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Finished Upside Down Tomato Plants with Flowers

The finished hanging upside down tomato planter.
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Tales From My Veggie Garden – How to Make a DIY Upside Down Tomato Planter

Making my upside down Tomato planter  
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How to Make a Upside Down Tomato Planter with Flowers

I promised that I would share how I make my DIY upside-down tomato planter, so today I managed to get everything together and vlog about it. There are many different ways to make these, I have seen 5 gallon buckets, gallon milk jugs, heavy duty plastic bags and all sorts of random things like...
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A Sample of The Nut House Veggie Garden

                               
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Weigh-Day for Wing Nut, Starting Our Veggie Seeds and Straw Bale Gardening

Wednesday is Weigh Day for Wing Nut. He as been doing well for the most part. He gained a lot of weight at the very start, I am guessing that it is because he was so far underweight. A few weeks ago I was disappointed when he didn’t gain any weight. And I am...
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We Still Have Apple Trees!

We Still Have Apple Trees!

I think we started out with 4 baby apple seedlings In January. And all 4 of them did well for awhile. I forgot to water them for too long and we lost a few. So sad. And then there were 2. But they are getting bigger and growing tons of leaves. I am really...
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Tales From My Veggie Garden 2009 III

Well as hard as I tried, I have not been here updating the growth of my Veggie Garden. Unfortunately, my Veggie Garden has been a bit difficult to get growing this year. I suppose that my 1 month old does have a bit to do with lack of time to keep up with my...
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Thankful Thursday

Thankful Thursday at The Nut House

The past 9 days since A5 was born have been flying by so quickly I hardly have time to think. Last week while I was in the hospital I got my days all mixed up and at some point on Friday I realized that it was not Monday. I completely missed Thankful Thursdays last...
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A Summer Pasta Salad

One of my favorite Summer foods is a cold Pasta Salad. It is light enough to eat first thing in the morning, makes a great lunch on a hot day and is the perfect addition to dinner on the grill. This Summer Pasta Salad is so cheap and easy to make, I make this...
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Tales From My Veggie Garden 2009 II

Last weekend I managed to get quite a bit in the ground, but not everything. Some veggies are doing well, others OK and some not doing well at all. Over all I am happy with the beginning results and still have time to replant some of the veggies that did not make it. As...
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Tales From My Veggie Garden 2009 I

I am going to “try” to do at least a weekly update on my veggie garden. Hopefully things will go well and I will be able to update much more often as everything starts to grow. We had very little luck last year as we lost our entire veggie bed because of back yard...
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