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How to Grow Onions - From Start to Finish

How to Grow Onions - From Start to Finish

Stepping stones made with rhubarb and hosta leaves. Turn the leaf upside down and use leaf as a mold. Mix Topping Mix (fine cement) w/water to a soft cookie dough and put it on leaf. Pat all over to bring up the water and remove the bubbles. Put a layer of chicken wire on top of this. Mix concrete cement and put a layer on top of that. Hold your hand against the sides and pat the cement to bring up water and to seal all layers. The next day, turn the leaf over and peel it off. Dry a few days.

a solar light used with a lampshade to make a patio lamp . . . okay, mind just blown

Amazingly Easy (and chic) DIY Outdoor Planter Pot for $15!! You could do it in any color and I bet you could do it for even less than $15 :) :) :)

Herb Garden- add some dividers in each box for containment and this would be wonderful

DIY pallet public bench / from derelict void space to amazin public place / athens, greece by Atenistas

Wreath – Dried Yarrow — #wreath #Christmas # DIY

Building a Raised Garden Bed - This area in the picture looks a LOT like how my side yard is shaped. Narrow and long. This oculd be a good way to build raised beds in the future.

Preventing Weeds Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. Use baking soda around all of the edges of flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. Do this twice a year – spring and fall.

*** Nice! Purchase stair risers from your local home improvement store...paint it white and add some window boxes... small herb garden?

For the sides of the house where I have no grass.

how to plant and grow garlic. - I did this with a .49 garlic from the gocery and had so much garlic, plus while it's growing it's pretty... Oh we use this so much I should seriously grow it!!!

What to Plant for a Second Season Garden (to be planted mid to late summer. i've read if you do this with carrots, you can harvest fresh carrots for thanksgiving!) :-)

I love this...when I get around to making an enclosed garden area, I'm going to do this.