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Plant succulents in a shell!

Oh so succulent

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Succulent Monogrammed Planter made to order by RootedInSucculents via etsy

Shredded paper, water, blender and a muffin tin. Seed starters dry & ready for some soil!

365 Days of DIY: Seed Starters out of Paper Pulp

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How to make Kokedama (video)

DIY Garden: Hanging Kokedama Plant - Free People Blog

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  • Connie Hickle

    This will be a great project to share with my granddaughter next week.

  • Dil Caldeira Filho

    Parabéns, adorei a idéia! =] Ficou ótimo mesmo, é simples e deixa o ambiente bastante agradável.

How to plant garlic (one clove produces up to twenty more) - you can always have fresh garlic!

How to Grow Garlic - Soap Deli News

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DIY rain chains (the link does not give instructions)

Elderberry Street: Roger's Gardens Visit

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Herb Gardens without the Garden! Sweet Paul Summer 2012

Wine bottle planters. Wasn't able to find any instructions, but I like the look!

  • nhu hiep nguyen

    @Mooneend: :)

  • Chelsea

    Be careful with this DIY project... a friend of mine tried out the bottle look in her garden and it just looks like some crazy lady put wine bottles in her garden. It's hard to make them look classy.

  • Collusion

    Haha @ Chelsea

  • Cheri Smith

    I love tis! And I think I'm one crazy lady that would do this. lol

  • Viv

    Curbly

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Growing Rosemary

  • Frances Purifoy

    And it has a really pleasant scent.

  • el dot

    In my experience, it grows well near the entrance of your home.

  • Marla Benabdallah

    My mother in law has a hedge of it in front of her home in Morocco, Cant seem to grow it here

  • Britney Snow

    Thanks for you all's wonderful feedback. I will try what you said and see if I can make it this time. :)

  • Caroline Andrews

    You're welcome! Herbs are very easy to grow, especially in pots. I grow most of them year round in my warm climate.

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