1,519 all-natural, all-amazing gardening secrets: expert tips for gardens and yards of all sizes
Did you know that pepper will repel squirrels and coffee grounds leaf-eating insects? That a little liquid soap adds punch to fertilizers and pesticides? Or that the best time to cut roses is early morning or late evening? You'll find lots of secrets from the experts like these in this handy new guide. From rescuing tired tomato plants to keeping lawn weeds at bay, these tricks will have you working magic in your garden--with less effort, less time, and less money! Other hints show you how to select work-saving tools, create invisible stakes, use sawdust and seaweed mulches, and keep the dog from digging up your new flowerbed.
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