Weeds in Paths? Use Vinegar, Not Roundup – Kevin Lee Jacobs
Got weeds? Use vinegar, not Roundup. Common white vinegar (available in all supermarkets) can terminate annual weeds that grow in garden paths.
Today we got around to making pomanders. The fruit was purchased a few days ago, but there was finally an hour or so that we could sit and let the fragrances of the citrus and spices waft about. We usually see this done with oranges, but for years we have preferred using lemons and limes. They don't spoil nearly as often, and oranges are just too good for eating!Begin with nice, blemish-free fruits. If you'd like to hang it from a ribbon, tape or band off sections where the ribbon will go…
Best Organic Garden Fertilizers You Can Make • The Garden Glove
Top Organic Garden Fertilizers You Can Make! • Want to make your own organic fertilizer for your garden? Check out how easy it is!
A Dozen Homemade Organic Garden Remedies
Veggie gardens need special care. Vegetable plants are prone to all sorts of disease and fungus. They are highly sought after by pests both big and teeny teeny tiny. A slight negative change in the…
Each time you crack an egg open, instead of tossing the shell into the trash, drop it into an open container that you keep in the fridge. When the container is full, crush the shells into small bits and sprinkle them around the base of your plants. The sharp eggshells will deter slugs, snails, and other bugs from nibbling on your garden and add a touch of calcium to the soil.
Organic Pest Control That Works
Spring has finally arrived. time to get outside and do some spring cleaning and a few chores. Spring around here brings bugs. I mean crawling yucky bugs like ants and other unwelcome critters. No worries though, I use diatomaceous earth for organic pest control. #EarthDay Sprinkle where bugs live and crawl. That's it. Works on ants, beetles, roaches, bedbugs,fleas and more. The package says it kills in 24 hours. I saw a big reduction but it took a little longer for all signs of m…