an inbetween place. Most of the big box...
  8. Homesteading and gardening
    I love garden junk. I do all sorts of stuff with junk in my garden, from making windchimes from can lids, to recycling an old raggedy wicker shelf frame I found on the side of the road into a trellis. I use old used up or broken pots, tools, etc. as "garden art". I have a water/bog garden...
  9. Homesteading and gardening
    Help, I am a first time gardener and I have little green worms eating my cucumbers. What do I do? I have been spraying with organic stuff but it doesnt seam to be helping.
  10. Homesteading and gardening
    I don't know, the picture looks fake to me. Especially the stem. http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_1940844.html No thanks, I like my watermelon round, sweet, and cold, LOL:lalala:
  11. Make It Yourself
    http://www.naturalhomemagazine.com/backissues/04-03/SoapyGarlic.asp
  12. Homesteading and gardening
    We have some very experienced gardeners here at the village and with our new gardening season starting soon, I invite all members to visit the lawn and garden forum for advice, information and inspiration. Ask questions, we have lots of gardners who are capable of helping you with your garden...
  13. Homesteading and gardening
    The Garden Club competition closes August 14.  To enter you need to take a creative photo of your garden or something in it.  Have fun with this.  Although a prize winning rose or pumpkin might win, it might not too.  It might be pipped at the post by a kitten in a wheelbarrow.  I look forward...
  14. Homesteading and gardening
    ....GROW! Holey Moley! We have been gone 10 days and in that time my plants have grown a ton! My zucchini plants were only 3 leaves when I left and now they are HUGE with blooms! My tomato plants have gone wild and have tons of blooms and small fruit. I have one bell pepper growing and several...
  15. Homesteading and gardening
    Okay gardeners. A number of us joined the frugal food thread about 6 weeks ago and by now we might have some information to share about our vegetables.  In my garden, the potatoes are in and sprouting about 2 feet above the ground.  I'll have to mulch them soon, I've been waiting while I try...
  16. Homesteading and gardening
    I am planning a rose garden. I want hardy/minimal maint. roses any ideas? I am zone 4 I beleive. TIA
  17. Homesteading and gardening
    Just thought I would share our Master Gardener Associations website with you. :) http://www.utextension.utk.edu/mastergardeners/montgomery/
  18. Make It Yourself
    http://www.beautytalkonline.com
  19. Homesteading and gardening
    When my neighbor plowed under my garden from last year, I still had plants in there that were dead but didn't get burned when Dh burned it. My question is this. Some green beans have sprouted up from last years plans, they are not where I want them, can I move them or will this kill them? I want...
  20. Home Decorating
    Make a wreath - Here's a neat idea! You will need one worn out garden hose. Cut the hose into one 4 foot (or so) piece. Loop into a wreath, tie together with wire to keep circular shape and decorate with a garden theme. You can use old gardening gloves, seed packets, small gardening tools...
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