Five great zucchini recipes
Five Things to Cook with Zucchini. - picklebums.com
How to identify poisonous plants ~ good slogans!
WEED: Poison Ivy Type: Broadleaf perennial Size: To 15 feet tall and wide Appearance: Vine, shrub, or groundcover with leaves divided into three leaflets; clusters of green berries. Control: Prevent it with a deep layer of mulch. If it starts to grow in your yard, spot-treat it with an herbicide. Note: The plant contains oils that cause a severe allergic skin reaction in many people when touched. These oils are present even on dead
Black Nightshade Type: Broadleaf annual Size: 2 feet tall, 2 feet wide Where it grows: Landscape or garden areas with rich soil in sun or shade Appearance: Bushy or climbing plant with white or purple flowers and purple or red fruits. Control: Mulch to prevent it in gardens; pull by hand or treat with a post-emergence herbicide. Note: All parts of this plant, including the fruits, are poisonous.
WEED: Black Nightshade CAUTION: ALL PARTS OF THIS PLANT ARE POISONOUS. Type: Broadleaf annual Size: 2 feet tall, 2 feet wide Where it grows: Landscape or garden areas with rich soil in sun or shade Appearance: Bushy or climbing plant with white or purple flowers and purple or red fruits.
13 Attractive Ways To Add Privacy To Your Yard & Deck (With lots of pictures and resources)
Very smart! Rinse veggies right in the garden and then re-use the water on the plants. Plastic bucket and small laundry basket/colander would do nicely.
Colorful garden border
Eclectic Galvanized Metal Planters | Pottery Barn- grow herbs in them
Chiswick planter with boxwood and ivy from Thomas Baker
Replant entry pots with winter-hardy specimens, such as dwarf evergreens or boxwood, and ring the base with English ivy and a few faux berries for a festive shot of color. | Photo: John Gruen | thisoldhouse.com
obelisk in planter with ivy and flowers
Make your own terra cotta tiered planter. By the end of the summer the ivy was growing down the sides and the flowers were thriving even more! Stack pots on crushed coke cans to create the tiered look and at the same time allowing the water to drain.