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23 GENIUS IDEAS FOR YOUR GARDEN

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23 GENIUS IDEAS FOR YOUR GARDEN

GARDEN IDEAS YOU SHOULD TRY

Gardening season has started recently and we prepared a selection of ideas on how to grow different plants without an effort!
Watermelon growing requires a lot of sun and space. Watermelon is grown from seed. Take a plastic box and place tissue inside. Place seeds over the tissue and spray them with water. Cover the box with wrapping plastic and make some holes. Wit for four days for the seeds to soften. After that place seeds in small pots. Remember that watermelons grow better at high temperatures and in sunny areas.
Use eggshells as seeding pots. When your plants outgrow their temporary homes, place them in eggshells into the soil. You can grow tomatoes in these pots. Moreover, eggshell is a natural fertilizer. Moreover, you will learn how to grow onions, cucumbers, strawberries, pumpkins, avocados and more!
If you love plants and you usually decorate your house with plants, this video created for you! You will learn how to make cute succulent planters out of tin cans and clothespins. Hanging plants look so cool! You will learn how to make them using popsicle sticks. One more stylish décor idea is to make – a vertical garden. Instead of framing the picture, you can create a vertical garden with your favorite plants.
Check out an incredible idea of how water plants when you are away. Take a pot with water and cut a long piece of cotton or nylon twine. Place one end of the twine into a pot and the other end into a planter. Make sure that a pot with water is above the base of the plant.

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00:09 How to grow a watermelon
01:03 Use eggshells as planters
05:20 Cute planter for succulents
07:12 Vertical garden idea

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02:26 How to grow tomato
03:03 Grow pineapple tree at home

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Weird Garden Remedies That Actually Works Like Crazy

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Weird Garden Remedies That Actually Works Like Crazy

Organic gardeners will often go to any length to keep their plants happy and safe, but without the use of harmful chemical fertilizers and pesticides. 
Here are 7 weird garden remedies that sounds crazy but Actually works.

1.Weed tea as fertilizer.
Brew a weed tea fertilizer to take sweet revenge on the weeds that rob your garden plants of nutrients. Cut up the weeds and dunk them in a tub of water kept in the sun. In a few days, a nitrogen-rich green tea will be ready. Use it as soil fertilizer or foliar spray.

2.Water from boiling eggs.
All you need to do is reserve the water used after boiling-eggs – when the eggs boil, calcium leaches into the water, making excellent feed for your plants. You could also do the same with water from boiled vegetables. Make sure you let it cool completely before using. 

3.Vinegar as weed killer
Most organic gardeners do not like to use herbicides in their garden, but they may have second thoughts when their gardens are run over by weeds. Vinegar is an environment-friendly alternative to chemical weed killers.
Pour some vinegar into a spray bottle and drench the weeds with it. Do this on a hot, sunny day for best results. The acid will scorch the weeds and kill-them in a few days. Water the area afterward to remove excess acidity or sprinkle baking-soda on soil to neutralize it.

4.Adjust pH with wood ash and coffee grounds.
When you grow different types of plants in your garden, their PH needs may vary.
Wood ash from wood burning stoves and fireplaces can alkalinize the soil in your asparagus patch and vegetable beds growing broccoli, beans, and beet. Coffee grounds can be used around ericaceous plants like roses, azaleas, and rhododendrons.

5.Let Neem protect your plants from pests.
Neem-oil extracted from the seeds of the Neem tree is the best way to keep your edibles safe from pests. Neem-oil interferes with feeding as well as the development process of the insects, making them incapable of proliferating.
To make a spray, add a few drops of any detergent to a quart of warm water and then mix in a teaspoonful of Neem-oil.  Shake well and spray liberally on the foliage.

6.Add oyster shells and eggshells to your garden beds.
Crushed shells of oysters and eggs make slow-release fertilizers that will keep your garden-soil sweet and healthy. Crush them with a rolling-pin to make the pieces as small as you can. The calcium-carbonate in the shells makes the soil-alkaline, so use it around plants that love alkaline soil.

7.Improve fruit set with Epsom-salt.
If you find your pepper plants dropping fruit, turn to Epsom-salt. You will see a definite improvement in fruit set almost immediately. To make a foliar spray of Epsom-salt, mix 2 tablespoons in a quart bottle of warm-water and shake well to dissolve. Spray the pepper plants once every two weeks from the time they start flowering until the fruiting is over.

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Baking Soda as Pesticide | Powerful Organic Pesticide | Baking Soda in the Garden

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Use Vinegar In Your Garden And Watch What Happens

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Did you know that you can use vinegar in your garden too? That’s right! Whether you have white vinegar or want to maximize your apple cider vinegar uses, there are many different ways you can utilize this miracle ingredient outside of the kitchen.

Vinegar makes a perfect DIY non-toxic solution for many gardening troubles – from natural weed control to enhancing soil, and feeding your plants. You can even use vinegar to keep raccoons out of your garden!

In this how to video, we’ll show you 15 creative ways to use vinegar in the garden!

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10 Organic Ways to Control Pests in the Garden

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In this video, I show you my 10 top organic ways to get rid of pests in your garden. There’s no need for harsh pesticides or chemicals just these simple tips to grow lots of fruit and vegetables!

