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Find The Best Time To Plant For Springtime – Complete Seed Starting Guide

Written by – Kaitlynn from MIgardener You have finished mapping out your garden for this year, but now it’s time to figure out when to start your seeds. Finding the perfect time to start seeds might be intimidating for beginners. But a word of advice from the experts; starting seeds indoors is a complete luxury […]
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Tips for Growing Bigger Onions

How To Grow Bigger Onions Often times people look at onions in the store and think, "these are HUGE But I can never grow them like this in a million years." I was one of those people, and often times we try so hard, but only to find out we have golfballs instead of softballs when […]
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How I Make a DIY Garden Stamp

DIY GARDEN STAMP  The garden stamp is a great tool for ensuring even spacing between plants when direct seeding, and it also ensures proper seed depth. I set out to devise a method of making a DIY version since the original model costs around $10-15. A bit to expensive. Little to my surprise Imade one for […]
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jiffy peat pellets

Biodegradable huh?

I am not sure if I have been the only one who has experienced this, but I would strongly recommend people stop using the expandable peat pellets. I am not someone who likes to sugar coat things, and let me tell you. They are easy and that is about it. The numerous companies that sell […]
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How To Make The Ultimate Organic DIY Potting Mix

The ultimate potting mix is great for growing in containers, transplanting seedlings, and even starting seedlings. Here is the recipe I use: – 1 part peat moss OR coco coir – 1 part worm castings – 1 part perlite – 2 tablespoons humic acid(per gallon of mix) – 1 cup glacial rock dust (per gallon per […]