How to Grow Lettuce Microgreens Fast and Easy

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There’s nothing better than having access to fresh, nutrient-dense salad greens that practically grow themselves, right? I can already hear you saying, “Yeah, that’d be nice, if they existed…” Well, …

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Best Wasp Trap: Wiping Your Wasp Woes Away

The post Best Wasp Trap: Wiping Your Wasp Woes Away is by Lorin Nielsen and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.

Have wasps decided that the eaves of your house look like a fantastic place to move in? I know I’ve had troubles with them here in California well into the …

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Creating My Post-Harvest Processing and Juicing Station

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I don’t know about you, but I often harvest more than I expect in the garden. And when that happens…I feel like I need a dedicated space to process my …

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Jacob’s Ladder Plant: Growing Polemonium Caeruleum At Home

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Once upon a time, the Jacob’s ladder plant was called the “charity plant”, although it shouldn’t be confused with the Mahonia species that also bears that common name. It’s also …

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Growing Carrots: Grow A Rainbow Of Tasty Vegetables In Your Yard

The post Growing Carrots: Grow A Rainbow Of Tasty Vegetables In Your Yard is by Lorin Nielsen and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.

If you’re looking for an easy-growing fall crop, growing carrots might be the way to go. These root vegetables can be sown in early September for a November harvest in …

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Bachelor Buttons: Cornflowers And Blue Caps To Brighten Your Beds

The post Bachelor Buttons: Cornflowers And Blue Caps To Brighten Your Beds is by Lorin Nielsen and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.

One of my favorite flowers, bachelor buttons are sometimes called cornflowers. And it’s from there that the color “cornflower blue” derives its name! Also called basket flowers, blue bonnets, blue …

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Preserve the Beauty of the Garden with Cyanotype Sun Print Cards

There are many ways to collect beauty from the garden and preserve it but one of my favorites is to create greeting cards using a historic photographic method, cyanotype printing (you can read more…

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Fall Container Care and Maintenance + DIY Container Ideas

As the season starts to change from the hot long days of summer to the cooler, shorter days of fall you may be wondering what to do with your container gardens. Containers are the perfect way to…

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Pampering Peppermint Coconut Foot Scrub

What do achy, dry, rough feet need? A little pampering straight from the garden! That’s right, even your feet benefit from a little garden therapy. This peppermint foot scrub is made…

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All-Natural Dog Deodorant Spray

Get rid of that stinky dog smell with this homemade dog deodorant that smells like refreshing lavender and lemon. I certainly don’t have a lot of dog, but despite his small size he can get…

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