Lemongrass is a fabulous addition to your recipes and surprisingly easy to grow! You can even propagate it from cuttings.

Lemongrass - How to Grow it and Use it

Love my lemongrass plant! Lemongrass is a fabulous addition to your recipes and surprisingly easy to grow! You can even propagate it from cuttings.

Growing Lemongrass

Better Home Gardens: Grow your own lemongrass! Growing lemongrass is child’s play. All you need to do is plonk the stalks that you buy at the supermarket into a jar filled with about an inch or so of water and just watch it grow!

Starting a rose bush and other plants from a cutting (slip)

Starting a Rose Bush and other plants from a Cutting (Slip) – Fred Gonsowski Garden Home

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Neat little kitchen garden with a nice trellis for growing climbers. Raised beds and simple paving create a clean modern look.

Source List Container – $20 – Big Lots Water Lillies – $3.98 – Lowe’s ($1.99 each on clearence) Water Lettuce - $1.98 – Lowe’s ($0.99 each on clearence) Canna Lilly – $2.00 – Home Depot ( bought a 5 bulb pack for $5. Potting Soil – Fish – $0.75 – Walmart Fish Food – $2.00 Fish Net ( helps when changing the water) – Mosquito Dunks -$5.99 Total - $36.70

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Black raised garden beds Modern potager - Finalist in Best Edible Garden Category of the 2014 Considered Design Awards, Gardenista

Brooke Giannetti's Kitchen Garden from her Velvet and Linen blog.

I would love for our veggie garden to look like this someday. Only with paths of wood chips rather than pea gravel.


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