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Recycled milk churn used as flower planter with trailing Nasturtiums. Have my eye out for a milk churn either for a planter or a stool.

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Camellias are such a beautiful flower and plant. They bloom in Feb., March and April here in the south. Leaves must be sprayed for 'Whitefly'. Neal

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Sundews (Drosophylla) Carnivorous Plants - repinned by www.earthangel-family.de

Sundews (Drosophylla) Carnivorous Plants - repinned by www.earthangel-family.de

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from Old Farmer's Almanac

Whiteflies

Learn about Whiteflies--what they are, how to spot them, and how to protect your garden!

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Creeping Thyme, great for rock walls, nooks and crannies… Nooks and crannies of rock walls are to be definitely considered as containers!!! This will look fab tucked into those nooks and crannies

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from 9GAG

This is Wooster, in his Halloween costume.

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from Gardeners Supply

How to Attract Bug-Eating Birds, Backyard Birds, Attracting Birds: Gardener's Supply

How to attract bug-eating birds to lessen dependence on pesticides. Bluebirds: grasshoppers, crickets, beetles, larvae, moths; Cardinals: beetles, grasshoppers, leafhoppers, stinkbugs, snails; Chickadees: aphids, whitefly, scale, caterpillars, ants, earwigs; Oriole: caterpillars, larvae, beetles, grasshoppers; Sparrows: beetles, caterpillars; Swallows: moths, beetles, grasshoppers; Warblers: caterpillars, aphids; Woodpeckers: larvae, beetles, weevils

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7 flowers to plant in the in the garden for natural pest control.../

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from Buzzle

Whitefly Control

WHITE FLY CONTROL Ingredients: 3 large onions. 3 tablespoons cayenne pepper. 1 whole bulb of garlic. 1 teaspoon vegetable oil. A splash of water. Blend all above and set aside overnight. NEXT DAY: strain and add some water and your pesticide is ready! Spray once a week.

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Nasturtium/Annual/Full Sun NOTE: Edible blooms

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