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This Unorthodox Gardener Stopped Tilling and Turning One of our longtime GardensAll community members sent us a link that ties in with the use of hay and...

Epsom Salt for People Epsom is most commonly thought of as a healing remedy for soaking tired feet or a hot restorative bath, but it can also...

The US Nation's Largest Recycling Program Earth Day We use Milorganite fertilizer, so we thought we'd share this with you. The origin of Earth Day, coincidentally, is...

Small yard? Colder climate? Try espalier! Many people would love to grow fruit trees, but for the space it takes and the warmer climate and...

Do Squirrels Eat Tomatoes? You bet they do! We love animals, and watching the squirrels interact and play in our woodland yard is enjoyable. But......

Transform Used CDs Into Light Catchers, Windchimes and Bird-chasers Here are some crafty garden ideas for what to do with used CDs. And more than...

Tomato Stakes Made of Wire and Bamboo Stakes We dedicate a lot of growing space to tomatoes in the GardensAll gardens. Most of them are being grown...

"Cereus-ly" Worth the Wait By Sharon Hughes After four years, this amazing plant my sister gave me finally bloomed. Once. Well, the first flower, that is....

Eat That Hedge! We love the concept of edible landscapes. For years we've only planted for beauty and aesthetics, mainly because we live in the...

Olla Irrigation What is an olla pot? Generally pronounced as OI-yah, or OY-ya, but also as AW-yah, and olla in English as OH-lah, Olla pots have been...