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Archive for June, 2014


   Jun 30

Happy Canada Day!

What’s on Canada Day in Ottawa | Ottawa Citizen http://ottawacitizen.com Fri, 27 Jun 2014 14:01:40 GMT There’s no better place to celebrate Canada’s birthday than the capital and, once again, there’s a full slate of activities on offer for the Hill and beyond. Read more …

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   Jun 30

How much Food can you grow in your Backyard? They’re Growing 6,000 lbs. in their Urban Homestead! Must Watch Video

The typical backyards of America usually have a lawn area, some flower beds and perhaps a small garden plot. Did you know with the typical area of American backyards you can grow most of your food and cut your grocery bills way down. Watch how this family who live on 1/10 acre located just 15 […]

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   Jun 30

Wide Row Gardening for Intensive Gardening

I started experimenting with wide row gardening after listening to Lois Hole speaking and encouraging us to try it. I started with patches of carrots and patches of lettuce. I picked up the book “Garden Way’s Joy of Gardening” and became totally inspired to do more wide row gardening adding huge pea patches,arugula and rhubarb […]

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   Jun 29

Aahh! The weeds are starting to take over and they most certainly will. Here’s 5 Strategies for a Weed-Free Garden

It doesn’t take long for the weeds to start moving in! Be Prepared If you’re anything like me, you love to garden not only for the amazing nutrient-dense food that a garden provides your family and community, but also for the beauty and wonder of the garden.  Weeds are not only competition for the nutrients […]

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   Jun 23

Go Figure! The Things You can do with Recycled Tires! Check out “Frieda the Frog” and a Giant Tea Cup

Come meet “Frieda La Frog” made by Two Women and a Hoe™ made of recycled tires in the GARDEN! Click  Below  to find out How to Make “Frieda La Frog” From Recycled Tires. Read more … Then Check out these cute Painted Tea Cups and 5 Garden Art Pieces From Recycled Materials | DIY Cozy […]

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   Jun 23

It’s Strawberry Season! Try a Strawberry Grow Tower for an Abundance of Delicious Strawberries! Here’s How…

I LOVE Strawberries and like to harvest them in abundance and with ease. How about you?        Check this out: How To Build Your Own Strawberry Tower   http://www.gardensall.com/?p=345

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   Jun 21

Unique Gardens for some Summer Inspiration

6 Unique Gardens To Motivate You This Spring | The I Love … 6 Unique Gardens To Motivate You This Spring. Stories. Mar 14, 2014. 0 899. We just LOVE checking out other gardener’s yards! Whether it’s a veggie garden or a floral garden, these 5 have us ready to jump in and get our […]

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   Jun 21

Bring on the Sun! Longest Day of the Year and Summer Solstice Celebrations

Thousands turn out to welcome summer solstice CROWDS swarmed the Stonehenge overnight to celebrate the summer solstice and welcome the longest day of the year. An estimated 37,000 people made a pilgrimage to the Stonehenge near Avebury, in Wiltshire, to wait for the sun to rise this morning.The summer solstice has a long tradition of […]

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   Jun 06

Waterwise Gardening Tips

Water saving Tips from Water Providers Consortium « Reed … Adjust your sprinklers to water your lawn and garden, not the street or sidewalk. Water early in the morning (before 10 a.m.) or later in the evening (after 6 p.m.) when temperatures are cooler and evaporation is minimized. Water established lawns about one inch per week (a […]

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