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Q:What's a good book to learn the basics of gardening? I have never done any gardening before.?
Gardening 1-2-3 by Home Depot. You can go to Home Depot and buy it. Or you can go to Books A Million, they have sale books section. Some gardening books by Ortho are 50% off.
Q:What are the main points i should remember when i design a home garden on my own?
I hope you mean flower garden...because vegetable gardens are another story altogether. First, find plants good for your hardiness zone. If they aren't hardy in your area, they won' t survive the first winter. Second, find plants that are appropriate for the amount of sunlight you get in the area you're planting. Full sun plants will not thrive if they only get one hour of direct sunlight a day. Shade plants may get leaf burn in full sun. Third, select plants which will mature to the size you want in each area. Don't pick plants based on the size when you purchase them. If so, they will become overgrown and look bad. Fourth, choose colors that go well together and complement each other. Fifth, choose some evergreen, some perennial, and some annuals. Evergreens keep their leaves all year. Perennials die off in the fall but come back every year. Annuals last only one season and usually are planted to give a large amount of seasonal color--things like petunias and impatiens. For vegetable gardens, it's important to improve your soil, make sure the garden gets plenty of sunlight (most vegetables need full sun), keep out the critters who think it's a salad bar, keep out the bugs who will destroy your plants, plant at the right time, and choose plants and space them appropriately. I also recommend composting your yard and kitchen waste so that you have a free source of soil improver for next year. Gardening is really satisfying once you get going. Good luck to you!
Q:Does anyone have the fluffy white frosting recipe from the old version of Better Homes and gardens cookbook?
Fluffy White Frosting Recipe
Q:what kind of flower is this?
Its a Hydrangea plant. If you are thinking of getting one and planting in your garden, be sure you dont mind about the colour because they tend to change colour sometimes depending on the soil. The acidity in the soil is sensitive to the plant.
Q:i want to plant a home garden to donate to a childrens home.. what are the best things to grow?
I think that is such a beautiful thing to do!! With the beautiful weather in your area, you can grow quite a variety. First, kids are more likely to eat veggies if they are involved with the growing. If the kids are old enough and the home staff are willing to allow it, involve the kids. Start with what they like to eat. In general, kids I know love peas, green beans, cherry tomatoes, zucchini and yellow squash, cucumbers. Watermelon, especially the personal: size kind are always a big hit with the kids. As to time, it depends on variety. Peas could be producing is less than 2 months. Tomatoes and cucumbers, from plants, less than 1 month, Beans and the squashes -about 2 months. Watermelon could be 2-3 months, but the big leaves are wonderful and kids can measure the growth and record the size -they will see changes from one week to the next. Carrots are easy if the soil is not rocky. You can eat the tiny carrots that you thin out. You can plant any of the lettuces- kids do enjoy salad if they get to do a buffet. Give them a basket or little pail and let them pick a leaf or two from different plants. Can you taste the difference? Which one is the best? are great games to play to get them involved. For the plants that like cool: peas and lettuce, plant them where there is shade. I can grow them in the middle of the summer on the north side of my house in the shade of a tall tree as long as I give them proper watering. I would also plant some herbs: mint- in a pot, chives, basil, Please, consider keeping the garden free of chemicals. That way the kids can pick and eat the veggies right from the garden, and the home staff will be ok with not having to wash off chemicals.
Q:Whats the recipe for potpie from 1981 better homes and Garden?
I don't have a 1981 Better Homes and Garden cookbook but I do have the Better Homes and Gardens All-Time Favorite Recipes from 1979. They don't have a recipe called Chicken Pot Pie but they do have a recipe called Carolina Chicken Pie which sounds just like a chicken pot pie. Here's the recipe: CAROLINA CHICKEN PIE 1 (4 1/2 to 5 pound) stewing chicken 8 cups water 1 medium onion, sliced 2 celery stalks with leaves 2 parsley sprigs 2 tsp salt 1/4 tsp pepper 3 hard-cooked eggs, chopped 1/2 c all-purpose flour Plain pastry In a 5-quart kettle combine chicken, water, onion, celery, parsley, salt and pepper. Bring to boiling. Reduce heat and simmer, covered, until chicken is tender, about 2 1/2 hours. Drain chicken, reserve broth and 1/4 cup chicken fat. Strain and refrigerate broth. Cool chicken enough to handle. Remove meat from bones; discard skin and bones. Cube meat; place in 13 x 9 x 2 baking pan. Sprinkle chopped hard-cooked eggs on top. In a saucepan combine reserved chicken fat and the flour. stir in 4 cups of the reserved broth. Cook and stir until bubbly; pour over the chicken. Prepare the Plain Pastry for a double-crust pie. Roll pastry to 14 x 12 rectangle. Place pastry over chicken; seal and flute edges. Cut slits; bake at 375 degrees until filling bubbles and pastry browns, about 45 minutes. Makes 6 to 8 servings. PLAIN PASTRY 1 c all-purpose flour 1/2 tsp salt 1/3 c shortening 3 to 4 tablespoons cold water Stir together flour and salt; cut in shortening until pieces are the size of small peas. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon water over part of the mixture. Gently toss with a fork; push to the side of the bowl. Repeat until all is moistened. Form dough into a ball. Continue as directed in recipe. This makes one crust so double it for the above recipe and roll it out as it says above. Hope that helps.
Q:can i file a suit against employer that wrote down injury as home injury and won't change it?
You are posting in the wrong section. This is for Home Garden, but I think there should be something you can do. I'd contact a local law office and ask advice.
Q:Home designing software?
Here okorder.com/ The better of the two is the second one. It is provided by Better Homes Gardens Magazine. It has tools that allow you to do all of the things you specify. The other link is to the About . com website that catagorizes and provides links to specific tools on the web. In this case, you will find links to various home design tools. Good luck with your projects.
Q:Is there a gardening site that lets you make a online garden picking plants and all?
Better okorder.com/
Q:I asked the home and gardens section this questions?
hhahahhaha. You asked home and garden.

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