plantingveggies Photos & Videos

2 days ago

Our little garden is coming along nicely 🌱 we planted our fruit trees at the end of summer 🍐🍒🍏 and at the moment we are taking up the lawn and preparing the soil, making it nutrious ready to start planting in January 🥕🥔🥦 We have our lovely friend Hanne helping us, and she knows a lot about gardening, when she had her garden she was self sufficient for 9 months of the year, such an inspiration! The kids love helping too! 👦🏼👧 #behindthesquares #begoodtoyourself #complementarytherapies #goodnutrition #organic #homegrown #makeyourgardenfeedyou #vegetablegarden #makeyourgardengrow #plantingveggies #fruittrees #espalier #fantrained #familyeffort #hobby #wheelbarrow #selfsufficiency #inspirational

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3 days ago

Habt ihr auch noch ein paar jämmerliche Überresten des Sommers auf dem Balkon? Mein Mini-Balkonkompost ist bereits voll, daher habe ich mir eine andere Nutzung für die Verwertung ausgedacht: Ich habe den halbverfrohrenen Basilikum, die letzten Tomaten, Krautstiele und Peperonis eingesammelt. Zusammen mit den Anschnitten von Gemüse landen sie im Gefrierfach, bis ich genügend „Abfall“ beisammen habe, um eine Bouillon auszukochen. Mal schauen wie das wird. Hat hier jemand Erfahrung damit? 🍲 #bouillon #selbermachen #restenverwerten #gartenresten @fabian_le_saucier #diy #getcreative #balconygarden #growyourown #urbangardening #urbanpermaculture #urbanroots #balconygarden #balconylove #growingonmybalcony #urbangardeningswitzerland #greencity #organic #organicgardening #thehappygardeninglife #biogarten #balkongarten #gartentipps #gemüsegarten #gärtnernfüranfänger #plantingveggies #growyourownfood

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6 days ago

Was macht ihr mit eurer Balkonerde im Winter? Das hat mich meine Nachbarin vor ein paar Wochen gefragt. Ich dachte mir, was die Bauern machen, kann ja nicht so falsch sein! Sie verwenden oft eine Wintersaat als Gründüngung. 🌱 Diese Erbsen zum Beispiel wachsen im Winter und speichern Stickstoff in ihren Wurzeln, der im Frühjahr von anderen Pflanzen genutzt werden kann. Und hübsch aussehen tun sie erst noch! 🌿 Erhältlich als Schweizer Bio-Saatgut bei Sativa Rheinau - Aussat von September bis November. 🌱 #sativarheinau #gründüngung #gärtnernimwinter #wintereiweisserbse #erbse #überwinter #saatgut #seeds #wintergardening #peas #winterpea #urbangardening #urbanpermaculture #urbanroots #balconygarden #balconylove #growingonmybalcony #urbangardeningswitzerland #greencity #organic #organicgardening #thehappygardeninglife #biogarten #balkongarten #gartentipps #gemüsegarten #gärtnernfüranfänger #plantingveggies #growyourownfood

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1 week ago

Building a no-cost raised bed: You may not want to pay the cost of building a raised bed. Raised beds provide you with great access and drainage. If you have falling tree limbs or logs laying around your property, you can build a great raised bed. Using logs with side supports will serve the purpose. Raised beds do not have to look fancy to produce a great crop. Wood such as red cedar, black locust and redwood will last for up to 20 years. Other types will last up to (6) years. #gardens #raisedbeds #gardeners #gardening #gardenlife #urbangardeners #greenthumb #homegardener #homegardening #igrow #growyourown #organic #plantingagarden #plantingveggies #homegardener #yougrow #plantingtips #growyourown

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1 week ago

Här hjälper Laura till att plantera grönsaker🌱🍠🍎🌽 Hon jobbar som ungdomsvolontär på en förskola i Argentina. Många förskolor har för lite pengar för att köpa in färska grönsaker till maten. Både undernäring och övervikt är problem. Genom att plantera enkla och lättskötta grönsaksträdgårdar tillsammans med barnen, kan barnen få färska grönsaker till lunch och lära sig hälsosamma vanor.

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Planting and growing organic cantaloupes I plant cantaloupe seeds in June each growing season. I mix into my soil six inches of manure and compost. Planting details: -full sun (6-8 hours a day) -planted seeds 1-inch deep -build trellis or use tomato cages (7-inches tall) -using trellis, space 10-inches apart -feed with compost tea twice a week -cantaloupe plants love warm weather #gardener #garden #plants #gardening #gardenlife #gardens #greenthumb #growingveggies #growveggies #igrow #homegrownveggies #homegardening #homegardeners #growingyourownveggies #gardenplantingtips #plantinggardens #growingveggies #gardenplants #growingveggiesathome #howtogrowveggies #plantingveggies #plantingtips #gardenideas #athomegarden #growingfood #plantingagarden #garden totaled #organic #organicgarden #growingcantaloupes #growingorganicfood #gardeningtips

