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10 Easy Edibles to Grow in Containers

No garden ground doesn’t have to mean no home-grown food. These herbs, veggies and fruits are just as happy in a pot Full Story
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Victoran, make sure you boost the pots up off the ground with spacers (don't block the drain hole!), or move the pots every season. If the pots are resting on the ground, the tree roots will migrate up through the drain holes and into the pots. I was called out to troubleshoot a container garden that had 1/2-inch tree roots coming up through the bottom. They had been in the same place for a couple of years.
April 5, 2014 at 12:23pm     
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Sylvia Reynolds-Blakely
RollingPlanter.com. i like your ethos. Makes sense to have rolling containers until you know how much sun your favorite plants need.
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10 Easy Edibles for First-Time Gardeners

Focus on these beginner-friendly vegetables, herbs, beans and salad greens to start a home farm with little fuss Full Story
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chrisinky
My boss says that used coffee grounds around her potatoes keep the potato bugs off of them. She also uses stove ashes as a sort of fertilizer. She plants everything according to date/moon/Farmer's Almanac every year and her results are usually really good. I've also heard that human hair clippings around a garden will keep the deer away. I've known people to ask a hairdresser to collect a day or two's worth in a bag for them.
April 9, 2014 at 11:14am   
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rachiti
Hair is best if it's not freshly washed. When I was young (we had a garden in the country among our farm crops) we used marigolds planted at the end of each row and human hair collected from brushed over the course of the year and kept in a baggie until use...the point is to keep human smell near the plants even when you're not around. Time for me to dig up all those garden memories though as we're attempting our first in-ground planting this year (fingers crossed).
April 10, 2014 at 12:43am   
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ranicamp
Abbeyjean I hate to admit it but I'm not a big fan of Palm tree or plants in the house but I did think about a chair of some sort on the right side of the Tv.
March 22, 2014 at 11:08am   
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Janeinfo I love that mirrored furniture where did u get that from?
March 22, 2014 at 11:10am   
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Cassie the art you showed me is not my style. I have an original from an artist from Paris of the starry night granted it's a copy but he painted it that I was going to hang somewhere on the wall.
March 22, 2014 at 11:14am     
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Any ideas on what to put to the ride side other than a plant. I think a chair to the left sounds good. Not sure what type though would look good.
March 22, 2014 at 11:34am   
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abbyjean
Would you want to show more of the couch so we could think about a style of chair? I know a chair was just sort of a random thought, maybe, but a nice little reading corner could be awesome there......little table with a lamp, even a floor lamp. Throw tucked over the side of the chair. OR even a slipper chair with a pattern could work there for conversation. Again....a table for a glass/drink.
March 22, 2014 at 11:45am   
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decoenthusiaste
Floor to ceiling or crown is the "standard" here at Houzz. Let the drapes kiss the floor and the height will make the room look larger.
March 21, 2014 at 11:34am   
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