nothing is more annoying then having some critter dig in your veggie garden and ruin your future harvest!
Simple hack thought of by my six year!
Stick plastic forks, knives, and skewers in soil to prevent digging.
Works like a charm!
No seeds required!
1) Save leftover celery & green onion scraps
2) place in water till little white roots appear…usually takes a week
3) change water daily
4) after roots appear, place in pot or garden
*tip: for celery, I remove the out layers. Seems to help with survival rate…mine is about 50%*
*tip: no garden, no worries! These scraps grow great in containers*
5) enjoy fresh homegrown veggies!
Every morning, just like the sun rises, I drink coffee and make eggs. Instead of throwing away my grinds & shells, I save them and place in my garden bed.
Eggs shells adds valuable nutrients to the soil; in particular, calcium. Calcium is vital in cell growth for a healthy and abundant garden.
Rinse the egg shells before placing in garden bed, that way no nasty ants eat the remains.
Because coffee makes everything better (duh) and naturally repels ants, slugs, and gives the soil a nitrogen boost.
Mix coffee grounds into top layer of soil to avoid grounds drying out. The dried grounds may repel water!