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How to Bring Your Summer Herbs Indoors

Now that the nip of fall is in the air, the summer flowers and herbs in your garden are probably on their last leg. While many of your flowers may be annuals and meant to only last one season, the truth is that most of your herbs are hardy enough to grow all year long. This works best for perennial and biennial herbs like, oregano, thyme, marjoram, parsley, chives and rosemary. I’ve had some luck with extending the season on basil. but at some point it always dies on me indoors (even though I make sure it gets lots of light). Maybe you’ll have better luck. Take a look at How to Bring Your Summer Herbs Indoors so you can enjoy fresh herbs all winter long! #garden #gardeningTips #herbGarden

https://acultivatednest.com/2016/10/how-to-bring-your-summer-herbs-indoors/
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14 Things To Make Using Fresh Mint

Mint is one of the easiest plants to grow, and packs some of the biggest benefits. For example, this sweet smelling herb freshens breath and acts as a deterrent for mice. It can also be used fresh from the garden in many different recipes and DIYs. I’ve collected 14 Things to Make Using Fresh Mint! #recipes #diy #mint

https://acultivatednest.com/2017/09/14-things-to-make-using-fresh-mint/
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10 Creative Ways to Use Herbs from Your Garden

I love growing my own herbs! No matter where we’ve lived, I’ve always found the space for at least a small container herb garden. They’re just so easy to grow, so useful, and save me from spending money on the fresh “live” herbs available at the grocery store (which half the time, die within a week for me). But sometimes, I don’t use as many herbs as usual, or my plants are just extra prolific. Which is what led me recently to go looking for ways to use up my extra herbs. Here are 10 Creative Ways to Use Herbs from Your Garden! #diy #gardening #recipe

http://acultivatednest.com/2017/08/creative-ways-to-use-herbs-from-your-garden/
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7 Reasons Why Hummingbirds Are Avoiding Your Yard

Have you been trying to attract hummingbirds to your yard, but you have yet to spot a single one? Attracting hummingbirds can be a challenge at first, but the truth is there might be reasons why those hummingbirds are avoiding you! Take a look below at 7 reasons hummingbirds are avoiding your yard, so you can make the simple fixes needed to attract them instead of repelling them. Here are 7 important reasons to consider! #birdwatching #gardening #hummingbirds

http://acultivatednest.com/2016/08/7-reasons-hummingbirds-avoiding-yard/
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7 Reasons You Should Grow Mint

Mint is one of the easiest herbs to grow and one of the most versatile to use, which is why many gardeners consider it a staple plant in their yards. If you aren’t growing mint just yet, there is no better time to start than now. Below you will find 7 reasons you should grow mint, so you can see all that this sweet little herb has to offer you. You might just find that mint is one of the best herbs you can grow! #gardening #herbs #garden

http://acultivatednest.com/2017/06/reasons-you-should-grow-mint/
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How to Divide & Transplant Hostas in Your Yard

Do you have some areas in your landscape that need filling in? If so, hostas can be perfect for getting the job done. Separating old and large hosta plants is the perfect way to get free plants for your space. But the trick is knowing how to divide and transplant hostas properly. If done right, you can enjoy a beautiful yard for years to come. So how do you successfully transplant hostas? Try these tips below for transplanting hostas so you can make sure you do the job right! #gardening #garden #landscaping

http://acultivatednest.com/2016/08/successfully-transplant-hostas/
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Do You Love Pasta? Here’s How to Plant an Italian Garden

I could live on pasta, from spaghetti and meatballs to manicotti and lasagna! Just close your eyes and imagine that first bite of your favorite Italian dish. Now imagine that you made that with fresh organic vegetables and herbs right from your own garden. Can you taste the freshness? Delicious, right? For all the pasta lovers out there, here’s How To Plant An Italian Garden! #garden #growYourOwn #gardening

http://acultivatednest.com/2017/05/how-to-plant-an-italian-garden/
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My Tips For Growing Bigger Better Tomatoes

A perfectly ripe home grown tomato warmed by the sun is NOTHING like the ones you get in the grocery store (as most of you know that grow tomatoes)! I planted some tomatoes recently and wanted to share with you a few tips that I hope will improve your chances for growing bigger & healthier tomatoes! #gardening #tomatoes #garden

http://acultivatednest.com/2014/06/my-tips-for-growing-bigger-better-tomatoes/
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DIY Hand Painted Rock Garden Markers

I’ve been so happy to have some pleasant weather so I could get back in the garden! I haven’t done anything too major just yet, mostly cleaning things up and preparing for new additions, but it’s been nice to finally be back outside again. Since I’m focused on prettying things up in the garden right now, I thought a nice addition would be some colorful plant markers. I couldn’t find any that I liked at the store (most of them are very plain), so I figured this was an opportunity to put my DIY skills to use! Here’s how I made my DIY Hand Painted Rock Garden Markers! #diy #gardening #craft

http://acultivatednest.com/2017/04/diy-hand-painted-rock-garden-markers/
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