DIY chicken water and feeder from 5-gallon buckets Only $1 EACH!! The ones at the feed store this size are 50-60 dollars!
Goldenrain tree Origin: China, Korea and Japan Where it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees (USDA zones 5 to 9; find your zone) Elevation range: Up to 7,500 feet Water requirement: Low to moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 20 to 30 feet tall and 25 to 35 feet wide
Hmmm... Interesting. Keyhole Garden. 2 of these can feed a family of 10 all year round & use as little as a gallon of water a day, it's an awesome concept. A keyhole garden is the ultimate raised-bed planter. It is built in the shape of a circle about 6 ft. in diameter that stands waist-high & with a slice cut away. A hole in the center holds a composting basket that moistens & nourishes soil. The garden, can be built with recycled materials & requires less water than a conventional garden...
Common names: Downy serviceberry, shadbush, Juneberry, common serviceberry, serviceberry Origin: Native to zones 4–8 in eastern North America Where it will grow: USDA zones 4–9 can grow in clay soils and areas with partial shade to those with full sun Water requirement: Well-drained medium to moist soil; can work along ponds and stream banks. Once established, the serviceberry has been known to tolerate drought conditions. Light requirement: Partial to full sun
// Kochia Scoparia Seeds evergreen foliage plant for landscapes. Position: full sun/part shade Soil: Any soil Rate of growth: rapid ~ Hardiness: fully hardy Height: 15 to 36 inches Native: Europe, Asia and Australasia. Growing Region: Zones 2 to 10. Flowers: Summer. Flower Details: Light green, white. Hairy flowers Foliage: Green through to red!
Botanical name: Senna hebecarpa Common names: Wild senna, American senna Origin: Native from Wisconsin and Illinois east to southern New England and south to Georgia and Tennessee USDA zones: 4 to 8 (find your zone) Water and soil requirements: Medium to moist clay and loam Light requirement: Full to partial sun Mature size: 4 feet tall and wide, with a shrub-like habit Benefits and tolerances: Easy perennial; prevents soil erosion; attracts native bees; has rain garden potential