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1 week ago

Freezing and storing yellow squash after harvest During harvest, I choose young squash with tender skin, wash and cut into 1/2-inch slices. I then blanch in boiling water for about 3 minutes, cool in ice water for 3 minutes, drain and package in freezer bags. Frozen summer squash should las up to 12 months or month (under right conditions). #garden #gardening #homegrown ## #plants #growyourown #gardeningtips #youryourownfood #organic #gardeningtips #urbangarden #gardenlife #organic gardening #green #homegrown #gardener #homegrownveggies #growingveggies #homegarden #homegardening #growingveggiesathome #plantingveggies #harvestingveggies #plantinggarden #harvestingveggies #homegardener #growingorganicveggies #organicgrowing #squash #harvesting

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1 week ago

Growing Top Pick purple hull peas Only about five percent of the peas sold today are sold fresh, the are canned or frozen. Peas are a great source of protein and one of the best sources of dietary fiber. I planed several rows of purple hull peas. I dug in cow manure and homemade compost to the existing soil. I planted the seeds 2 inches deep and spaced them 4 inches apart. It takes about 55 to 65 days to mature for harvest. When harvest was completed, I left the plants in the ground and dug in to add nitrogen to the soil. Follow me this coming spring to get tips on growing purple hull peas. #gardens #garden #greenlife #greenthumb #gardening #plants #gardener #organic #green #urbangarden #homegrown #gardeningtips #growyourownfood #homegrownveggies #plantinggarden #growingyourownveggies #harvestingveggies #growingyourownveggies #homegarden #plantingveggies #growingveggies #homegardener #homegarden #veggiegarden #organicveggiegardening #purplehullpeas #peaplants #gardeningtips

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1 week ago

Fall potato harvest: this harvest came from 8 plants. I will use some of these for cooking and save about 35 percent for seed potatoes to plant in mid February . The seed potato contain bud's or eyes that sprouts and grow into plants. The seed piece provides food for the plant until it develop a root system. The best size for planting must have at least one or two eyes, about the size of a medium egg. If too small it will produce a weak plant and you get small potatoes. I always pick the ones that have two eyes and at least be the size of a medium egg. Follow me for great tips on growing large potatoes. #gardener #garden #gardening #gardenlife #plants #gardens #green thumb #growyourown #homegrown #green #homegrown #urbangarden #gardeningtips #growyourownfood #homegrownveggies #plantinggarden #growyourownveggies #harvestingveggies #growingveggies #plantingveggies #homegarden #home gardener #growyourownveggies #harvestingpotatoes #harvesting

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1 week ago

Harvesting my black-eye peas: I harvest my peas 70 days after planting. I picked them after the pods dried and stored them in a mason jar. I planted each seed 2-inches deep and spaced them 4 inches apart. It took about 10 days to germinate. Only planted using top soil and compost from my bin. No other fertilizer was required. I will cook some as needed and save the rest for seeds next spring. #gardener #garden #gardening #gardenlife #greenthumb #green #plants #growyourown #organic #homegrown #gardeningtips #growyourownfood #organicgardening #homegrownveggies #homegrown #plantinggarden #growingveggies #growingyourownveggies #plantingveggies #harvestingveggies #homegardening #homegarden #growyourown #growingfood #blackeyepeas #harvesting #growingblackeyepeas #harvestingblackeyepeas #storingblackeyepeas

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1 week ago

Growing fall mustard greens: Mustard greens are fast growing and provide you with great nutrients . They can tolerate frost, which makes them sweeter tasting. I planted from seeds and spaced them about 12 inches apart. Planted seeds in mid-August 1/4 inch deep. Seed to harvest is about 60 days. Mustard greens are a cut and come type vegetable, which means they will grow back after harvest. I planted these with 25 percent soil and 75 percent homemade compost. Special note: they are heavy feeds requiring side dressing every two weeks with 10-10-10 organic fertilizer. Follow me when I plant more in the upcoming spring months. #gardener #gardening #garden #gardens #greenthumb #plants #gardenlife #green #growyourown #homegrown #organic garden #green #gardeningtips #organicgardening #gardeningtips #homegrownveggies #homegarden #urbangardeners #urbangardening #growyourownveggies #homegrownveggies #harvestingveggies #growingveggies #plantingveggies #homegardeners #homegarden #mustardgreens

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1 week ago

Growing white eggplants: they are in the same family as purple eggplants. I planted from seeds in a mix of seasoned compost from my bin and cow manure. They took about 14 days to germinate, and took 80 days to mature. After plants were six inches tall, I side dressed with a 10-10-10 organic fertilizer. #gardener #garden #gardens #gardening #organic #greenthumb #gardenlife #green #growyourown #organicgardening #organicgarden #gardeningtips #urbangarden #homegrownveggies #growyourownfood #growyourownveggies #planting gardens #homegarden #homegardeners #plantingveggies #homegardenering #growingveggies #harvestingveggies #whiteeggplants

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2 weeks ago

Purchasing and saving vegetable seeds. I keep my seeds in a dry and cool place and often try to save as many as I can from the vegetables I grow. The best time to purchase seeds is in the fall or around Christmas. They are cheaper and most seeds store up to three years. Often at the end of the summer growing season, some of the big-box stores cut their prices by up to 60 percent. Special note: never plant seeds in dry soil... garden #gardening #homegrown #Gardner #gardeningtips #gardens #plants #geenlife #green #gardentips #urbangarden #organicgardening #gardeningtips #organicgarden #growingveggies #growyourown #growyourownfood #plantingveggies #seeds

