Lynda Symons

Lynda Symons
Taupo, New Zealand / I love to paint the beauty I imitate the Master. What a joy!
Lynda Symons
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love these pieces by UK based artist Sarah Walton… her squiggly embroidery, those floopy hounds, and a whole bunch of crazy/vintage floral patterns. Um, I have nothing else to say, as I am currently experiencing some kind of jealousy overload.

7 Natural Uses For Baking Soda In The Garden - Plant Care Today. Never knew baking soda could not only act as a fungicide but it can also treat and prevent powdery mildew, discourages gnats in soil, fungus on leaves, weeds and kills cabbage worms and crabgrass while keep your hands clean.

7 Natural Uses For Baking Soda In The Garden - Plant Care Today Make a Non-Toxic Fungicide Spray to Treat and Prevent Powdery Mildew Discourage Gnats In Soil & Fungus on Leaves Discourage Weeds Kill Cabbage Worms Kill Crabgrass Clean Your Hands

Tips for growing Cilantro. I did NOT know these things.

Cilantro bolting is one of the most frustrating things about this popular herb. Many gardeners ask “why does cilantro bolt?” and “how can I keep cilantro from flowering?” This article will help explain.

Growing rose cuttings using potatoes. I’ll have to give it a try. I also like the idea someone left in the comments to propagate the roses from bouquets of bought flowers. Great way to make a gift last for a long time.

a pinner said.Growing rose cuttings with potatoes. The other day, I read you can propagate roses by sticking rose cuttings in potatoes, and then sticking them in the ground. I decided to try it out using my rose bush, which is blooming like crazy