Andrew Legge
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Once your lavender plant has had one year to establish itself, you will need to prune your lavender once a year. The best time to prune lavender is in the spring just as the new growth is starting to come in. The next step for trimming lavender is to prune off 1/3 of the plant. This will force the lavender to create new and more growth, which will not only keep the lavender bush from going woody, but will also help to increase the amount of lavender available for harvest later in the season.

Once your lavender plant has had one year to establish itself, you will need to prune your lavender once a year. The best time to prune lavender is in the spring just as the new growth is starting to come in. The next step for trimming lavender is to pru

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Companion Planting Chart : find your crop in the left column then look to find good companions and bad companions. (Link is bad, but chart is readable)

Trolltunga, Norway

Submission to 'Post Pictures Of Tiny Humans Lost In The Majesty Of Nature '

The hexagon cells that make up each COREgravel panel form a rigid honeycomb design that holds gravel in place and supports load distribution. The underside is a geotextile allowing water to drain easily and prevents weed growth. Interlocking system edges support assembly.

The hexagon cells that make up each COREgravel panel form a rigid honeycomb design that holds gravel in place and supports load distribution. The underside is a geotextile allowing water to drain easily and prevents weed growth.

This would be great for extending the season on pumpkins and watermelons

Covered Greenhouse Garden Step-by-step covered greenhouse raised bed garden. this is perfect for starter crops, low growing crops, etc. Greenhouses are an excellent idea to protect your crops fro.

Self watering tomato plants

Gardening Tip- Easy way to reach the roots of a Container plant, poke holes in a water bottle or soda bottle, bury between a couple seedlings and water as needed. by krista