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Fresh onions are a always wonderful and delicious ingredient that can be added to a variety of homemade recipes though aren’t always the easiest to come by. Grocery store onions may lack in fresh flavour and can cost a lot for something that you can grow your self for next to nothing,

How to Grow Onions Vertically On The Windowsill DIY-Vertical-Onion-Planter You can do a lot of dishes with onions, but even if you are.

Looks like this is not possible but pinner shows step by step pics and instructions. Small onion sprouts are planted in a large PET container, through holes in the side. (Link is to Auntie Dogma's Garden Spot.) https://auntiedogmasgardenspot.wordpress.com/2013/05/15/growing-onions-vertically-on-the-windowsill/

Growing Onions Vertically On The Windowsill

For the Window box! Have your own supply of fresh onions, year round, on your windowsill. With this genius and space saving idea you’ll be able to grow your own crop of delicious and crunchy onions. You don’t need to have your own garden … Continued

Germinate apple seeds

Ѽ How To Grow Apple Tree From A Seed ~ wrap seeds in a damp/wet paper towel ~ place in air tight bag, in fridge ~ keep moist ~ Leave for about till sprouts form ~ plant Ѽ

How to Burn Used Coffee Grounds for Mosquito Repellent | eHow

How to Burn Used Coffee Grounds for Mosquito Repellent

Mix used coffee grounds with crushed dry egg shells and tomato plant blossoms won't rot. We use to own a restaurant, and saved coffee grounds and egg shells for my Father.

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Grow Onions from Discarded Onion Bottoms. Have an endless supply of delicious onions. Here's how.

Grow Onions From Discarded Onion Bottoms

Grow Onions from Discarded Onion Bottoms. Have an endless supply of delicious onions. Here's how.

Make seedling cups out of recycled paper

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Plantable seedling pots made from newspaper. This is so easy. A wide range of ages can do this gardening craft. These seed cups would make a great gift for gardening grandparents.

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How To Grow Your Own Ginger

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How to: Grow a Salad Garden in a 2' x 2' box. Experiment: how many of these would I need to feed myself? Note: if making more than one, leave out the carrots and radishes. Replace some chard with kale. Add green onions.

How to: Grow a Year-Round Salad Garden

How to: Grow a Salad Garden in a x box. Experiment: how many of these would I need to feed myself? Note: if making more than one, leave out the carrots and radishes. Replace some chard with kale.

How to grow basil indoors all winter long without any dirt. Harvest fresh herbs all year with nothing more than water, basil, and a windowsill. melissaknorris.com

Grow Basil Indoors Without Dirt All Winter

How to grow basil indoors all winter long without any dirt. Harvest fresh herbs all year with nothing more than water, basil, and a windowsill. Never pay grocery store prices for fresh herbs again. Read this now to have fresh herbs this winter.

I never realized how much money I was wasting when I could have been regrowing my food at home including onions, potatoes, herbs, garlic and ginger.

Regrow Food from Scraps

How to Regrow Food from Kitchen Scraps ~ I never realized how much money I was wasting when I could have been regrowing my food at home including onions, potatoes, herbs, garlic and ginger.

"Use the ashes to make tea for tomatoes. Put five pounds of ashes in a permeable cloth or burlap bag, tie it shut and lower it into a 50-gallon garbage can filled with water, as if it were a giant tea bag. Let it sit for about four days, then dip the tea out with a watering can and pour a cupful around your tomato plants once a week, as soon as the plants begin to flower. Most crops can use a potassium boost, but especially tomatoes."

"Use the ashes to make tea for tomatoes. Put five pounds of ashes in a permeable cloth or burlap bag, tie it shut and lower it into a 50-gallon garbage can filled with water, as if it were a giant tea bag. Let it sit for about four days, then dip the tea out with a watering can and pour a cupful around your tomato plants once a week, as soon as the plants begin to flower. Most crops can use a potassium boost, but especially tomatoes."

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