Here you will find a great tips and ideas on how to start and maintain your own #garden! │►│Contributors: Please, do not duplicate pins from the same board…
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You can find these garden spheres, orbs, or balls in many places, I know I’ve seen them at Pottery Barn. But, they can be pricey. I spent $16 on the Cement All and $5 each for my glass globes, so for $26 total, I have two spheres. The key is to find the glass globes, so keep your eye out for those. https://nourishandnestle.com/concrete-garden-balls-and-easy-diy/
Want to grow your own food? Asparagus is a wonderful perennial that will feed your for up to 30+ years! Let me show you how to be more self-sufficient this year with "How to Grow Asparagus at Home"! #asparagus #growyourownfood #perennials #asparaguscrowns #growingasparagus
Let's review some common garden maintenance tasks that should be done daily, weekly, monthly and seasonally for a well-maintained and beautiful garden. A free printable of these tasks, as well as the very helpful Pruning + Fertilization Log available. https://nourishandnestle.com/garden-maintenance-tips-printable-schedule/
When planning a summer garden the addition of some salvia plants is a must! They are one of my favourite summer flowering plants just because they are so easy to care for. Even when the sun is really burning down the salvias still have their bright masses of flowers.
Most people enjoy sitting by a fireplace. It evokes a feeling of coziness and warmth, especially on a chilly, wet, winter day. Not everyone can put a vented fireplace in their home, so some are using new gel-fueled, ventless fireplaces. The gel fuel can be expensive; however you can make your own at a fraction of the price.
Do you love Kale salad or pasta? If so, do you know that you can grow this amazing vegetable in your own backyard? Yes, you heard that right! Kale belongs to the family of cruciferous vegetables, and it is so easy to grow as long as it is getting enough water, sunshine, good companion plants, and fertile soil. In just 30-40 days, you can learn how to plan, grow, and harvest kale crops in your backyard.