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2 weeks ago

Growing organic eggplants. I planted my eggplant seeds in seed trays and transplanted them to 10-inch containers. Eggplants require fertile well-drained soil. After the plants were 5-inches tall, I added compost tea weekly. Once they grew to 12-inches tall, I placed support to help hold the eggplant. My container was filled with 25 percent soil and 75 percent homemade compost. Eggplants do not store well, so I only picked as needed. Eggplants are heavy feeders and require side dressing every two weeks. #garden #gardening #gardeners #homegrown #gardeningtips #greenthumb #gardenlife #organic #gardens #green #gardeningtips #urbangarden #plants #growyourown #growyourownfood #plants #urbangardening #plants #plantinggarden #growingveggies #harvestingveggies #plantingveggies #homegarden #homegardening #eggplants #igrowfood

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2 weeks ago

Planting and growing bell peppers. I planted bell peppers in 25 percent soil and 75 percent compost. Remember that pepper plants require moisture-retentive freely draining soil. Seeds were planted about 1/2-inch deep. After they started producing, I watered them twice a week instead of once a week. Planting to harvest took about 75 days. Follow me this spring to get great tips on growing large bell peppers. #garden #gardening #homegrown #gardeners #gardeningtips #gardenlife #green #gardens #greenthumb #plants #growyourown #growyourownfood #gardeningtips #urbangarden #organicgarden #organicgardening #growyourownveggies #plantinggarden #growingveggies #homegardening #harvestingveggies #growingveggies #homegardening #homegardeners #growyourown #growingyourownveggies #homegrown #harvestingveggies #plantingveggies #homegarden #urbangarden #urbangardening #bellpepperplants #bellpepper #harvesting

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2 weeks ago

I feed Compost tea to all my garden plants once a week. I add two cups of my homemade compost to a gallon of water. Compost tea : Helps suppress plant diseases Increases the amount of nutrients available to the plant. Help soil retain nutrients Help increase root depth Suppress root diseases #garden #gardening #gardeners #homegrown #gardeningtips #organic #gardenlife #greens #greenthumb #organicgarden #organicgardening #plants #urbangarden #growyourown #growyourowmfoods #growingveggies #planting #plantingveggies #plants #growyourownveggies #growingveggiesathome #home gardens #homegardening #gardeningtips #harvestingveggies #plantingveggies #composttea #compostingtips

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2 weeks ago

If you have a boatload of tomatoes after harvest, no problem, freeze them for long-term storage. Frozen tomatoes are used for making soups, pasta and salsa. I plant bush type plants in containers. Follow me and get tips on growing great tomatoes in the spring. #garden #Gardner #gardening #homegrown #gardeningtips #organic #green #gardens #organicgardening #growyourown #growyourownfood #plants #urbangarden #urbangardening #Igrow #igrowmyownfood #growingveggies #homegrownveggies #growingveggies #harvestingveggies #plantingveggies #planting #homegrown #growingfood #growningyourownveggies #freeze #tomatoes #harvesting

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2 weeks ago

Make use of your used coffee grounds. They can be used to feed your plants (indoors or outdoors), as well as for your garden. Add 1/2 cup of coffee grounds to one gallon of water then feed plants once a month. #organic #gardener #garden #gardening #greenlife #greenthumb #green #greenthumb #growyourownfood #plants #gardeningtips #organicgardening #growyourown #homegrown #urbangarden #growyourown #plantingveggies #urbangardeners #plantingveggies #homegrownveggies #urbangardening #coffeegrounds #compostingtips

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2 weeks ago

You may have harvest some sweet potatoes that were too small for your use. They can still be used for future potato slips. Just insert in soil or water and they will produce slips to be planted next season. Slips need to be 8- to 10-inches long to produce a great crop. #gardening #garden #homegrown #gardeningtips #greenthumb #gardens #gardenlife #green #growyourownfood #growyourown #plants #organicgardening #organic #igrow #igrowmyownfood #growingveggies #homegrownveggies #plantingveggies #homegardener #homegrownfood #growyourownveggies #growingveggiesathome #homegrown #sweetpotatoes #harvesting

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2 weeks ago

Making red pepper flakes from cayenne peppers. Crushed red pepper flakes can add spice to your cuisine. I plant several types of pepper plants each growing season. They grow great in containers. Follow me for tips on growing pepper plants in the spring. Grow your own food. #gardening #garden #homegrown #gardeningtips #greenthumb #gardens #green #growyourownfood #plants #growyourown #gardenlife #urbangardener #urbangarden #organicgardening #igrow #planting #plantingveggies #igrowfood #homegardening #homegarden #homegardeners #homegardening #growyourownveggies #homefarming #harvestingveggies #growingveggies #veggiegrowing #veggiegrowinginpots #peppers #harvesting

