Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Using Ting Bottle In My Container Garden

Using Ting Bottle In My Container Garden

Plastic pollution involves the accumulation of plastic products in the environment that adversely affects wildlife, wildlife habitat, or humans. Plastics that act as pollutants are categorized into micro-, meso-, or macrodebris, based on size.

In America alone, Americans used about 50 billion plastic water bottles last year. However, the U.S.’s recycling rate for plastic is only 23 percent, which means 38 billion water bottles – more than $1 billion worth of plastic – are wasted each year.

Can you imagine the rest of the world?

Do your part and recycle.

One easy way to do this is to have a plastic bottle garden.

Using Ting Bottle In My Container Garden

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Small Crops

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming – my Small Crops in their containers

Yes, that’s a Ting plastic bottle, I recycled for a flower bed. Just cut out a portion of the side and puncture holes for drainage. Remember start your container garden and recycle plastics to help protect the environment, animals and slow down climate change.

Using Ting Bottle In My Container Garden

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Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body by Denise N Fyffe

In this testimonial, Denise shares intimate details from her childhood through to adulthood. She discusses, how fibroids or as they are also called myomas, fibromyomas, or leiomyomas, have affected her daily life and the adjustments that she was forced to make. After reading this book, women will become more informed about a disease that affects 80 percent of women; while making life miserable for one in four.

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Fibroids testimonial – Surgery complications and the bevy of nurses by Denise N. Fyffe

Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body

fibroid surgery courtesy of sflorg-com

fibroid surgery courtesy of sflorg-com

My eyes pop open and I realize that I am still in the operating room. The myomectomy is over and the drugs pull me back into the unconscious. When I open back my eyes, I am in a room with nurses talking at their station, a machine taking my blood pressure, oxygen, two IV lines in my arm – what the hell – and bandages on my wrists. You would think I slit both wrists, but no, I guess they went searching for more veins while I was out.

I feel no pressure or pain in my shoulder, so I am guessing the second surgery didn’t happen, but why?!

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Check out her book Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body

Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body by Denise N Fyffe

In this testimonial, Denise shares intimate details from her childhood through to adulthood. She discusses, how fibroids or as they are also called myomas, fibromyomas, or leiomyomas, have affected her daily life and the adjustments that she was forced to make. After reading this book, women will become more informed about a disease that affects 80 percent of women; while making life miserable for one in four.

Available at all online book retailers and Amazon.com.

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Copyright © 2016, Denise N. Fyffe, The Island Journal

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Separating The Plants From The Lawn

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Separating The Plants From The Lawn

Separating The Plants From The Lawn

Remember, I mentioned in an earlier article, that I had to remove the grass from where the plants were?

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Separating The Plants From The Lawn

To the corner, the grass was tall and lush, with little worms roaming about; meanwhile my flowers were looking droopy and dry.

Well, today I took it a bit further, I dug a small trench and putting a border between the garden and grass. This will deter the latter from overwhelming the former.

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Separating The Plants From The Lawn

You can do the same by #recycling any scrapes of #wood lying about your home. The digging was made easier because of yesterday’s rain. My back…is another issue😦

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Separating The Plants From The Lawn

Now unto my next gardening project.

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3D honey to my sauceJamaican Honey and Sauce is love poetry for every woman’s enjoyment and every man’s delight. From petty crushes to the moans of the broken hearted. From private fantasies to the rumblings of true love. From teenage romance to the musings of office workers. Honey and Sauce captures the intense, passionate thoughts and emotions of men and women everywhere.

Enjoy the sentiments inspired by puppy love, the first kiss, and the first time. Relish the sensations evoked by remembering when. Dip into the succulent emotions, rarely uttered, and privately desired. Jamaican Honey and Spice captures the essence of love and lust.

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Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Sawdust Path

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Sawdust Path

The Sawdust Path

Nobody likes trekking mud into the house, especially if you have to go in and out ever so often to tend to your garden and water your plants. So, it occurred to me to make a sawdust path.

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Sawdust Path

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Sawdust Path

 

Seeing that I had two and a half bags left over from my procurement at ARC Manufacturing, last week. I used one bag to transform the path from a muddy mess.

