Blog Posts - Planting



In Partnership to Reach the Lost

Working on the computer may not seem like a big deal, that is unless it's helping to bring 1 million to Christ.
by discipleMexico on Apr 9, 2016

Zucchini Squash

Grow a frugal, productive crop on your homestead—zucchini!
by Hunter Happenings on Mar 28, 2016

The Best Cream of Celery Soup (Easy and Frugal)

HOMEMADE SOUP IS NOT JUST FOR WINTER   If you love cream based soups and have extra celery kicking around the refrigerator that needs using up this cream of celery soup will wake up your taste-buds and surprise your wallet. While I was looking in th...
by CanadianBudgetBinder on Mar 27, 2016

The Gift That Keeps on Giving

The LFTL funds received in January have freed up resources that are being used to purchase land to build churches in pivotal communities, especially those lacking evangelical presence.
by discipleMexico on Mar 17, 2016

Planting The Seeds That Create Success

  If we are going to create a life that we enjoy living, that enables us to feel alive and on purpose and powerful – we must begin planting the right seeds today in order to create tomorrow’s success. I teach often about the process for success...

The California Garden in January

In today's post I would like to talk about everything you can do in your California Garden in the month of January. This month you should:Make sure you start seeds indoors for all your summer vegetables like tomatoes, peppers, eggplantsContinue harve...
by California Gardening Blog on Mar 10, 2016

Favorite Garden Books: Planting in a Post-Wild World

I am a long-time fan of Thomas Rainer’s garden design blog, Grounded Design (see Garden Blogs of the Month: May 2010), so when I learned that he had a book coming out, I was eager to read it. Planting in a Post-Wild World: Designing Plant Communiti...
by Jean's Garden on Mar 9, 2016

Frugal Ways To Start A Garden

I've definitely got spring fever and can't wait for it to warm up so that I can get my hands in the dirt.But I know some folks are just starting a garden, and don't want to spend any more than they have to to get that garden of their dreams.So here a...
by Cozy Little House on Mar 6, 2016

Creative Garden Container Pot Combinations and Tips

    Spring is right around the corner and I’m SO ready to do a little planting around the house. Today, I wanted to share some creative garden container pot ideas and tips/tricks to hopefully inspire you with some pretty … Conti...
by The Creativity Exchange on Feb 29, 2016

Progress on the Side Slope Design

Since I posted two weeks ago on beginning to design the side slope planting for my new front garden (see Year 2 Plans for the New Front Garden), I have continued to work on it. At the same time, I have been reading Planting in a Post-Wild World by Th...
by Jean's Garden on Feb 20, 2016

Selecting and Starting Seeds

Learn how to grow healthy transplants for your garden!
by Hunter Happenings on Jan 25, 2016

Miniature Fairy Garden

SimpleDecoratingTips.com - Diy & Decorating for everything from your Home to Cottage Here’s a great way to introduce children to a little bit of gardening… with a miniature fairy garden! My 10 year old (she’d for sure want me to...

Miniature Fairy Garden

Here’s a great way to introduce children to a little bit of gardening… with a miniature fairy garden! My 10 year old (she’d for sure want me to correct myself here and say almost 11 year old) granddaughter has really been wanting to...

Miniature Fairy Garden

Here’s a great way to introduce children to a little bit of gardening… with a miniature fairy garden! My 10 year old (she’d for sure want me to correct myself here and say almost 11 year old) granddaughter has really been wanting to...

Identifying Hershey PA and Southern Jersey for Church Planting.

For the past year or so, I’ve been involved with Church On The Other Side, a Church planting project and initiative of Lancaster Mennonite Conference. As a team of coaches working together... More online at www.jeffmclain.com...
by Jeff McLain on Jan 13, 2016

When the Plan Comes Together

...the explosion of gratitude that overtook me was stronger than any blast the A-Team could have concocted.
by discipleMexico on Jan 9, 2016

How to grow chilies from seed

Malaysia is known as a hot and spicy country due to its dishes and of the famous "chilies" grown locally.I love gardening and growing my own plants from the seeds and attempted to grow them from seeds here in Alor Setar, Kedah, Malaysia.I planted the...
by All about Malaysia on Dec 23, 2015

Our Winter Newsletter is Now Available!

With the change in season comes the opportunity to inform you about what's been going on since our arrival in Mérida in August.
by discipleMexico on Dec 12, 2015

The Landscaper – Lawn & Landscaping WP Theme (Business)

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by AreYouPop on Nov 28, 2015

Kimberly on Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Name: Kimberly Course Taken: Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Current Year Level : 2nd year Why did you choose to take the course you did? I took this course because I’m passionate about planting crops. Also, my aunt wanted me to take this co...


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