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9 Upcycled Seed Starters ~ Reusing &a Recycling:  Small plastic yogurt containers, glass jars, strawberry plastic containers, plastic milk jugs, plastic soda bottles, citrus rinds, paper egg cartons, newspaper, and paper towel &a toilet paper cardboard rolls.

9 Items You Can Upcycle Into Seed Starters

9 Upcycled Seed Starters // #recycling #gardening #plants #greenthumb #seeds #flowers #vegetables #garden #goodful

8 Things You Can Upcycle Into Planters

How To Improve your Garden soil without a compost heap - An easy way to recycle kitchen waste directly in your soil.: Farm Gardens, Kitchen Herb Gardens, Kitchen Garden Ideas, Vege Garden Ideas, Outdoor Gardens, Kitchen Gardening, Veggie Gardens, Cottage Gardens, Vegetables Garden

How To Improve Your Garden Soil Without A Compost Heap

How To Improve your Garden soil without a compost heap - An easy way to recycle kitchen waste directly in your soil. - Coffee grounds also work very well as a mulch around plants.

I did this with seeds from dates we ate in Israel Feb. 2008 & have 2 plants. (TBB) Medjool Dates, Green Beans, Seeds, Green Bean

How to Grow a Medjool Date Palm From Seed

I did this with seeds from dates we ate in Israel Feb. 2008 & have 2 plants. (TBB)

How to improve your soil without a compost heap with eggshells, coffee grounds, and banana peels Kitchen Waste, Kitchen Garden Ideas, Diy Garden Ideas On A Budget, Patio Decorating Ideas On A Budget, Kitchen Plants, Garden Tips, Easy Garden, Allotment Ideas Budget, Diy Garden Projects

How to improve your soil without a compost heap with eggshells, coffee grounds, and banana peels. unused coffee grounds or leftover coffee is always such a wonderful pick-me-up for acid loving plants.

Banana peels, used coffee grounds, and eggshell tea make for some free fertilizers that plants really love. Uses For Coffee Grounds, Herb Garden, Garden Compost, Garden Plants, Vegetable Garden, Lawn And Garden, Flowering Plants, Egg Shells, Garden Projects

Banana peels, used coffee grounds, and eggshell tea make for some free fertilizers that plants really love. Use your non-meat and dairy kitchen waste. Make happy thriving plants.

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