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Homemade Organic Pesticide: Aphids, spider mites, and other pests can cause serious damage to flowers, fruits, and vegetables. These creatures attack your garden in swarms, literally draining the life from your crops and often inviting disease in the process. Many chemical pesticides can prove unsafe for the environment or may make fruits and vegetables unsafe for consumption, however. Thankfully, there are many homemade, organic options for you to turn to in your war against pests.

Remedy 1 using chilies & Garlic

• Combine 1/2 cup (113 grams) of hot peppers with 1/2 cup (113 grams) of garlic cloves or onions. You may also use both onions and garlic. All the vegetables should be chopped prior to use

• Blend the vegetables together in a blender to form a thick, chunky paste.

• Add the vegetable paste to half a liter of warm water mixing the ingredients together Thoroughly.

• Pour the solution into a plastic or glass container and allow it to sit for 24 hours. If possible, keep it in a sunny location. If not, at least keep the mixture in a warm spot.

• Next, Pour the solution through a strainer, removing the vegetables and collecting the vegetable-infused water into another container. This water is your pesticide.
• Pour your pesticide into a squirt bottle and spray on the affected plants

Remedy 2 using orange peels
• Peel an orange and Place the peels into a glass container and pour 2 cups (500 milliliters) of boiling water over the peels, Allowing the solution to sit in a warm spot for 24 hours.

• Next, Pour the solution into a strainer, removing the peels and saving the citrus-infused water

• Add a few drops of castile soap. Peppermint-scented castile soap may prove especially effective. Mix the solution thoroughly to combine

• Pour the pesticide into a large squirt bottle and Spray the entire plant to ward off most soft-bodied pests

Remedy 3 Using neem
• Combine 15 milliliters of neem oil with 1/2 teaspoon mild soap. Many believe neem oil, which comes from a bitter tree leaf, to be one of the most effective natural pesticides in existence

• Mix the neem and soap into 2 liters of warm water Stirring slowly but thoroughly.

• Pour the pesticide into a spray bottle and spray on spots where you can clearly see pests or signs of pests.

Remedy 4 using tobacco
• Mix 1 cup of tobacco into 2 liters of water. 
• Sit the mixture out in the sun or in warm location, allowing it to rest for 24 hours.
• Check the color of the mixture. Ideally, the pesticide will look similar to the hue of a light tea. If it is too dark, dilute it with water. If it is too light to see, allow it to sit an additional few hours
• Add 3 tablespoons of mild liquid dish soap to the solution and Mix thoroughly.
• Pour the mixture into a large squirt bottle. Shake the solution inside the bottle once more to combine it further and spray on affected plants.

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Homemade Garden Pesticide

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Homemade Garden Pesticide:

• Garden pesticides are used to prevent unwanted crops & pests
• Natural organic pesticides are non- toxic and easy to make.

Commercial pesticide may contain harmful chemicals that may cause:

• Neurological disorders
• Parkinson’s disease
• Childhood leukemia
• Asthma
• Cancer

Homemade garden pesticide using neem & essential oils:

Neem has properties that disrupt the hormonal balance in insects and stops them from eating and breeding. The essential oils used in this pesticide have also been found to repel insects

1. Add 2 liters of water in a big spray bottle
2. Add to it 2 tbsp of neem oil
3. Add ½ tsp rosemary essential oil
4. Add ½ tsp lavender essential oil
5. Close the bottle
6. Your spray is ready

Do make sure to spray this pesticide on all parts of the plants and keep shaking the bottle as you use it, so the water and oil are always well blended

Homemade garden pesticide using garlic, onion & cayenne pepper:

1. Take 2 cups of warm water in a blender
2. Add 2 whole cloves of organic garlic
3. Add 1 roughly chopped organic onion
4. Add to it 2 organic cayenne peppers or organic red chilies. We
will be adding organic chilies
5. Now blend them well to make a puree
6. Pour this mixture in a bottle and leave it for 2 days
7. Strain the liquid and store it in a refrigerator
8. Take 1 part of the mixture in a spray bottle
9. Dilute it with 5 parts of water
10. Your spray is ready

Just make sure that the liquid that you store in your fridge doesn’t get mixed up with your consumables

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• Remove any infected or rotten leaves before spraying a pesticide
• Use good quality soil

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Five NATURAL GARDEN BED DESIGN IDEAS Anyone Can Do

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Five NATURAL GARDEN BED DESIGN IDEAS Anyone Can Do

Five natural garden bed design ideas that will make your garden more ecological and productive. Put together, these garden bed design methods and strategies will improve your garden soil, reduce watering needs, increase biodiversity, minimize pest damage, and so much more! Ecological gardening practices imitate natural ecosystems (like forests) — and no forest ever needed chemicals, fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides and all the rest of it!

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Gardening 101: How To Start A Garden

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How to make a WILDLIFE GARDEN! The FOUR things you MUST INCLUDE!

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How to make a WILDLIFE GARDEN! The FOUR things you MUST INCLUDE!

In the UK gardens cover more land than all of our nature and wildlife reserves combined. The value of gardens for wildlife is therefore exponential!
In this video I briefly cover the four main things you should consider when trying to make a wildlife garden or improve a garden for wildlife: Providing water, Providing food, Providing access and Providing somewhere for wildlife to make their homes.
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