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7 surprising things experienced gardeners say you should keep around the house

What should you keep around the house for your garden? The items may surprise you. Turns out they are mostly household products you likely already have around the house.
Below each point, we include a video, so you can see how each household product can actually benefit your garden.
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1. Baby powder. This innocent-looking powder packs quite a punch, and everything will smell a little bit sweeter too! You'll want to stock up on a few bottles after you see how it can help your garden. See what you can do with baby powder in the video below:
2. Vinegar. Vinegar isn't just for cooking, it can really enhance your garden too. Check out a few clever ways you can use vinegar (white and apple cider) where your veggies and plants spend their days.
3. Irish Spring. Here's why experienced gardeners stock up on Irish Spring every year:
4. Plastic utensils. Believe or not, plastic utensils serve a functional purpose in the garden. Just see the many uses in the video below:
5. Aspirin. The next time you head out to the backyard to work on your garden, you might want to include a bottle of aspirin in your garden supplies. Read more: 7 brilliant reasons to use aspirin in the garden
6. Hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide ranks up there with baking soda and vinegar as one of the best multi-purpose products to have stocked in your cupboard. Typically used to sanitize injuries, hydrogen peroxide can also be used somewhere quite unexpected: the garden. Read more: 9 terrific reasons to use hydrogen peroxide in the garden
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7. Milk. Milk isn't just for food. It can act as a fertilizer and protect certain plants. Read more: 7 reasons to use milk in your garden
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