7 Clever Tips for Home Organic Gardeners

Photo by: Martha Stewart Living
Eggshells

Use: To control blossom end rot.

How to make it: Take the shells of four eggs and crush them. Mix these shells into the soil around each plant.

Why it ... more 
Photo by: Martha Stewart Living
Eggshells

Use: To control blossom end rot.

How to make it: Take the shells of four eggs and crush them. Mix these shells into the soil around each plant.

Why it works: The calcium in eggshells will dissolve slowly into the soil, where it will be taken up by the plant's roots.

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We've got seven clever and organic remedies for indoor and outdoor plants, plus green gardening tips from Martha Stewart, whose passions include gardening and organic choices. From your hanging planters all the way down to the soil in the ground, Martha gives tips to make sure every aspect of your garden is green.



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