Jana Svobodova
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Love this built-in corner pantry

kinda liking the corner cupboard idea - even though there is a bit of 'wasted' space - saw some cool ones at ikea

How to Grow Asparagus Crowns

How To do it : Choose a sunny part of the garden with good drainage. Dig a trench and check the pH, which be to Plant the crowns about 8 in. deep and 15 in. Cover initially with 2 in. of dirt, and gradually fill the trench as the spears emerge.

Storing Potatoes. Storing potatoes properly is an important part of our gardening. We grow a lot of potatoes (some years over 250 pounds) so it is important that we keep those potatoes lasting as long as possible in our winter storage.

Storing potatoes properly is an important part of our gardening. We grow a lot of potatoes (some years over 250 pounds) so it is important that we keep those potatoes lasting as long as possible in our winter storage.

Keep Apples Fresh for Over a Year (without a root cellar) — Practical Self Reliance

Keep Apples Fresh for Over a Year (without a root cellar) — Practical Self Reliance

Previous Pinner: Did you know that you can actually grow ginger indoors? Being a tropical plant it does not tolerate frost, so unless you live in a warm, humid climate, it’s best to grow ginger in a pot indoors.

Grow a mango plant! Remove the seed from the pit. Wrap in damp paper towels and put in an airtight container for about 2 weeks. Check it and change the paper towels if they are dry or icky. It's ready to plant when it has a nice root. This tree was already starting to grow when I unwrapped it.  Plant the seed flat with the root down (I use tropical plant soil) and don't completely cover the seed. Make sure not to let the plant dry out . . . I usually water it every few days. Class dismissed!

Grow a mango plant! Remove the seed from the pit. Wrap in damp paper towels and put in an airtight container for about 2 weeks. Check it and change the paper towels if they are dry or icky. It's ready to plant when it has a nice root. This tree was alread

There is no need to dilute it or mask it with some other scent; the vinegar smell dissipates very quickly, leaving the coop sparkling clean ... at least until the chickens return.

The Chicken Chick®: Search results for 5 tips for a cleaner coop with less effort