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Meatless Monday: Bag of Tomatoes

How To Grow Tomatoes Without A Garden. Use good potting soil and cut drainage hole in bottom of bag. Add a handful of rock phosphate in the bag before planting helps produce good fruiting. Plant tomato in center of bag.

Carrot Seed - How to grow carrots in a Soda bottle

Grow carrots in a 2 liter soda bottle. so the kids can see what is happening, I love the idea. via : Soda Bottle Carrots: a Very Small Kitchen Garden

Compost tea for indoor plants  Put eggshells, coffee grounds, and tea bags into a jar. Add water and wait one week. Strain out the shells and grounds, then feed your plants!

"COMPOST TEA" for indoor plants. Put eggshells, coffee grounds, and tea bags to full in a jar then fill with water. Set for one week gently shaking daily. Strain out the shells and grounds, then feed your plants!

Compact Gardening. For leafy greens

Garden Tower Project The Homestead Survival vertical planter with a worm tower in the center really works. You add kitchen scraps into the center tower which creates a compost tea that drips out the bottom which you add back into the plants. Each hole can

Bag gardening couldn’t be easier! Simply set out purchased bags of topsoil, cut them open, and plant seeds and seedlings right into the topsoil. The bag garden in this plan will be brimming with more than 20 vegetables and culinary herbs by its third year!

Bag gardening couldn’t be easier. Simply set out purchased bags of topsoil, cut them open, and plant seeds and seedlings right into the topsoil. The bag garden in this plan will be brimming with more than 20 vegetables and culinary herbs by its third year

DIY STRAWBERRY POT.  This is a great idea for annuals, herbs, and just about any plant or flower the drapes over the pot.  Try using pots that don't exactly match but provide interest. Yard sales are good place to find pots.

DIY Stacked Pots : This is a great idea for annuals, herbs, and just about any plant or flower the drapes over the pot. Try using pots that don't exactly match but provide interest. Yard sales are good place to find pots.

sweeten your tomatoes with baking soda, gardening

Sweeten Your Tomatoes With Baking Soda.

Sweet Tomatoes - Just add baking soda! Just sprinkle baking soda on the soil around your tomato plants. The baking soda absorbs into the soil and lowers the acidity levels. This will give you tomatoes that are more sweet than tart.

Need a space efficient way to grow your beans or possibly your peas?  This would be very compact and fairly mobile.  An alternative use for a tomato cage.  The how-to can be found here.

space savings way to grow peas or other vining plants. Good idea to use tomato cages for growing beans and pead

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