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How to Make Miniature Wreaths from Canning Jar Lids

How to Make Miniature Wreaths from Canning Jar Lids

In this video you will be shown how to make miniature wreaths from canning jar lids (also called rings) and plastic mesh bags from the grocery store. These quick to make wreaths look darlingon the...

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How to Make an Indoor/Outdoor White Birch Wreath

How to Make an Indoor/Outdoor White Birch Wreath

In this video you will be shown how to make a wreath from birch rounds, white birch bark, and a coat hanger! This wreath is for any time of year, but it is especially beautiful during the winter...

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Storing Your Vegetable Seeds

Storing Your Vegetable Seeds

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There are a number of manufacturers and suppliers of Vegetable Seeds. Farms that sell vegetable seeds in large quantities to vegetable seed distributors to smaller clearing house vegetable seed...

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Add Some Grapes to your Home Vegetable Garden

Add Some Grapes to your Home Vegetable Garden

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Every year I try to add something new to my vegetable gardening experience. Whether it is building a new raised bed, growing a different variety of fruit, vegetable or herb, I am huge fan that...

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The Importance of Worms in your Home Vegetable Garden

The Importance of Worms in your Home Vegetable Garden

You can do many things to and for your home vegetable garden to make it easier on yourself to maintain. Such things include a sprinkler system for watering and mulches for weed prevention. With that...

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Grow Spinach from Seeds

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Spinach is one of the healthiest leafy greens you can eat. It is loaded with plenty of vitamins and minerals that all doctors and nutritionists would recommend. So why not add this healthy tasty...

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Home Vegetable Gardening: The “High Production” Gateway to Self-Sustainability

Home Vegetable Gardening: The “High Production” Gateway to Self-Sustainability

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When you hear the word “high production” the first thought that may come to mind is some type of assembly line work, but what I am referring to is something far more important, ...

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Transplanting a Tomato Shoot

Transplanting a Tomato Shoot

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In this video I show how easy it is to transplant a tomato shoot.

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My Experience Teaching Kids Gardening, Part 1

My Experience Teaching Kids Gardening, Part 1

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Earlier this year I was asked by my son’s school teacher if I would be interested in coming in and putting on a gardening class for the kids, or at least do something fun with the kids related...

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Make a Lightweight Potted Garden With Less Soil!

Make a Lightweight Potted Garden With Less Soil!

One of my favorite "gardening accessories" is the Ups-A-Daisy planter insert that allows me to garden in large pots without filling them up with soil! Watch and let me know what you use to make your...

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Grow Raspberries in Your Backyard

Grow Raspberries in Your Backyard

I just recently added a couple of raspberry plants to my backyard landscape. With each season I try to add a new perennial fruit to my resume. Two years ago it was grapes, last year it was...

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Your Home Vegetable Garden, A Great Entomology Course

I am sure at some point in your life you had, even for a brief moment, some kind of science class where you studied insects, better known as entomology. Without going into great biological...

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Adding Blueberries to your Home Vegetable Garden

Adding Blueberries to your Home Vegetable Garden

If you have been following my blog, podcast or facebook posts then you already know that every year I love to add something new to my gardening adventures. I am a true believer in trying something...

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Home Grown Tomatoes and their Contributions to your Health

Home Grown Tomatoes and their Contributions to your Health

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Most people still refer to tomatoes as a vegetable even though botanically they are a fruit. Regardless of how you refer to them, one thing tomatoes can be called by everyone is good for your...

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Rain Barrels, Things you Need to Know

Rain Barrels, Things you Need to Know

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It has only been the last few years that rain barrels have become very popular.  What was once an item that you could only get online or in specialty stores (or make your own), has moved into...

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Help the Environment and yourself, Recycle your Food Waste

Help the Environment and yourself, Recycle your Food Waste

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Billions upon billions of pounds of food waste every year are thrown away with the regular garbage pick up. This puts a tremendous strain on not only our environment but our wallets to pay people to...

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Gardening in the Great Pacific Northwest

Gardening in the Great Pacific Northwest

If you have been reading my blog articles or listening to my podcasts, then you probably know by now that 100% of the gardening that I have done in my life happens in New Jersey.  While I...

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Combining Vegetable Gardening with School Curriculum

Combining Vegetable Gardening with School Curriculum

Do you have school aged children? Are you a vegetable gardener? Imagine if you were able to combine the fun and reward of vegetable gardening with the education your child receives in school? I was...

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The Pollination Process in your Vegetable Garden

The Pollination Process in your Vegetable Garden

Recently I have written some vegetable gardening articles that have taken a turn towards more of a scientific approach, albeit entry level plant science as opposed to advanced horticulture, but very...

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3 Vegetable Seeds that have a Large Yield per Seed

If you had room to plant only three vegetables, what would they be and why? I was recently asked this question by a friend. Before I get into what I would grow let me address why I would grow the...

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