Foods you can regrow from Scraps [Infographic]

Foods to grow once and grow forever

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Guide to growing and using Herbs [Infographic]

Originally Published by Health Perch

Learning More About These Flavorful Ingredients

It’s about thyme you considered growing an herb garden. Herbs are easy to grow and can be incorporated into almost any dish for a flavorful kick.

Heading to a party? Why not bring a dip with some fresh grown chives. Getting ready to grill some meat? Try rubbing it with thyme, first. Knowing what herbs go with what food can be tricky. This infographic will teach you which herbs to use when you cook, what their flavor is so you can try some experimenting and their proper growing conditions.

 

Homegrown plants for common cures

It is known knowledge that, herbs grown around the house can turn out to be cures for common ailments. Instead of wasting gas to go to the drug store every now and then, grow some of this around the house in pots and place them in sun windowsill’s herb garden. This can easily be bought from garden stores and planted in the pots.

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Recipe: Rosemary-Lemon Salmon

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Delicious way to eat the most beneficial Omega-3 fats 🙂

Eat Good, Feel Good.
¡Provecho!

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How to keep Cats out of The Yard / Garden

By Nikki Phipps (Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden)
Originally posted on Gardening Know How

While there are many repellents on the market aimed at keeping these animals at bay, there are no sure-fire results, as each cat responds to repellents differently. Let’s look at how to keep cats out of the yard and how to keep cats out of my garden soil.

How to Keep Cats Out of My Garden Soil

It’s no secret – cats are unpredictable and extremely territorial, so keeping cats out of garden areas can be a bit tricky. They mark their territory by depositing pheromones from scent glands (urinating or otherwise), and will continue to visit as long as their scent remains. Therefore, if an area of your garden has been frequented by a cat, the first thing you must do to keep cats out of the yard is remove any feces along with some of the soil.

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