The standard pantries in the house we bought last year were almost unusable. Long deep shelves and only 3-4 of them in a large closet sized area. Thank heavens they had doors. I designed
the shelves, my husband cut them out of MDF boards, I painted them with several coats of paint, and he installed them with aluminum channel. The channel allowed use of the shelf all the way to the back of the space. I counted and measured all the things in my food pantry to make the plan for how many shelves, how wide, tall and deep they needed to be. See the beginning and end result. It's so nice to be able to find things now. It turned out so nice, we did the 2nd pantry where I keep dishes, plastics, and mixed items for the kitchen!
The benefits of hydrating seeds in Authentic Haven Brand Natural Brew prior to planting increases germination. As you can see in the first photo North Carolina gardener Tom Mann is
soaking Camellia seeds prior to planting. Once planted he will continue to feed 100% natural nutrients to condition the soil. This allows the plants root system to absorb the nutrients needed to stimulate strong healthy root growth.
The second photo is a "side by side" seedlings on the left were sown and fed water and on the seedlings on the right were hydrated in Authentic Haven Brand Natural Brew prior to planting and then fed 100% natural nutrients. As you can see the seedlings on the right are heartier with fuller growth. read more http://www.manuretea.com
Commented on Feb 11, 2013
The second photo, on the left is not basil... so, this is not true comparison.
We have had this bush in our front yard for 11 years. Yesterday we noticed it appears to have died. Last week it was perfectly fine and green and lush! HELP!? Can anyone tell us what
could be the problem, and is it completely dead or can we rehab it? You can see in the background the other bushes just like it that are fine and still lush and green. It was fine last week!!!
We had two other bushes through the years do the same and never investigated to see what went wrong. We ended up pulling them out but we do not want to keep losing bushes. Also does anyone know what type of bush it is?? They were here when we moved into our home and we have never known what kind they are.
Commented on Jun 04, 2012
voles can eat the roots and the plant will died very quickly. Voles did BIG damage in my