Cayenne pepper is a little too spicy for me, so I totally understand why it acts as a pesticide! Combine one tablespoon of cayenne pepper with a few drops of liquid soap (I suggest Ivory). Give it a few hours (or overnight) to settle and then use it. You’ll want to shake it before, so that the mixture is active and potent!
If you have a border around your yard, then add some lights to it. You can take a string or tube of lights and attach them to the inside part of the border. It’s that easy.
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I love growing my own plants, but sometimes you can get… weird results. One year, I had some beautiful tomatoes that were SO sour. It was pretty bad. I learned, though, that you can mix some baking soda into the soil to make your tomatoes sweeter in just a matter of days!
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If you want a plant with a pop of color and also a great fragrance, then look no further than lavender. Although it may take some time to get used to its maintenance routine, lavender is one of the best smells for your yard and garden.
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If you’re like me, then you probably love tea. And even if you don’t like tea, your plants do! Lots of people say that soaking your seeds in tea up to 24 hours before you plant them will help them germinate better. Try it out, and when you realize it works, keep on doing it!