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Sawdust Path

Just over the border, you can see that I am still waiting on the grass to fill in.

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Gardening sure teaches patience.

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Check out her book Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body

Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body by Denise N Fyffe

In this testimonial, Denise shares intimate details from her childhood through to adulthood. She discusses, how fibroids or as they are also called myomas, fibromyomas, or leiomyomas, have affected her daily life and the adjustments that she was forced to make. After reading this book, women will become more informed about a disease that affects 80 percent of women; while making life miserable for one in four.

Available at all online book retailers and Amazon.com.

Follow her on: social-media2

Copyright © 2016, Denise N. Fyffe, The Island Journal

Fibroids testimonial – Time for the big cut, Myomectomy surgery by Denise N. Fyffe

Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body

fibroids-Laparoscopy courtesy of naturalfibroids-comSo its time for the big cut. Time to get these alien assassins out of my tummy. Thank God! The financial stress is real but my mind is on the surgery itself.

I opted to do the fibroid removal procedure – myomectomy – at St. Josephs hospital in Jamaica…thinking they will be cheaper. Let’s see if that is really so. Due to delays I arrive about two hours before my procedure, hungry and anxious. I pay my down payment, am admitted and after an hour’s wait – of which I am not amused – I am shown my room.

Then the needles come out, I put my big girl panties on – figuratively, because all I really have on is a thin piece a cloth with my butt out🙂.

More information is provided in my book. See details below.

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Check out her book Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body

Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body by Denise N Fyffe

In this testimonial, Denise shares intimate details from her childhood through to adulthood. She discusses, how fibroids or as they are also called myomas, fibromyomas, or leiomyomas, have affected her daily life and the adjustments that she was forced to make. After reading this book, women will become more informed about a disease that affects 80 percent of women; while making life miserable for one in four.

Available at all online book retailers and Amazon.com.

Follow her on: social-media2

Copyright © 2016, Denise N. Fyffe, The Island Journal

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Pruning, A Necessary Evil

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Pruning, A Necessary Evil

Pruning, A Necessary Evil

Do you remember my coleus plant how it was tall and top heavy? It was leaning over, not able to support itself.

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Small Flowers

I got this coleus from Hi Pro. I have sensed used the pruned sections to start some baby plants.

I pruned it and notice now all the shoots growing closer to the base.

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Pruning, A Necessary Evil

Sometimes pruning is a necessary evil.

Above, in the picture to the left, that was the #coleus plant before pruning. The other pics show that I planted the parts I clipped off. I was able to get at least six healthy plants, with one other dying. Pruning your plants makes sense, no matter how scary it seems and how beautiful the plant appears before.

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Check out her book Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body

Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body by Denise N Fyffe

In this testimonial, Denise shares intimate details from her childhood through to adulthood. She discusses, how fibroids or as they are also called myomas, fibromyomas, or leiomyomas, have affected her daily life and the adjustments that she was forced to make. After reading this book, women will become more informed about a disease that affects 80 percent of women; while making life miserable for one in four.

Available at all online book retailers and Amazon.com.

Follow her on: social-media2

Copyright © 2016, Denise N. Fyffe, The Island Journal

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: It’s Alive

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: It's Alive

Never give up on your plants until they are bone dry…and even then wait a little more.

You see that little stick, now examine at his sides closely. What do you see? It’s Alive!

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: It's Alive

These are the containers that I put aside..hoping…that life would #spring.

Below you can see my thyme, cherry and pepper plants are budding and looking firm.

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: It's Alive

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Check out her book Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body

Fibroids: The Alien Assassins in My Body by Denise N Fyffe

In this testimonial, Denise shares intimate details from her childhood through to adulthood. She discusses, how fibroids or as they are also called myomas, fibromyomas, or leiomyomas, have affected her daily life and the adjustments that she was forced to make. After reading this book, women will become more informed about a disease that affects 80 percent of women; while making life miserable for one in four.

Available at all online book retailers and Amazon.com.

Follow her on: social-media2

Copyright © 2016, Denise N. Fyffe, The Island Journal