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2 weeks ago

Growing fall carrots in raised beds. I planted my fall carrots in mid-August for harvest in mid-November. Planted several seeds 1/2-inch deep and thinned out to 3-inches apart in plenty of organic compost. The best place to store carrots is in the ground or freeze them. I will plant again in the spring. Follow me for tips on how to grow large carrots when spring arrives. I feed my carrots compost tea weekly. #garden #gardening #homegrown #gardeningtips #greenthumb #gardens #plants #gardenlife #green #growyourown #growyourownfood #organicgardener #greenlife #organicveggies #homegarden #growyourownveggies #igrowveggies #plantingveggies #growyourownveggies #gardening #growyourownfood #homegardening #growingveggiesathome #organicgardening #organicgardener #homegrownfood #harvestingveggies #growingcarrots #raisebedgardens

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2 weeks ago

Harvesting cabbage. If you harvest more cabbage than you need in the near future, take cabbage and make coleslaw. You can also freeze coleslaw, as long as it does not have mayonnaise. Coleslaw that has oil and vinegar in it is best suited for freezing. #garden #gardening #homegrown #gardeningtips #greenthumb #gardens #gardenlife #green #cabbageplants #cabbageharvest #organicgardening #Igrow #growingveggies #igrow #growyourown #growyourownveggies #homegardening #veggiegrowing #plantingveggies #harvesting

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2 weeks ago

Growing fall red potatoes. Planted in mid-August. Added 25 percent manure and 75 percent compost to planting hole. Planted seed potatoes 6-inches deep. Hill plants after they grew 6-inches tall. Side dress with 3-5-6 fertilizer every three weeks. Harvest varies from 70 to 120 days. #garden #gardening #homegrown #gardeningtips #greenthumb #gardenlife #gardens #green #fallgardening #igrow #igrowmyownveggies #homegrownfood #growingpotaties #growingveggies #organicgardening #growingyouriwnveggies #homegarden #plantingveggies #fallgardening

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2 weeks ago

Grow your own potatoes the organic way. I harvested these potatoes in July. They were planted in late February. I saved 25 percent of the potatoes for 2019 February planting. Special note: I will also freeze some of these for later use. #garden #gardening #homegrown #gardeningtips #greenthumb #plants #gardenlife #potatoharvest #harvestingveggies #growingveggies #plantingveggies lgrow #growingpotatoes #plantingagarden #homegardening #growingveggiesathome #igrowveggiesathonme #growingpotatoes

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2 weeks ago

URBANROOTS arbeitet an einem neuen Projekt! In diesem Zusammenhang besuchten wir die Samengärtnerei @zollingerbio in Les Evouettes. Wir durften zusehen, wie das Saatgut getrocknet, extrahiert, gesäubert, gelagert und verpackt werden. 🌻 URBANROOTS is working on a new project! In this context we visited @zollingerbio , a swiss organic seed farmer. Mr. Zollinger showed us how they harvest, dry, extract, clean, pack the precious seeds. 🌻 #seedfarm #newproject #organicseeds #seeds #seedharvest #zollingerbio #urbanroots #biogarten #balkongarten #saatgut #samengärtnerei #samengärtnerei #gemüsegarten #gärtnernfüranfänger #plantingveggies #growyourown #growyourownfood #growingfood

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2 weeks ago

• Do you know that there is a healing power in local herbs? • • In fact, there are little or no side effects in most of these natural remedies, and they can be as effective as prescription medicine! Big WOW, isn’t it??!!! • • Blessed to be able to grow my own #herbs and witness the wonder! • • • • • #food #veggies #vegetables #gardening #plantingveggies #planting #plants #homegrown #homesweethome #homegarden #instamoment #instafoodie #instagardenlovers #instagarden #harvest #nature #growyourown #growyourownfood #eatwhatyougrow #backyardgarden #growsomethinggreen #plantstrong #naturalremedies

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2 weeks ago

Saatgut sammeln ist einfach und lohnt sich auch für Stadtgärtner. Da nur von den stärksten Pflanzen Saatgut gewonnen wird, können diese über die Jahre an meinen Standort und die Bedingungen auf meinem Balkon angepasst werden. 🌻 Einen trockenen Herbsttag abwarten, die braunen Blütenstände abschneiden und offen trocknen lassen. Die Blüten in den Händen verreiben. Die Samen sind schwerer, die Blütenreste können oben abgehoben werden. Das Saatgut in einem beschrifteten Couvert trocken lagern. 🌻 Saving seeds is easy and worth it - even for urban gardeners. By picking only seeds from the strongest plants, I select the ones that are thriving in the exact conditions they have on my balcony. 🌻 #seedsaving #selectiveseeding #seeds #autumngardening #urbangardening #urbanpermaculture #urbanroots #balconygarden #balconylove #growingonmybalcony #urbangardeningswitzerland #greencity #organic #organicgardening #thehappygardeninglife #biogarten #balkongarten #gartentipps #gemüsegarten #gärtnernfüranfänger #plantingveggies #growyourown #growyourownfood #growingfood

