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Dont Throw That Out! Use it for the Garden

Last week was an article about how to create your own watering ‘can’ using a milk jug. This article is going to be similar, by focusing on what other recyclables you can use for various gardening needs. 560 more words

Rabbit Pots and Bunny Berries

We have been stretching all of our boundaries lately.

Earlier this year we invested in a cubit press from the Urban Rabbit Project to make… 313 more words

Pet Rabbits

Plants for sale to support gardens in Los Angeles

Plants for sale close to W. Adams and Normandie at the Erika J. Glazer Community Garden. Join the community sale on Saturday, April 19th from 10am to 1pm and if you have any questions please get in contact with Aisha Farley.

(213) 797-6550

Almost free gardening ideas: DIY plant pots

So you decided to grow your kitchen scraps, or seeds. The foundations of your garden can quickly eat your budget before you have even started. Last year, my first year with my own garden, I spent hundreds of dollars on special shelves, seedling trays, tiny pots, covers, sprayers, sprouters, they all add up! 389 more words


How to grow better tomatoes in Tennessee

Most of us grow tomatoes at some point in our lives, whether it’s a one time shot, or whether you’ve become a tried and true tomato veteran.  626 more words


May 15, progress in the greenhouse

SUNFLOWER.  A few days ago I started some Sunflower seeds- this variety is light yellow, different from the traditional dark yellow types. Each plant should have several blooms as opposed to one giant bloom at the top of some dark yellow varieties.   641 more words

Home Gardening

Green Thumbs and Green Rewards: Starting a Vegetable or Herb Garden

Nothing is more rewarding that starting your own garden. Watching the whole process from a plant seed in a paper packet to a tiny sprout emerging from damp soil to a finished, glowing, and ready-to-pluck vegetable or herb. 1,032 more words

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