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Container Vegetable Gardening

Container Vegetable Gardening

Patio Vegetable Garden Ideas for Small Spaces

Patio Vegetable Garden Ideas for Small Spaces

Alternative Gardning: Grow Vegetables From Kitchen Scraps

Alternative Gardning: Grow Vegetables From Kitchen Scraps

How to pollinate the indoor vegetable garden

How to pollinate the indoor vegetable garden

Starting a Vegetable Container Garden Indoors

Starting a Vegetable Container Garden Indoors

Grow an Indoor Vegetable Garden During the Winter Months

Grow an Indoor Vegetable Garden During the Winter Months

Starting a Vegetable Garden - Weed 'em & Reap | gardening | vegetables | healthy | local | garden

Starting a Vegetable Garden

Starting a Vegetable Garden - Weed 'em & Reap | gardening | vegetables | healthy | local | garden

You can grow edibles in your own indoor garden. Craving fresh harvests during the winter or lack outdoor gardening space? Then start an indoor garden. Choose plants that will grow under artificial light, mature quickly, and stay compact enough to grow in containers without outgrowing their space. Most leafy greens, herbs, and a few root vegetables will grow very well inside under lights. by nancy

You can grow edibles in your own indoor garden. Craving fresh harvests during the winter or lack outdoor gardening space? Then start an indoor garden. Choose plants that will grow under artificial light, mature quickly, and stay compact enough to grow in containers without outgrowing their space. Most leafy greens, herbs, and a few root vegetables will grow very well inside under lights. by nancy

Bloody Mary Garden....tomatoes, chile peppers, chives, and basil in a galvanized watertrough. Clever!

Plant a One-Pot Vegetable Garden

Bloody Mary Garden....tomatoes, chile peppers, chives, and basil in a galvanized watertrough. Clever!

I love Cilantro and this is the way I keep it fresh... Cut an 1/8 inch off the stems, place in a mason jar with water covering at least an inch of the bottom stems; cover loosely with a plastic veggie bag or Ziploc and keep refrigerated. Will stay fresh for weeks. MUST do this!!!

I love Cilantro and this is the way I keep it fresh... Cut an 1/8 inch off the stems, place in a mason jar with water covering at least an inch of the bottom stems; cover loosely with a plastic veggie bag or Ziploc and keep refrigerated. Will stay fresh for weeks. MUST do this!!!

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