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3 weeks ago

Mein Freund scheint Blumen mehr zu mögen, als Gemüse. 😊 Er hat sich einen Monat um all meine Balkonexperimente gekümmert. Dem Pakchoi geht es prächtig! 👨🏻‍🌾 My boyfriend seems to like flowers more than veggies. He took care of all my balcony garden experiments while I was away for a month. The bokchoy is doing great! 💙 #bokchoy #pakchoi #gardentakeover #gartenvertretung #urbanroots #balconygarden #balconylove #growingonmybalcony #urbangardeningswitzerland #greencity #organic #organicgardening #thehappygardeninglife #biogarten #balkongarten #gartentipps #gemüsegarten #gärtnernfüranfänger #plantingveggies #growyourown #growyourownfood #growingfood @tizianaellig #backinthecity

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4 weeks ago

Apparently Audrey knew what she was talking about. Research indicates horticulture & gardening helps you heal from challenges & lifts your mood. So, I have recently taken up gardening. Which means actually watering my plants. Like every day. Instead of only watering them every week. Or month. Or year. Okay, alright...so up until recently I may not actually have been watering my plants, at all. My gardening ritual may have consisted mainly of buying plants that look pretty for a month...& then chucking them out because they are brown and wilted. Anyhooooo, if I can manage to keep my current flowers & plants alive 🤞, I plan to start a vege garden. Now that should be interesting, as all my cactus plants & succulents died. That was after I had been told it was actually impossible for them to die. Apparently cactus plants survive anything... she said. They grow absolutely anywhere & everywhere...she said. Well, that’s what that lady told me...at that place I went to, that one time. You know, the place with all those bushes...and plants...and those other...greenish...errrr...things? 😂 If you are a gun/expert at growing veges let me know the easiest (& cheapest) veges I should start off with. (Bearing in mind my crimes against the hearty-apparently it lives forever but not so much when Whets is the owner, Cactus🌵). What’s the best vege to plant in this Spring-slash-I’m sure it’s still Winter- slash- meant to be hot but it’s mostly freezing, cold NZ/Taupo weather? And should I begin with planting in a pot on the porch as a trial, or start a proper little garden patch? Any tips appreciated. And If gardening is your passion I’d love to see pics of your garden too❤️🌿🌷 Love & light to all & happy short working week my peeps! X Love T. ❤️ . . . . . #audreyhepburnquotes #gardeningtipswelcome #gardeningfordummies #vegegrower #gardeningbeginner #mysonsareamazing #singlemumandproud #nzmumblogger #plantingveggies #nzgardening #nzmumtrepreneur #nzmumlife #gardeninggoals2018 #vegetablegrowingnewbie

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4 weeks ago

Current fav! 🌱 • Aloe Vera —> “Tasty soothing herb commonly associated with radiant skin” • Acerola —> “Sweet fruit commonly thought to help support well being” • Rosehips —> “Delicious tart fruit traditionally used to help maintain a healthy glow” • Elderberries —> “Tasty fruit commonly considered to help support well-being” PS. Elderberry syrup is AMAZING for colds, I swear by it 🌱 • • • • #skincare #ayurveda #naturalhaircare #organichaircare #loveyourhair #allhairtypes #healthylifestyle #healthyliving #cleaneating #gardening #herbalism #homeopathy #naturopathic #naturalhealing #naturalremedies #youarewhatyoueat #organiceating #plantingveggies #plantingfruits #plantingherbs #vegan #nyc #losangeles #tampa #chicago #newyork

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1 month ago

This one is for my Ladies! Let’s get personal when it comes to the “Nan”. Every woman has experienced an unpleasant vaginal odor at some point or another When discussing pH, between 3.8 and 4.5 is a normal/healthy range for your vaginal pH level. When that balance is thrown off, well, so is the BOX 😸 ***There’s an invariable possibility that something more serious could be going on, so it’s always good to consult with your physician (if you have one). I am all about home remedies and self-treatments; so if you’re anything like me you’d skip that step and jump straight into the world of DIY’s*** Swipe for common causes of vaginal odor! Remedies: 1. Tea tree oil: Add 6 drops into a 8oz cup of water and use this solution to wash your vagina daily after taking a shower. Should notice a difference in just a few days. 2. Turmeric: Mix 1 tsp of turmeric powder into a glass of warm milk (almond milk for me) and drink it daily right before bed. P.S. it is very calming, makes me sleep like a 👶🏽 3. Baking soda: Mix 1 tsp in water and wash your vaginal area 4. Apply cider vinegar (ACV): Stinks like hell BUT this is the MUVA of balancing pH. Mix 2 cups in your bath and soak for about 20 mins. You can add essential oils such as tea tree and lavender. Not only will it help with that god awful smell, they are both beneficial anti-fungal and antibacterial oils. Be sure to use the raw unfiltered ACV (BRAGG brand) with the “mother” at the bottom! Happy balancing! 😽💦 • • • • #skincare #ayurveda #naturalhaircare #organichaircare #loveyourhair #allhairtypes #healthylifestyle #healthyliving #cleaneating #gardening #herbalism #homeopathy #naturopathic #naturalhealing #naturalremedies #youarewhatyoueat #organiceating #plantingveggies #plantingfruits #plantingherbs #vegan #nyc #losangeles #tampa #chicago #newyork

