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Eight, 10- and 18-inch-diameter PVC pipes cut to varying heights serve as the bases for these mosaic pillars. Overturned terra-cotta saucers turn two of the pipes into pedestals; the third cradles a flowerpot.
The Serpent or Snake Gourd flower(Trichosanthes cucumerina). T cucumerina is a tropical or subtropical vine The gourd is popular in Southern India and Southeast Asia. It comes in various colors, sizes and shapes, growing to as long as 6 feet, and in Asia is often seen with a rock tied to the tip to keep it growing straight. Shoots and leaves are also eaten as a vegetable. The Snake Gourd has a very strange flower that opens at night Photo credit: tomrapsey on Flickr
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Living fences � also called agricultural fences � are a sustainable homestead fencing option for holding livestock, creating compost, growing livestock fodder, protecting and enriching soil, and more. Living fences will last generations and add a unique element to your property. Learn the many advantages of this farm-fencing alternative, and find out which tree and shrub species will work best. Also, find step-by-step instructions for starting an Osage orange living fence.data-pin-do=
Living Fences: How-To, Advantages and Tips Sustainable living fences can hold animals, protect soil, provide livestock fodder, offer food or compost, and will last generations.
Self watering vertical garden with recycled water bottles
Love this idea for re-purposing a kitchen spice rack and using it as a raised garden