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Railway timbers and pea gravel pathway.

Railway timbers and pea gravel! | Gardens Click

Time to Harvest Sunflower Seeds: Here’s How to Do it. Interesting article giving benefits of growing sunflowers for wildlife and insects, especially butterflies.

Time to Harvest Sunflower Seeds: Here's How to Do it

Have any milk crates laying around? Any old tshirts? If so, than you can have a square foot garden! The tshirts keep the soil well drained.

With the help of a cold frame, you can extend your gardening season into winter, growing fresh salad greens, carrots, radish and a lot more.

How to Save Heirloom Tomato Seeds | One of my favorite things about heirloom plants is being able to save the seeds. You purchase the seeds once and then, because of the beauty of God's design, you can save the seeds to plant year after year to feed your family. Here's how to save heirloom tomato seeds, step-by-step. One step may surprise you! |

How to Save Heirloom Tomato Seeds

Seed Saving Tips - Homespun Seasonal Living

Seed Saving Tips - Homespun Seasonal Living

A guide to hardy plants for multiple zones with tips and ideas for a successful perennial garden.

Hardy Plants ~ The DIY Gardener's Guide - On Sutton Place

Hometalk :: A DIY Gardener's Guide to Hardy Perennials

A DIY Gardener's Guide to Hardy Perennials

Look mom, no drips! This re-purposed watering can is free, convenient and guaranteed not to dribble while you water. Photo: Astra McNicholl/A Journey to a Dream

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I like this! I like the writing of what it is, might also work to add the pots on the outter part so you can have more plants

Herb garden idea , MUST HAVE THIS OUTSIDE MY KITCHEN DOOR. Perfect for cooking, just love it

Plant these in the garden to repel mosquitoes - wont get rid of them completely, but every little bit helps! All these plants really need to have some direct sunlight on them during the day to get them to grow, even in Houstons tropical climate. ~ Houston Foodlovers