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Grow Your Own Guacamole Garden
a pineapple in a mason jar on a table with other jars and utensils
Lad være med at smide avocado-stenen ud - dyrk i stedet din egen avocadoplante
Det er sjovt og dekorativt at gendyrke en avocado. Alt, hvad du skal bruge er stenen, tandstikker og et glas med vand ...
four different plates with food on them
13 Vegetables That You Can Regrow Again And Again
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an info sheet showing the different types of food in each country, including meats and vegetables
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the info sheet shows how to grow avocado trees
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pineapples are arranged in different stages of growing
Ananasplanter – DIY Lav selv grønne planter af toppen af en ananas
Det er let at lave en ananasplante, så næste gang du køber og spiser en ananas, kan du overveje om toppen skal smides ud, eller om den skal i et glas vand og spire. Læs en grundigere DIY herunder. …
four pictures showing different stages of growing an avocado from seed to plant in glass vases
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there are three pots that have onions in them, and one has green stems growing out of it
And use leftover coffee grounds to enrich your soil and repel critters.
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9 Items You Can Upcycle Into Seed Starters
9 Upcycled Seed Starters ~ Reusing &a Recycling: Small plastic yogurt containers, glass jars, strawberry plastic containers, plastic milk jugs, plastic soda bottles, citrus rinds, paper egg cartons, newspaper, and paper towel &a toilet paper cardboard rolls.
garlic is growing in the garden with text that reads stop buying garlic here's how to grow an endless supply of garlic right at home
Simple 5 steps to Grow Garlic * Break up the garlic bulb into cloves and bury them a couple inches deep in loose, damp soil. * Make sure you keep the pointed side of the clove facing upwards. * When your garlic sprouts, make sure to give them water when the topsoil feels dry but be sure to not overwater – garlic tends to not need too much water. * Cut off any flowers that bloom to preserve the flavor of your garlic. * Once your garlic plant has 5 or 6 leaves, it’s ready to be pulled up!