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1 month ago

Stubborn Acne? Sometimes the best solution is a natural one! 😁🌿 - Boil 1 cup of water - Add 2-3 tsp of dried basil leaves - Allow to steep and cool for 15-20 min - Mix in equal amounts of lemon, rose water, and aloe vera - Apply mixture to your face with a cotton ball and allow mixture to sit for 30 min before rinsing - Rinse, and apply a natural moisturizer (apricot oil, olive oil, etc.) *****15-20 days of this regimen helps cure acne while also removing any scars or blemishes!!!***** Basil 🌿 —> Acts as a cleaning agent which makes it perfect for those who suffer from oily skin or clogged pores. Basil is great for removing dirt and impurities. Lemon 🍋 —> Reduce oil (sebum) in skin, while also killing bacteria that leads to acne due to its antiseptic qualities. It also reduces redness and inflammation associated w/ pimples. Lemon is very effective when it comes to clearing acne scars as well! Rose Water 🌹💦 —> Removes oil and dirt from pores which in turn reduces acne. Rose water is known to have anti-inflammatory properties; this aids in the reduction of redness and irritated skin due to acne. Aside from acne, Rose water is great for treating dermatitis and eczema. Aloe Vera 🌵 —> Antibacterial which is key for acne. It also prevents bacteria from infecting acne wounds while also expediting the healing process. Aloe Vera can also treat boils and cysts on the skin due to its anti-fungal properties.• • • • #skincare #ayurveda #naturalhaircare #organichaircare #loveyourhair #allhairtypes #healthylifestyle #healthyliving #cleaneating #gardening #herbalism #homeopathy #naturopathic #naturalhealing #naturalremedies #youarewhatyoueat #organiceating #plantingveggies #plantingfruits #plantingherbs #vegan #nyc #losangeles #tampa #chicago #newyork

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1 month ago

A spoonful a day keeps the doctor (and FLU) away 🌿 Ingredients: Honey (2 tbsp), Turmeric (1 tsp), Oregano Oil (3 drops), Cinnamon (1/2 tsp), Black pepper (2 pinches), Warm water (for looser consistency), Lemon to taste (optional). Combine all ingredients and enjoy.....good health! 😃🌿 Honey 🍯—> “A common theory is that honey acts like a natural vaccine” -Dr. Matthew Brennecke (a board certified naturopathic doctor). Anti-Inflammatory effects can soothe coughs which can also lead to the reduction of seasonal allergies. This golden liquid is believed to be just as effective as the common cough suppressant ingredient known as Dextromethorphan. Turmeric —> Curcumin is the main active ingredient in turmeric. It is known to be an anti-inflammatory powerhouse, and acts as a very strong antioxidant. While inflammation is extremely important when it comes to helping your body fight foreign invaders, chronic inflammation can become a major problem by inappropriately attacking your body’s own tissues. Oregano Oil 🌿 —> **Avoid using if you’re allergic to mint, sage, basil, or lavender (more than likely you could be allergic to oregano too). Don’t use if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not use if you have a bleeding disorder or are on any medications that alter the clotting of your blood.** Carvacrol, the main compound in oregano oil, is effective against certain viruses on its own. However, oregano oil itself, is very effective against respiratory viruses such as flu viruses. Cinnamon —> Will cure most chronic coughs and colds while also clearing the sinuses. Not to mention it’s mouth watering capabilities 🤤 Black Pepper —> This anti-bacterial spice is known to help cure colds and coughs. It may also alleviate chest congestion caused by pollution, flu, or any viral infection. • • • • #naturalhairgrowth #naturalhairdaily #naturalhaircare #organichaircare #loveyourhair #allhairtypes #healthylifestyle #healthyliving #cleaneating #gardening #herbalism #homeopathy #naturopathic #naturalhealing #naturalremedies #youarewhatyoueat #organiceating #plantingveggies #plantingfruits #plantingherbs #vegan #nyc #losangeles #tampa #chicago #newyork

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1 month ago

Disease starts in the colon. This Herbal Tea for colon cleansing and digestive health can help you fight against intestinal issues and constipation while also helping you LOSE WEIGHT. Ginger 🌱 —> Stimulates the process of digestion and absorption. It can offer complete relief from constipation and increase the activity of your muscles located in the digestive tract. By using ginger consistently as a colon cleansing remedy, you will effectively increase the absorption of various essential nutrients (vitamins and minerals) in your body. Lemon 🍋 —> Breaks down any trapped toxins in your digestive tract/colon which leads to them being flushed out of your system easily and more effectively. Black Pepper • —> Stimulates digestive juices and enzymes resulting in regularity, detoxification, and WEIGHT LOSS. Also prevents severe intestinal problems. Sage —> Can remove symptoms of indigestion by stimulating upper digestive secretions, bile flow, intestinal mobility, and pancreatic function. Instructions: • Peel and grate (or chop) fresh ginger (about 3 tbsp) • Add 16 oz of water to a pot, add chopped/grated ginger and bring to a boil • Once boiling, squeeze half of a lemon into the pot • Add 2-3 pinches of pepper • 2 sage herbal tea bags • Allow to sit for about 5-7 minutes and enjoy with some agave nectar • 🌿 #mynaturalhair #myhaircrush #naturalhairgrowth #naturalhairdaily #naturalhaircare #organichaircare #loveyourhair #loveyourroots #allhairtypes #healthylifestyle #healthyliving #cleaneating #gardening #herbalism #homeopathy #naturopathic #naturalhealing #naturalremedies #youarewhatyoueat #organiceating #plantingveggies #plantingfruits #plantingherbs #vegan #nyc #losangeles #tampa #chicago #newyork

