How to Make a Lettuce Hanging Basket
How to Grow a Wire and Moss Lettuce Hanging Basket
The end look is organic and artsy, the perfect pairing. It's tough to go wrong when the main material is free. Add a few more elements and your garden pathway is transformed into something fresh and beautiful. For instructions, go to this page: translate.google....
Got Pallets? Hate weeding? Dont feel like turning up a bunch of grass? Use a pallet as a garden bed - staple garden cloth on the backside of the pallet fill with dirt and start growing! You can also place your pallet on the ground in a rocky location rather than a grassy area, this way you will not need the garden cloth to stop the weeds and grass coming through!
Cool idea for old file cabinet.
Covering 5 gal buckets with burlap and twine.
String art projects get a lot of attention, but it's surprisingly hard to find a how-to that actually shows you how to make your own. But, thanks to this string art house numbers tutorial from Amanda at Our Humble Abowed, you're only one click away from a simple project that will show you how it's done!
thread house numbers
Back Yard - Flip-down sideboard from Plow & Hearth. It would be perfect for small outdoor living spaces, and, best yet, it's totally DIYable. A couple of lengths of chain, some hinges and a latch is all we'd need for hardware. I'd shoot the moon and go for ipe for durability, but in covered and semi-covered areas, any species would do.
Outdoor Flipdown Sideboard
Hanging Gutter Garden//////// Plant Suggestions: Arugula, spinach, swiss chard, kale and all kinds of lettuces Annual herbs – cilantro, parsley, chives Strawberries – buy bare roots to save money and make planting easier Root Veggies – beets, radishes and maybe shallow carrot varieties like Tonda di parigi Annual Flowers – marigolds, nasturtiums, pansies and violas
Hanging Gutter Garden. I wonder if I have a sunny enough spot.