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How to grow your own Garlic step by step

Garlic is one of the easiest veggies to grow, but sometimes those big green tops yield a harvest of disappointingly small heads. After nearly a year of patiently watering, weeding and fertilizing, we want large flavorful garlic for our favorite recipes! Here’s 9 steps to take, from pre-planting preparation through harvest, to help you grow your biggest garlic heads yet.   In addition to following all of the steps outlined below, it is important to plant your garlic at the right time. Plant garlic in the Fall (September and October are the best months to plant), it should be at least 2 weeks before your first frost of the season. This affords your garlic the best possible chances to withstand Winter...

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Three more Fridays from Today! 2018 is just around the corner and we are so EXCITED to share our new amazing collections, flavors, and products for the new year. Therefore; 2017 goodies will be out the door to make room for the new goodies. These collections are all limited edition and won't be available in the new year. We've decided once a year to celebrate our customers with a special treat with one weekend of 75% OFF the entire site! Yes, perfect gifts for the holidays!   I repeat 75% OFF the entire site! Whoop Whoop Mark your Calendars SALE starts November 24th  (first come first serve)                                    ...

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Return to innocence (Bloom Room)

How does a child operate so beautifully? Well their intuition and judgment has freshly arrived from another shore. Truly a virgin of consciousness to which (UNTOUCHED). Ready to prepare for experience ahead. Have you ever questioned what would you be like without all the labels society and self has applied? Hard to grasp huh? What were you? Who are you without all the labels? As an adult I think we pull a Benjamin Button effect. To the point we have amnesia as to where we really come from. As we grow we undress and remove all the layers one by one. Religion, education, TV, image, peers, etc. As we undress we start discovering self. We uncover our return to innocence....

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How to harvest Red Clover Tea and use daily for cancer prevention, indigestion, high cholesterol, hot flashes, menopause, breast tenderness, etc.

Red clover (Trifolium pratense) is a well-known “weed” introduced to North America by European colonists and is now commonly found in fields, roadsides, and in yards from May until September. This herbal perennial in the pea family (Fabaceae, also known as Leguminosae) roots itself with a long taproot and rises up with a slender, hollow, and hairy stem. The blossom surfaces with its two three-parted, and white V-embossed leaflets in a cheerful burst of purple-pink petals. In the sweet, flowering head, one will find deliciousness and an assortment of beneficial constituents. Not bad for a “weed”! In this article you will find everything from uses to dosage to a delicious red clover tea recipe. Traditional Uses of Red Clover In many...

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