keep shells in open container in fridge. When full, crush shells into small bits and sprinkle around base of plants. Sharp eggshells will deter slugs, snails, and other bugs from nibbling on garden and add touch of calcium to soil.
Many items can be reused and repurposed for seed starting containers. Empty cardboard egg cartons, and even egg shells themselves make great little seed starting pots - and can be popped right into the garden at planting time!
Sounds like a good idea: Start your tomato seeds like this then put the whole thing in the ground when you plant them, the tomatoes will thrive off the egg shells (calcium--helping prevent blossom rot)
Planting a vegetable garden in pots - Place raw uncracked egg in bottom. As it decomposes, it naturally fertilizes your mini- veg garden. Do outside of course! wonder if this really works or just stinks up the back yard.
How to grow garlic indoors_AJO_ using a garlic clove that had sprouted in with the onions. So much easier that I thought it would be. Grew so fast I had to transplant it to a bigger pot after just a couple of weeks. So much fun.
Natural Garden Repellents: "This guide is about mother nature's best fertilizers and bug repellents. Gardening naturally with the best repellents and fertilizers helps keep your yard and garden safe for everyone.
<input class="jpibfi" type="hidden" >Do you want to grow your own lemon tree at home? It’s feasible to do that because seeds from the citrus fruits you eat, such as lemon, orange and grapefruit, can be grown indoors with some basic cares.