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Latecia's Culinary Cupboard on Instagram: "#planter #recycle #reuse #garden #gardentips This project cost less than $20 per planter including the wooden pickets and screws. I purchased 3/4 -5 1/2-6 ft pickets and 18 inch tires from my son's truck. If you cut each picket approximately 22 inches in length you can make 3 small pickets. Each planter requires approximately 6 full length pickets or 18 small pickets."
Matthew Gauger on Instagram: "Gardening doesn’t need expensive tools, but it sure helps to have the right ones. My homestead has a lot of tools but sometimes on the farm it’s the simplest ones that have the biggest impact. DM me if you want a link to any of these. People ask me where to get the Xtreme Weeder about once a week." Flora, Gardening, Instagram, People, Homesteading, Homestead, On The Farm, Garden, Farm
Matthew Gauger on Instagram: "Gardening doesn’t need expensive tools, but it sure helps to have the right ones. My homestead has a lot of tools but sometimes on the farm it’s the simplest ones that have the biggest impact. DM me if you want a link to any of these. People ask me where to get the Xtreme Weeder about once a week."
seedlings in pots with text overlay reading 10 cut flower seeds to plant in april
10 Cut Flower Seeds To Start in April - Flower Garden
Discover the joy of starting your flower garden in April with April seed planting ideas. Explore 10 cut flower seeds to start in April and learn the secrets of successful April seed starting. From sowing to planting, we've got you covered for a blooming seasonal garden. If you want to get ahead with your flowers here are some flower seeds to sow in April so that you have flowers to harvest in late spring. There are some seeds that you can start to sow in April for zone 7 and 8 and UK.
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Green.Garden.ideas. on Instagram: "Credit:epicgardening —— Tomatoes are best planted with friends, like dill, sweet potatoes, or cucumbers. The classic recommendation of basil is GOOD, but if you’re tired of the classics, give these a try for the following reasons: Dill - Along with fennel or flowering carrots, it provides tiny flowers that smaller beneficials use for nectar, which keeps them around to lay eggs inside the caterpillars munching your your tomatoes’ leaves Sweet Potatoes - An unconventional choice, you’ll get a dense mat of foliage across the ground, acting as living mulch but also preventing any soil splashing onto sensitive, disease-prone tomato stems Cucumbers - Often grown alone on a trellis, cucumbers make an interesting companion for two reasons. First, they excrete
a white cup filled with strawberries on top of a table
Strawberry Syrup - Using the tops - Life with Aprons
Strawberry Syrup - Using the tops - Life with Aprons
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DIY Home Garden on Instagram: "How to grow a year’s worth of popcorn on your backyard…

Via @mindfulfarmerarkansas
 
This year I ventured into cultivating something a bit different - popcorn. With seeds sourced from Johnny’s, I planted them in two 18-foot beds, two rows in each, maintaining a foot’s spacing. The variety was Robust 997. Next season, I aim for a denser planting, anticipating a larger harvest.

The yield was modest yet fulfilling, enough to produce over 80 bags of popcorn. Planted in July, after the spring crops, and harvested them around mid-October. I let the ears dry for about three weeks before separating the kernels from the cobs.

For cooking, a simple stovetop popper does the trick. I use a blend of 1/2 cup popcorn to 1/4 cup of coconut, avocado oil, or ghee. For those Veggie Garden, Outdoor Fun, Food Garden, Farm Food, Summer Outdoor Fun
DIY Home Garden on Instagram: "How to grow a year’s worth of popcorn on your backyard… Via @mindfulfarmerarkansas This year I ventured into cultivating something a bit different - popcorn. With seeds sourced from Johnny’s, I planted them in two 18-foot beds, two rows in each, maintaining a foot’s spacing. The variety was Robust 997. Next season, I aim for a denser planting, anticipating a larger harvest. The yield was modest yet fulfilling, enough to produce over 80 bags of popcorn. Planted in July, after the spring crops, and harvested them around mid-October. I let the ears dry for about three weeks before separating the kernels from the cobs. For cooking, a simple stovetop popper does the trick. I use a blend of 1/2 cup popcorn to 1/4 cup of coconut, avocado oil, or ghee. For those
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Blackberry Marshmallow (No Corn Syrup)
Blackberry Marshmallow (No Corn Syrup) – Cooking Melangery
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My Ever-raining Rain Chain
My Ever-raining Rain Chain
a person is picking up some radishes from a tray with other radishes on it
Butter Dipped Radishes
butter dipped radishes ~
potatoes in a bowl on the grass with text overlay how & why you should plant potatoes in the fall
Planting Potatoes: How To Plant Potatoes In The Fall
How to plant potatoes in the fall. Tips for fall planting potatoes for a great summer harvest. #gardening #plantingpotatoes
a bowl filled with black walnuts on top of a white wooden table and text overlay reads how to harvest & preserve black walnuts
How to Harvest and Preserve Black Walnuts - ImaginAcres
a white bowl filled with salsa sitting on top of a wooden table next to tomatoes
Fresh Tomato Salsa
This fresh tomato salsa or pico de gallo is delicious on just about anything and so easy to make! Use this homemade salsa to top tacos, grilled chicken or fish.
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four wooden raised beds with text overlay that reads 7 product things to do with an empty raised bed in fall and winter
7 Productive Things To Do With An Empty Raised Bed In Fall & Winter
a white bowl filled with cream cheese surrounded by crackers and cucumbers
Cucumber Cream Cheese Spread
CUCUMBER CREAM CHEESE SPREAD (+Video) - appetizer #appetizer #popular