growing things in the dirt
What you will need: 1 14” terracotta pot 1 12” terracotta pot 1 10” terracotta pot 1 16” terracotta saucer Liquid Nails adhesive (I used one for extreme heat) Martha Stewart Multi-Surface Paint – I used Pool and Green Curry Martha Stewart foam Pouncers for the polka dots 1 can of Valspar Interior/Exterior Clear Sealer – I used Satin finish
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Diatomaceous Earth provides a permanent barrier against many pests, both indoors and out, naturally. Forget harsh synthetic chemicals! Get rid of: Ants, fire ants, caterpillars, cut worms, army worms, fleas, ticks, cockroaches, snails, spiders, termites, scorpions, silver fish, lice, mites, flies, centipedes, earwigs, slugs, aphids, Japanese beetles (grub stage), fruit flies, corn earworm, cucumber beetles, corn borer, sting bugs, squash vine borers, thrips, loopers, etc. NOTE: it will also k...
Diatomaceous Earth is a natural killer of many pests, both indoors and out. i have personally found it excellent for flea control. i used the food grade diatomaceous earth (can buy at a feed store) on my dog as a non-chemical flea powder, also sprinkled on her bedding, etc.
Paint pots in whimsical colors and def only use in shaded are w shade loving plants if u live in a hot area! Those pots dry out super fast (even when painted) and the water would just spill out of the top. Could seal the inside w paint and spray sealer. Use water gel mixed w soil to hold in moisture.
xeriscape with drought resistant plants and grasses
mini greenhouse out of a milk jug - BHG
Don't throw out the water your boil your eggs in. This water contains tons of calcium that your plants will love. Just let the water cool and dump it on your plants. PASTA water is great also! I also save my egg shells, rinse them out real well, smash them up then mix them with dirt and/or potting soil before planting any plants. For someone who doesn't have a green thumb, I have had great success with this
Don't throw out the water your boil your eggs in. This water contains tons of calcium that your plants will love. Just let the water cool and dump it on your plants. I also save my egg shells, rinse them out real well, smash them up then mix them with dirt and/or potting soil before planting any plants. @Debra Slack - this might interest you.