So sorry to leave that post unfinished…I am a klutz when it comes to all tech matters… As I was saying, I want to share an organic gardening idea that I learned from the DirtDoctor.com.
I add 1 TBS of apple cider vinegar to 1 gallon of water (or less), and use this on all of my house plants. This same mixture is also recommended for plants in the garden such as azaleas and roses. Give this a try. I think you will notice a good difference.
Wasn’t that a great rain! I’m not sure how much rain we got Tues evening, but as a gardener I am always aware of how much watering I need to do. My preference is to use organic methods and products. I try to keep the flower beds covered with organic mulch and apply organic fertilizers. And for the first time I can use compost from my compost pile. My main source for ideas and advice is Howard Garrett, the Dirt Doctor. Check out his website at the DirtDoctor.com. Well, I had better get outside, the weeds appreciate healthy soil too.