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Growing Watermelon in Containers | How to Grow Watermelon in Pot Vertically

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Growing Watermelon in Containers | How to Grow Watermelon in Pot Vertically

Growing watermelon in containers allows this big, sweet and juicy fruit to grow in smallest of spaces. Sweet and watery watermelons are without a doubt an iconic fruit due of their high water content and soft red flesh. Those supermarket melons can’t be like homegrown fresh and organic melons. You can even plant them in a small space like a balcony, it is possible by growing watermelon vertically in a pot. Propagation and Planting Watermelon in Pot Watermelon has long taproot and it doesn’t transplant well that’s why it is better to sow the seeds directly in a pot. Sow 3-4 seeds directly...

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Eat the right foods to fight inflammation. Start gardening today.

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Eat the right foods to fight inflammation. Start gardening today.

 

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How many seeds should you plant for proper growth?

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How many seeds should you plant for proper growth?

 

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HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR GARDEN SOIL WITHOUT A COMPOST HEAP

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HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR GARDEN SOIL WITHOUT A COMPOST HEAP

A compost heap is a great way to recycle kitchen waste and improve your garden soil for free. However not everyone has the space needed and depending on where you live.   It’s not always necessary to compost kitchen waste before adding it to your soil. So here are a few tips on how you can improve your garden soil without a compost heap using three kitchen scraps you’d normally throw away.   3 KITCHEN INGREDIENTS THAT IMPROVE YOUR GARDEN SOIL EGG SHELLS Rinse out any egg shells you have and allow them to dry for a few days in...

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Top 10 Nutrient-Dense Fruits and Vegetables to Grow

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Top 10 Nutrient-Dense Fruits and Vegetables to Grow

One of the great joys of growing your own vegetables and fruits is that you have complete control over exactly what you grow, and how you grow it. And because you can harvest and eat them when they’re perfectly ripe and fresh, none of those all-important nutrients are lost. If your priority is produce packed with nutrients, you can really up the ante. Read on about our countdown of ten of the most nutrient-dense crops that are sure to give you the glow of good health! 10. Cucumber Good for the heart, great for weight loss and a boon for healthy...

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