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Odds 'n EndsWhat Do YOU Need Covered?

December 10th, 2013

You've most likely seen the standard-type outdoor furniture and equipment covers, and may even already protect your most common outdoor lifestyle belongings with outdoor covers, but have you thought about covering your bicycle, your rotary mower or even your stack of firewood? Just as outdoor protective covers extend the life of your patio sets, chairs, […]

What's on YOUR Emergency Survival Grocery List?

December 9th, 2013

Do you have your pantry stocked with all of the items from your survival grocery list? Ohyou don't have a survival grocery list? That needs to be fixed! One of the first considerations you should have when choosing items for your emergency grocery list is the shelf-life under less-than-ideal conditions. For example, if you have […]

How to Grow Dracaena Plants

December 5th, 2013

Here are some easy tips on how to grow Dracaena plants: These popular foliage plants are easy to grow. Indoors, they like bright, filtered to low-light areas, average room temperatures, and little water. They do not like cold drafts. Outdoors, Dracaena plants grow best in a fertile, well-drained soil in full to partial sun. A […]

'Tis the SeasonFor Fireplaces & Wood-Burning Stoves

December 3rd, 2013

Which means it's also the season for strained backs, splinters and snagged and sap-covered clothing, unless you have a wood carrier. Hopefully you don't store your wood too close to the house. Wood is a termite's favorite food and your wood pile is the ideal restaurant. Storing your wood too close to the house can […]

Gazing Balls Help Your Garden Grow

November 27th, 2013

Will Gazing Balls make my garden healthier? Yes, you bet! Here's how it works: The very material that makes these particular gazing balls so indestructible, shiny and …..

Vegetable Seed Sale

November 26th, 2013

Why Organic Vegetable Seeds from Garden Harvest Supply?   Our Organic Vegetable Seeds are Certified organic. No artificial chemical fertilizers, growth hormones or synthetic pesticides have been used in their raising, which means: Our organic veggie seeds are a fantastic value for the price. Our organic vegetable seeds are fresh. Our organic vegetable seeds have […]

Improve Your Soil with Lime

November 21st, 2013

Most gardeners think of lime as an amendment to add to acid soil. This is absolutely true, and we have written about this use in a previous newsletter. But lime is also very beneficial for clay soil, even when acidity is not a problem. In fact, most clay soil is alkaline, but lime can improve […]

How to Grow the Most Flavorful Onions

November 20th, 2013

Growing the best-tasting onions doesn’t happen by accident. Yes, you can grow onions by pretty much letting them do their own thing: you'll have onions; you'll have plenty of onions; you'll have onions suitable for most recipes. But, you will NOT have the most flavorful onions. The first recommendation for growing the best onions is […]

How To Remove Dog Urine?

November 19th, 2013

If you have ever had a puppy or an aging dog, you probably have wondered how to remove dog urine. You not only need to remove the stain, but you need to eliminate the odor. Bear in mind that just because you can't smell the odor, it doesn't mean that it's gone. The offending dog […]

How to Grow Dichondra Plants

November 13th, 2013

Here are some easy tips on how to grow Dichondra plants: If by seed, first prepare planting area by spraying with glyphosate (herbacide.) Mix as package directs. After 2 weeks, till soil 2-3 in. deep, water, and re-apply herbicide to any new weeds. After another 2 weeks, rake seedbed and sow seed (1 lb. per […]