many level garden.
Ray Main - desire to inspire - desiretoinspire.net
inexpensive outdoor curtains
DIY Drop Cloth Outdoor Curtains & a Summer Celebration Hop
how to hypertufa
How to Cure Hypertufa Successfully | Avoid 'Tufa Curing Disasters
IKEA Hackers: Large concrete planter from kid's chairs
Large concrete planter from kid’s chairs - IKEA Hackers
patch of strawberries in a BIG pot :)
Maak van je terras een tuin - woonblog
Favorite Things Friday -
Add 1 tsp. of liquid food coloring to 1 cup of water. Drizzle the colored water onto the soil surrounding the base of a plant. Wait 24 hours for the water to absorb. Apply another identical dose if the color change was not sufficient.
How to make cement planters - I want lots of cement planters in my backyard
How to Make Modern Cement Planters Using Packaging
How to paint wrought iron...great idea! I see these sets ALL the time on Craig's List. I could totally do this!
How to Paint Wrought Iron - Bob Vila
Feeding your plants – a simple guide
Onze mini-tuin mag beginnen groeien - woonblog
"I soak hard seeds overnight in strong tea. The tannic acid softens the outer covering of the seeds and makes germination faster and surer." ~ A gardening tip from Club Member Mary Ann Marino of West Pittsburgh, PA this might be easier than the acid method
Blind-Tastings: The shades of Black TeaSteep it Loose Blog
Stacked Worm Composting for Under $15. The Worm Factory works great; it makes finished worm castings in about a month; a pound of worms can eat about a pound of food a day; it produces a nutrient rich “tea” for fertilizing indoor or outdoor plants.Side note: I first made this faucet bucket for an experiment with bokashi composting.
Stacked Worm Composting for Under $15 » Pittsburgh Permaculture