Monday, July 14, 2008

RE: Planting your own garden - mega post !

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From: Lori
Date: Jul 14, 2008 1:31 PM

From: jethro
Date: Jul 14, 2008 10:28 AM

I noticed a lot of people reposted the plant you own garden.

so If you really liked that check this out.


------Homegrown Revolution: Plant Your Own Garden...
From: Bicycle Gladiator: The Expansive Sponge...
Date: May 22, 2008 11:12 PM

RE: Homegrown Revolution: Plant your own garden!
From: TATØNKA™ (Native American Bullet)
Great post:
Deborah's rEvolution

From: Third Estate, Second Estate. No, United... States
Date: Apr 29, 2008 6:11 PM


I am not sure about Strawberries, how they can grow like that but....Worth looking into.

Heck the pot is worth the money

I wonder how they make a 'runner' and how many things you buy are 'terminator' seeds and thus purposely don't regerminate.

How to Construct Raised Garden Beds : How to Plant Strawberries

Grow Shrubs From Seed

Sow Early Seeds

Raised bed allotment 2008 Berries

How to Start your vegetable seeds indoors Part 1 of 2

How to start your vegetable seed indoors Part 2 of 2

How to Grow Plants from Seed : How to Start Planting Seeds Indoor

Seed starting

Gardening Tips | Growing Basil

Gardening Tips | Germinating Seeds

Boring Veg 2 - Growing Herbs The Easy Way

if you want these herbs to grow faster, try exposing the seed coat with sandpaper, do NOT pat the soil down before sowing, and use subirrigation to water. to subirrigate, just poke holes in the bottom of your container and set the container in a bigger container of water. this helps not to compact the soil so that the roots have room to easily grow.

Container Gardening: Container Herb Garden

Container gardening is a great way to grow plants, vegetables and herbs without needing a lot of space. Herbs do especially well and can be grown right outside your kitchen door. In this video, you'll learn how to use an old farmer's market basket to make a great container garden. Fill it with your favorite herbs and your cooking will be full of flavor all summer long.

Drying Herbs like Basil and Tarragon - How To

Salt - Different Kinds of Salt

Tomato Salad with Basil and Feta
(I think they should add black olives)

Tomato Salad with Basil and Feta is a delicious side dish and great to take-along to a party or gathering. With a loaf of crusty French bread it's a fresh and summery meal. It's beautiful and yummy.

Tomatoes contain lycopene, often connected to reduced incidence of prostate cancer. Tomatoes also contain vitamin C, potassium and folate.

In this video Rita also talks about different types of basil, oregano and thyme.

A bit different than a traditional Caprese salad, this tomato salad uses feta to give it a kick.

Rita also uses her "once a week" vinaigrette -- a staple at her house on salads of any kind.

Broccoli Salad Recipe
(Not sure I like the this Mayo dressing)

Broccoli Salad recipes are delicious and can be nutritious. A real "super food" broccoli is chock full of nutrition, antioxidants and flavor. This recipe is also an easy way to get more vegetables in your diet.

I've got to admit, the dressing isn't too healthy - but it is delicious. Try no-fat mayo, light cheese and leave out the bacon for a more healthy option.

You can make this salad with raw broccoli or blanch it a bit to hold the color and soften the florets. If you don't like raw broccoli blanch the broccoli for 1 minute or so. But be careful to not leave the broccoli in the water too long.

This recipe pairs broccoli, bacon and a dressing to make a sweet and sour salad that's a great side dish or meal all on its own.

Bean Salad Recipe

Bean salad is a great way to get the health benefits from beans -- protein and they're power to "pull" cholesterol out of your body.

This salad can be made with any type of bean. In this video, Rita uses Chick Peas, Kidney beans and red beans, but you could use any type. Black beans, white beans or red.

This simple salad gets some crunch from celery and chopped bell pepper, roasted corn as well as a few green onions. Rita always talks about "Cooking by Color". A great way to get veggies in to your diet.

And of course this video is full of kitchen tips to make your trip to the kitchen even easier.

Lightly seasoned with Cumin and Chili powder, this bean salad has a great southwestern flair. Alight vinaigrette finishes off this delicious bean salad.

Apple Sauce Recipe

Balsamic Dressing on a Tuscan Summer Salad

Seed Germination from Microwaved Water Part 1

Starting Seeds Indoors
(Geez this guy is high maintenance)

Fridge warmth
Seed Starting

http://video. google. com/videoplay?docid=-7494726211408606320&q=growing+strawberr%60&ei=wroXSIe9BZzQ4gK9yPDYBg


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