Grow It Green
Great ideas to grow your own produce, flora, and fauna. I try to make this board pinteresting tips and innovative.
Plastic laundry detergent bottle as a watering can. Drill plenty of holes in the cap. To allow air to flow into the bottle and keep the water free flowing, cut a hole near the cap in the handle – not to close to the cap, otherwise the water spills out there, too. Great way to recycle!
DIY solar heater made from soda cans. Should be enough heat for a green house.
Never Pay For Onions Again: Grow Them Indoors! This page has all sorts of interesting ideas for growing plants indoors. - Must read when I have time.
Growing Romaine lettuce from the leftover stumps
Glow stones---in your yard, along your driveway, wherever, they glow at night after soaking sun all day.
Use toilet paper rolls to start your plants. When ready to plant, stick the whole roll in the ground. Roll will decompose
Repurpose Tic-Tac containers for saving seeds- genius!
how to fold a box from newspaper. Then you can plant your seeds in them then plant the whole thing in the ground!
Rain Barrel Watering Cans Stylish take on traditional water run-off by architect Max Levy - a quick way to use rain water to water your plants... just make sure your gutters are clean!
A simple solution. DIY Raised Garden Bed made out of cinder blocks.
kitchen garden, for your herbs!
Plant lemon grass in big pots for the patio... it repels mosquitoes and it grows tall
Pumpkin vines grow well on a net, freeing up garden space for other plants.
What You'll Need: One or two wooden pallets Framing hammer Pry bar Measuring tape Straightedge Pencil Miter saw or circular saw 2x4 lumber (optional) Table saw 1-5/8-inch galvanized exterior screws Screw gun Glue (optional) Level Drill Sandpaper Tack cloth or vacuum Stain and polyurethane or primer and paint
DIY pallet potting bench
Recycled garden wall that waters itself- inspiration for the garden