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1 month ago

Permaculture Design Workshop: Vorbereitung des Bodens für die frischen Setzlinge. Die Permakultur Orinzipien leiten dazu an, alle Elemente so selbständig und energieeffizient wie möglich aufzubauen und den Boden und die darin lebenden Mikroorganismen möglichst wenig zu stören. 👩🏻‍🌾 #permakultur #mikroorganismen #boden #humus #organicmatter #permaculture #permaculturedesign #aerate #prepare #gardenbeds #garden #gardening #farming #planting #plantingveggies #leafygreens #bali #kulkulpdc #organicgardening #growyourown #soil #fertilesoil #compost #organicmatters

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1 month ago

It's time to plant winter vegetables! Young transplants of broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts (pic), and cabbage will all flourish in your fall garden. These veggies can be planted throughout September and October and will continue to produce during much of what we loosely refer to as winter in central Texas. #pricelawnlandscape . . . . . . . . . . . #winterveggies #winterveg #wintervegetables #fallplanting #plantingveggies #plantingvegetables #brusselsprouts #broccoli #cabbage #cauliflower #gardening #wintergardening #growingvegetables #growingveggies #roundrocktx #roundrock #roundrocktexas #georgetowntx #pflugerville #atx #austin #austintx #austintexas #lakewaytx #westlakehills

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2 months ago

Last weekend, I finally planted stem broccoli, three different kales, kohlrabi, rocket, ruby chard and some lettuce in the bed. I wish I didn’t have to cover them up but autumn is such a busy time at work so it would probably be wiser to do so and not worry about the bugs 😉💚 2018 #ediblegarden #kitchengarden #vegetablegarden #containergardening #smallspacegardening #huertourbano #huertocasero #potager #growyourownfood #growfood #gardentotable #plantingveggies #citygarden #urbanorganicgardener #urbanhomestead #gardeninginjapan

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2 months ago

Experiment Kartoffelsack: Man nehme 1-2 Kartoffeln, die es nicht rechtzeitig in den Kochtopf geschafft haben und angefangen haben zu spriessen. Man buddle sie ein in ein möglichst hohes Pflanzgefäss. Sobald die Pflanze wächst rundherum mit Erde aufschütten und warten... 🥔 Eine Familie ernähren kann och davon noch nicht, trotzdem bin ich überrascht, dass überhaupt etwas unter der Erde gewachsen ist! 🥔 #kartoffel #kartoffelernte #reduceyourwaste #potatoes #urbangardening #urbanpermaculture #urbanroots #balconygarden #balconylove #growingonmybalcony #urbangardeningswitzerland #greencity #organic #organicgardening #thehappygardeninglife #biogarten #balkongarten #gemüsegarten #gärtnernfüranfänger #plantingveggies #growyourown #growyourownfood #growingfood

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2 months ago

🍁☕️ Three New Posts!!!! Fall is full of wonderful colors, cozy weather (unless you’re in Florida with me lol!), and lastly the CRUD, aka Flu season! I like to combat symptoms of a cold/the flu with a homemade Garlic tea. Garlic has amazing properties and benefits, so this could be added to your regimen for overall well-being. When it comes to the CRUD I never take over the counter medications to suppress my symptoms, I need results and FAST! Keep reading for instructions! Garlic tea benefits include but aren’t limited to: * Improving immune health * Prevents and can treat cancer * Weight loss * Boosts energy * Fights infection * Reduces cholesterol * Lowers blood pressure * Disinfect wounds * Treats vaginal yeast infections * Relief from mouth ulcers * Improves exercise performance * Treatment for atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries I try to implement this 3 Times a day whenever I am feeling a bit under the weather along with some other remedies and supplements. To make this tea you will need: * 3-4 cloves of Garlic (add more for a bigger batch) * 1/4 cup of lemon (or to taste) * 1 tbsp of Honey per cup A visual representation of how I made my tea will be included in the videos, feel free to dm me if you have any further questions! What are your home remedies? Hit the comment section, I love to try new things! “Since knowledge is infinite, it has infinitely fell upon me” Erykah Badu • • • • #mynaturalhair #myhaircrush #naturalhairgrowth #naturalhairdaily #naturalhaircare #organichaircare #loveyourhair #loveyourroots #allhairtypes #healthylifestyle #healthyliving #cleaneating #gardening #herbalism #homeopathy #naturopathic #naturalhealing #naturalremedies #youarewhatyoueat #organiceating #plantingveggies #plantingfruits #plantingherbs #vegan #nyc #losangeles #tampa #chicago #newyork

