Gardening Archive

How To Use Baking Soda In Your Garden

If you are a gardener then you need to use baking soda in your garden. There are so many benefits. Treat Tomato Diseases Make a spray with an aspirin and baking soda solution to prevent and treat fungal infections and other diseases in tomato plants. Use this formula weekly. 2 tablespoons of baking soda 2

Awesome DIY Garden Ideas

Upgrade your garden with these pretty Ideas: Use Umbrellas: See more: Colorful Backyard Decorating Ideas With Umbrellas And Flowers  Mickey Mouse Head Planter Instructions: DIY Mickey Head Flower Planter Create your own decorative edging! Old chipped plates, ceramic tiles, seashells and railroad ties are all ideal materials sure to provide a unique look in your yard or garden.

14 How To Garden Tips and Tricks

1. Spread plastic forks around your garden, handle-side down. The prongs will scare critters away before they get too close without hurting them! 2. Place a pallet where you’ll start your garden. Then fill the slots with soil, plant your flowers, and watch as your garden becomes perfectly organized in no time. 3. Spread coffee grounds lightly in

DIY Rosemary Alcohol For Cellulite and Muscle Pain

Natural recipe to prepare rosemary alcohol at home. Rosemary alcohol made naturally at home, has nothing to do with what we buy regularly in pharmacies, since the one we do at home will have all the beneficial properties of the plant to the maximum, without any chemical that may affect it. Uses: Circulatory disorders, varicose

How To Plant Milkweed To Attract Monarch Butterflies

When evidence emerged that monarch butterflies were losing the milkweed they depend on due to the spread of herbicide-resistant crops in the United States, people across the country took action, planting milkweed in their own gardens. But a new paper shows that well-meaning gardeners might actually be endangering the butterflies’ iconic migration to Mexico. That’s

5 Homemade Weed Killers

Try one of these all-natural solutions to remove unwanted plants from your garden. Be sure to put them directly on weed. Some may be harmful to other plants. None will harm pet. Rather than paying for expensive and chemical-packed products, use these recipes:   See more of our Garden Tips