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20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips And Ideas

20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips and Ideas (with pictures!)

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Not that I'm successful with taking care of plants, but....DIY Painted Pot ... Can't find a pot just the colour you want? Try upturning it & dripping paint down the sides for a unique look. Great gift idea & fun for kids to make their own. | The Micro Gardener

Drip Paint Pottery

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Food That Magically Regrows Itself from Kitchen Scraps

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How To Make A Hanging Gutter Garden

Stone PAVERS become stone PLANTERS. Cement planters can be so expensive. This is brilliant!

Self-Watering Hanging Basket

Growing strawberries (Or any plants!) from a gutter hung on the fence

25 garden tips you won't want to miss ~~ some are pretty neat.

Garlic in a tin, onions in a pot and other cool tips for growing veg in a container.

Easy DIY Potting Mix Recipe |

Inverted Gardening - Includes a convenient list of what you can successfully plant upside down.

66 Things You Can Can Grow At Home In Containers

I need to remember this for next year when planting my patio pots!

Container Vegetable Gardening For Beginners

Cut the bottom off a plastic pot to contain invasive plants & bury in the ground. I have been doing this for a few years & works great for containing plants that tend to spread, but that I still want to plant in the garden. This also works good for planting a plant in an area that tends to get filled with roots etc. from other plants. I will use a larger pot so that the plant can spread it's roots and grow deeper roots, but keeps other tree roots from choking out the one I planted.

Great for housewarming/wedding--fill with garden items - LOVE THIS!!!!

Line flowerpots and planters with coffee filters to stop soil from falling through the drainage hole. ~This Old House

gorgeous container flowers

Cut the bottom off a plastic pot to contain invasive plants & bury in the ground. I have been doing this for a few years & works great for containing plants that tend to spread, but that I still want to plant in the garden. This also works good for planting a plant in an area that tends to get filled with roots etc. from other plants. I will use a larger pot so that the plant can spread it's roots and grow deeper roots, but keeps other tree roots from choking out the one I planted.

I need to remember this for next year when planting my patio pots!