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This week on Try Living With Lucie, our host Lucie Fink takes us inside her apartment for indoor gardening. In this 5 day challenge, she educates herself and us on keeping plants alive indoors. Watch this episode of Try Living With Lucie to hone your indoor green thumb!

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Episode 02: Top 5 Houseplants for Beginners
Episode 03: How Not to Kill Your Succulent
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In my continuing theme of….”It’s always something”, I’m now battling nutsedge. Even though it’s not grass, it’s a grassy looking weed that can be hard to get rid of once it gets a hold. There are a couple of things that can be done. I’m going to try to smother some of it now, and do a more thorough job later.



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Thanks for visiting the Freshcutky organic gardening channel. This channel focuses on my journey, as I work to build my own cut flower farm. In the garden, I will answer some of the most common “gardening for beginners” type questions I get, including growing flowers from seed. Growing greens and beautiful organic food is something I’m really passionate about. Thank you for joining me as I learn to grow flowers, vegetables, and more.






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Many ornamental flowers and cut flowers are TOXIC. ALWAYS do your own research and take responsibility for the plants that you introduce around your kids, pets, and everyone else. Use common sense when handling plant materials: wear gloves, always wash hands, avoid contact with face, etc. NEVER consume any plant which has not been positively identified with complete certainty to be safe and edible. Before planting anything, research to determine whether specific flowers are considered invasive where you live or if there are laws that apply to their planting in your area.


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@freshcutky documents the pursuit of my goal of one day owning my own cut flower farm. Along the way, you’ll see random projects, cooking, and of course – growing stuff. I’m not an expert, and would never claim to be. There’s always more to learn – this is my journey. The purpose of my blog, and other social media accounts (including YouTube) is to share ideas. I do my best to offer information that is useful, but reliance on that information is strictly at your own risk and NOT a substitute for professional advice of any kind. I do not create sponsored content or use affiliate links unless they have been explicitly stated above.

Have you always wanted a vegetable garden, but you don’t have a lot of space or a green thumb? No problem! In this video I’m going to show you how to start and grow a vegetable garden that is fast, easy and very little work! Grow your own food!

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This episode is all about container gardening and worm castings. Use the table contents below to move through the video. I talk in depth about the benefits of worm castings and worm casting tea and show you how I use the products. I show you how to make a coco coir soilless mix, how I refresh my old container mixes, discuss the basics of moisture management, mulching and talk about what plants can be grown in specific size containers. The bench mark is the 5 gallon container. Enjoy!

0:00 Introduction and Video Overview
0:52 Detailed Benefits of Worm Castings
2:51 Comparison of 3 Kale Plants in Containers & Casting Details
4:30 Auxins in Castings for Growth/Why Use Them in Containers
5:13 Why You Would Use a Soilless Mix/A Coco Coir Brick
6:35 Container Sizes and Some Plants You Can Grow in Them
7:56 Tour of Container Tomatoes Grown with Castings
8:43 Making the Soilless Container Mix Using Worm Castings
13:27 Refreshing Old Container Mix Using Peat, Coir & Castings
16:10 Using Worm Casting Tea and Mulching Container Tops
17:45 What is Chitinase, Chitin and How Does it Stop Pests

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