DIY Projects for the Self-Sufficient Homeowner: 25 Ways to Build a Self-Reliant…
DIY PROJECTS FOR THE SELF-SUFFICIENT HOMEOWNER: 25 Ways to Build a Self-Reliant Lifestyle
A Gardener's Checklist for Early Spring. expert advice on winter cleanup, spring pruning, sowing seeds, planting late-season bulbs, creating containers, dividing perennials, planting trees, and planning a vegetable garden sow seed, yard, garden checklist, bulb, gardens, vegetables garden, earli spring, spring garden, early spring
A Gardener's Checklist for Early Spring. expert advice on winter cleanup, spring pruning, sowing seeds, planting late-season bulbs, creating containers, dividing perennials, planting trees, and planning a vegetable garden
What a great dog house. Can go inside if they want, or out on the porch if they want and still contained without having to be on a chain. Plus no mud when it rains.
Clay Pots painted with chalkboard paint! So easy to do. My girls want to make an indoor garden. This is perfect. :) @ Do It Yourself Remodeling Ideas
Critter Spray...for everything that eats your garden. Ingredients: 10 oz. rubbing alcohol 2 Tbs. dish detergent Combine alcohol and dish detergent in a spray bottle. Fill with water. Shake and spray on those pesky critters.
Top 10 mistakes new gardeners make when growing herbs (and how to avoid them)
So wanna use this idea for ms. lili's garden. Spray paint the pot with chalk board paint. Then I can write what she planted on it! Cute idea.... Even cute for a "Natural, earthy" bridal shower!! plant, gift, indoor herbs, painted pots, chalkboard paint, kitchen windows, flower pots, herbs garden, clay pots
Green onions in water on my counter. I've been doing this for a while now and I always have the freshest green onions on hand (doesn't wilt like they would in the fridge) and I haven't had to buy in a while. I just cut off what I need and it grows soooo fast!!! cup, window, jar, glass, kitchen, place, scissor, green onions, the roots
The next time you have green onions, don't throw away the white ends. Simply submerge them in a glass of water and place them in a sunny window. Your onions will begin to grow almost immediately and can be harvested almost indefinitely.
Why am I telling you all this? To let you know, any idiot can grow garlic. Seriously. When’s the last time you watched a television special on the “Remarkable Garlic Growing Person”? Never. Because you do not have to be remarkable in any way, shape or form to grow garlic. garden grow, green thumb, growing garlic, planting garlic, grow garlic, plants, plant garlic, garden idea, fall gardening ideas
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