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Most people have a fascination for divining, which is simply a way of tuning into our intuition. It can be employed in a multitude of ways and I will try
Hello Gardeners, Most of what I have to say won't be relevant for your gardens, but I hope you'll find what I have to say interesting anyway. For the
Ants hate peppermint. Take boiling water, add some form of peppermint (tea bags, plant cuttings, etc.). Let steep till lukewarm. Pour into ant holes. Garanteed
Hi all, My purple beans were doing really well up until yesterday. We experienced extreme heat and wind, some of the leaves were scorched. The plant has
Do the phases of the moon affect your gardening? Here's a lunar planting guide to optimise your results if you believe in gardening by the moon.
Easy to read information on vegetable crop rotation. Follow this plan on succession planting and reap the benefits.
Companion planting is about which plants help each other. Find out which gardening combinations work to control pests and increase yields.
How to Grow Spring Onions, often called Scallions, Salad, Green and Bunching Onions
Use no dig gardening methods for growing herbs. Get an instant herb garden with great results.
If you want to know everything about how to grow onions, it's all here.
All the tips you need on growing onions in the home garden. This kitchen essential is easy to grow by following this advice.
Onion pests and diseases are few and far between, but find out here what to expect and how to deal with them.
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