What to grow & when to plant it
Placed around gardens, this pure copper wire mesh repels snails and slugs, because they don't like touching copper. It can also be cut to length to stuff in cracks, gaps or other small openings in buildings to block birds or rodents or other animals. pure copper, copper wire, snails in garden, animals, slug, rats in garden, birds, mice control, copper mesh
Placed around gardens, this pure copper wire mesh repels snails and slugs, because they don't like touching copper. It can also be cut to length to stuff in cracks, gaps or other small openings in buildings to block birds or rodents or other animals.
Alternative Gardning: Slugs, Rats and Mice Control
how to keep a good edge on your flower beds. For so little money, you get huuuge curb appeal: no weeds, edge all your beds (just takes a shovel) and lots of wonderful mulch (use Shredded hard wood. It doesn't blow away and it breaks down to enrich your garden bed soil.). These few efforts will give you tremendous curb appeal!!!!!!!!!!!!! mothers day, lawn, flower pins, edg bed, curb appeal, garden edging, backyard, flower beds, garden beds
how to keep a good edge on your flower beds
Perfect Edges for Your Beds and Borders | Fine Gardening
Use the frame from an inexpensive paper lantern. This will look awesome once it fills in!
How to Build a Raised Bed Vegetable Garden | Easy Assembly & Low Cost
How to Build a Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
While researching ideas for my vegetable garden I came across an idea which would help to keep my garden rows neat and take care of some of the... garden weed control, pallet gardening ideas, garden vegetable ideas, pallets in garden, vegetables garden, weeds in vegetable garden, vegetable gardens ideas, garden rows, veget garden
Pallets in the Garden
Why you should NOT use plastic bottles to irrigate plants or your garden. It increases the likelihood of impurities due to the introduction of bacteria and the potential leaching of plastic compounds into the water. And into your vegetables and fruits. plastic bottles, soda bottles, potted plants, vegetables garden, planter, tomato plants, deep water, the roots, water bottles
Tomato plants like deep watering. Why waste water when you can make a simple reservoir delivery system. Neat idea. The photo says it all.
Bottle Irrigation Tomato Plant
Fertilize Your Plants Here's a great way to reuse all the old tea bags you have around the house: use them for your plants. Tea bags can be used as an organic fertilizer for potted house plants, with many stimulant benefits from the nutrients in the ingredients. You can even remove the bags and mix the tea leaves inside with your soil, helping absorb water, retaining moisture. potted plants, tea bag, around the house, leav, fertilizer for plants, pot hous, plant containers, garden, organ fertil
After your cup of tea, toss your leaves (or your teabag, but rip it open) into a potted plant for an organic fertilizer!
Line your raised bed with chicken wire to keep out gophers and moles.
Shade tolerant vegetables
Enter your zip code and this calendar will tell you what to plant and when to plant it, week-by-week. Fantastic!
Easy assemble, modular cedar trellises in any shape or size.
A site called 'old fashioned families' with all you need to know about gardening, canning, preserving, saving tons of money and general homesteading.
Great design for raised bed, able to reach it all easily
The Top 3 Rules for Tree Care (from the bloggers at Gardener's Supply)