Lotus Garden Newsletter for Homesteaders. 24th June 2020

All the gardeners seem to be busy in the gardens, with less time to share their wisdom with us than usual, but never fear, I did find some gems to share with you today!

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Things happening in the community.

This week's @ecotrain question asks us how we deal with monsters and gets us to look at our tolerance levels.

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If you're a needle worker, don't forget to post in the @needleworkmonday community for a chance to win a 500 HP delegation for 7 days, in their latest drive.

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Welcoming Newcomers

It looks like we have a new gardener on the blockchain! A rooftop gardener at that. Please welcome @shikto20 to Hive.

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Some highlights of the week

Cambodian sweet potato desert, anybody? Once again, @sreypov shares her delectable looking recipes.

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After seeing post on Facebook this week about the dangers of not protecting yourself against garden injuries, this article from @artemislives on the dreaded mosquito bite, highlights another irritant not to be ignored, in case it should turn into something much more serious.

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If you hate thinning out and/or feeling like you're wasting seeds, then @sustainablyyours could have a solution in the form of seed tape. Learn how to make and use your own with this practical guide.

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Dealing with pest problems is an ongoing issue, especially for those not wanting to risk poisons. Rats can be particularly troublesome, but @goldenoakfarm has found a home brewed method that doesn't call for those risky toxins.

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I love that contents.

Going to try to catch these now. Excited about being home in my garden. When is new #gardenjournal time @simplymike? Welcome to @shikto20!

Thank you.

Will get it up later today 👍

Thanks for the mention!

I just have a basil and a aloe vera plant. That's not technically a garden but I find very interesting to read these posts ♥️

No harm in keeping it small. ;D

Thank you very much for the mention and the support my recipe.😊

Muy interesantes las publicaciones de jardineria, yo tengo un mini jardin :D


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Gracias por compartir tan interesantes temas.