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2 months ago

🍁☕️ Three New Posts!!!! Fall is full of wonderful colors, cozy weather (unless you’re in Florida with me lol!), and lastly the CRUD, aka Flu season! I like to combat symptoms of a cold/the flu with a homemade Garlic tea. Garlic has amazing properties and benefits, so this could be added to your regimen for overall well-being. When it comes to the CRUD I never take over the counter medications to suppress my symptoms, I need results and FAST! Keep reading for instructions! Garlic tea benefits include but aren’t limited to: * Improving immune health * Prevents and can treat cancer * Weight loss * Boosts energy * Fights infection * Reduces cholesterol * Lowers blood pressure * Disinfect wounds * Treats vaginal yeast infections * Relief from mouth ulcers * Improves exercise performance * Treatment for atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries I try to implement this 3 Times a day whenever I am feeling a bit under the weather along with some other remedies and supplements. To make this tea you will need: * 3-4 cloves of Garlic (add more for a bigger batch) * 1/4 cup of lemon (or to taste) * 1 tbsp of Honey per cup A visual representation of how I made my tea will be included in the videos, feel free to dm me if you have any further questions! What are your home remedies? Hit the comment section, I love to try new things! “Since knowledge is infinite, it has infinitely fell upon me” Erykah Badu • • • • #mynaturalhair #myhaircrush #naturalhairgrowth #naturalhairdaily #naturalhaircare #organichaircare #loveyourhair #loveyourroots #allhairtypes #healthylifestyle #healthyliving #cleaneating #gardening #herbalism #homeopathy #naturopathic #naturalhealing #naturalremedies #youarewhatyoueat #organiceating #plantingveggies #plantingfruits #plantingherbs #vegan #nyc #losangeles #tampa #chicago #newyork

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2 months ago

🍁☕️ Three New Posts!!!! Fall is full of wonderful colors, cozy weather (unless you’re in Florida with me lol!), and lastly the CRUD, aka Flu season! I like to combat symptoms of a cold/the flu with a homemade Garlic tea. Garlic has amazing properties and benefits, so this could be added to your regimen for overall well-being. When it comes to the CRUD I never take over the counter medications to suppress my symptoms, I need results and FAST! Keep reading for instructions! Garlic tea benefits include but aren’t limited to: * Improving immune health * Prevents and can treat cancer * Weight loss * Boosts energy * Fights infection * Reduces cholesterol * Lowers blood pressure * Disinfect wounds * Treats vaginal yeast infections * Relief from mouth ulcers * Improves exercise performance * Treatment for atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries I try to implement this 3 Times a day whenever I am feeling a bit under the weather along with some other remedies and supplements. To make this tea you will need: * 3-4 cloves of Garlic (add more for a bigger batch) * 1/4 cup of lemon (or to taste) * 1 tbsp of Honey per cup A visual representation of how I made my tea will be included in the videos, feel free to dm me if you have any further questions! What are your home remedies? Hit the comment section, I love to try new things! “Since knowledge is infinite, it has infinitely fell upon me” Erykah Badu • • • • #mynaturalhair #myhaircrush #naturalhairgrowth #naturalhairdaily #naturalhaircare #organichaircare #loveyourhair #loveyourroots #allhairtypes #healthylifestyle #healthyliving #cleaneating #gardening #herbalism #homeopathy #naturopathic #naturalhealing #naturalremedies #youarewhatyoueat #organiceating #plantingveggies #plantingfruits #plantingherbs #vegan #nyc #losangeles #tampa #chicago #newyork

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2 months ago

Der Sommer ist schon fast vorbei, auf dem Balkon spriesst und gedeiht es. Was kann so spät noch gesät werden? Die Auswahl um diese Jahreszeit schmälert sich, ist jedoch noch lange nicht ausgeschöpft! Viele Kohlarten können jetzt noch gesät werden, ebenso Salate, Spinat, Radieschen oder Schwarzwurzel, Zwiebel und sogar Artischocke! Ich habe mich für eines meiner Lieblingsgemüse entschieden, welches ohnehin nicht oft im Supermarkt erhältlich ist: Pak Choi. Was sät ihr um diese Jahreszeit? 🌱 #pakchoi #bokchoy #growinginaugust #growingnow #autumnplanting #urbangardening #urbanpermaculture #urbanroots #balconygarden #balconylove #growingonmybalcony #urbangardeningswitzerland #greencity #organic #organicgardening #thehappygardeninglife #biogarten #balkongarten #gemüsegarten #gärtnernfüranfänger #plantingveggies #growyourown #growyourownfood #growingfood

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2 months ago

Die Tomaten aus unserem Gemeinschaftsgarten schmecken so gut, dass ich davon Saatgut gesammelt habe. 🍅 Dazu habe ich ein paar Tomaten ausgedrückt und mit etwas Wasser eine Weile stehen gelassen. Sobald sich die Samen vom Fleisch lösten, habe ich das Wasser durch ein Haushaltspapier abgeleert und die Samen getrocknet. Mal schauen was nächsten Frühling daraus wächst! 🌱 #urbangardening #tomatoes #savingseeds #seedsaving #urbanpermaculture #urbanroots #balconygarden #balconylove #growingonmybalcony #urbangardeningswitzerland #greencity #organic #organicgardening #biogarten #balkongarten #gemüsegarten #gärtnernfüranfänger #plantingveggies #growyourown #growyourownfood #growingfood #nomonsanto

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