Gardening

Natural Tomato (& Other Vining Plant) Ties Found In Your Yard + Photos from My Garden

Long grass works to tie your tomatoes, cucumbers, beans, peas or anything you need tied to a stake or trellis. You can use 2 or three pieces together to strengthen it. I have found this very convenient and I am more apt to get the job done when the supplies are a few steps away. Also, grass is compostable.

Please share your gardening tips in the comments.

Here are some photos from my garden:

Warmly,

Monica

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Here are a few of the products available with my art printed on them (by clicking an item you like, it will take you to the page where it’s available). They’d make great gifts to yourself or someone you love and would help support my dream of becoming a full-time writer and artist. Any purchase would be SO appreciated, but if you don’t want to or can’t, that’s totally fine. Just stopping by and reading my blog is a huge support.

Sexy Red Lips Face Mask featuring the painting Sexy Red Lips by Monica Resinger
Sexy Red Lips Face Mask
Dog Face Face Mask featuring the painting Dog Face by Monica Resinger
Dog Face

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