Homemade Weed Killer

Homemade Weed Killer The weather is getting warmer and the weeds are taking over your lawn and garden. There is a natural lawn and garden homemade weed killer recipe that should help you win the battle and save some money. To prepare the weed killer you’ll need the following ingredients: vinegar, epson salt, and ‘Dawn’ dish soap (the blue original). Mix the ingredients in proportions as follows: 1 Gallon of Vinegar 2 Cups Epson Salt 1/4 Cup of Dawn Dish Soap Spray weeds early in the morning after the dew evaporates and the weeds will be gone by the dinner …

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The Official Start Of Spring

The Official Start Of Spring Whether you live on the east or west coast, the winter of 2014 is one most of us are ready to say goodbye to. The continuing cold weather and many snowy days almost make us forget that before too long warmer weather will be upon us.  With the official start of Spring approaching,  there is no time like the present to begin thinking about how you will prepare you outdoor space this season. Early to mid March is the perfect time to start considering how you are going to make your outdoor space what you …

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Growing Your Own Herbs From Seeds

Growing Your Own Herbs From Seeds Would you like to have a fresh abundant supply of your favorite herbs? Why not try growing your own herbs from seeds. After all, it’s easy, inexpensive and lot’s of fun. If you start in the spring, you’ll have a generous supply of fresh herbs to include in your favorite recipes by summer. Probably the hardest part of growing herbs from seeds is deciding which herbs to grow. The best advice is to start with the herbs you like or use the most. Some of my favorites are parsley, chives, basil and wheatgrass. Whether …

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The Basics Of Japanese Gardening

The Basics Of Japanese Gardening By Hoyce Choyce Things to keep in mind for a beautiful garden. Main principles on the garden’s design Bring the Japanese feeling into your garden with these basic steps. First of all, embrace the ideal of nature. That means, keep things in your garden as natural as possible, avoiding to include things that could disrupt this natural appearance. For example, don’t include square ponds in your design as square ponds are nowhere to be found in nature. Also, a waterfall would be something closer to what exists in nature if we compare it to a …

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