51 Budget Backyard DIYs That Are Borderline Genius
Plant 8 cucumber seeds at the base of a 4-6 foot tomato cage and "help" it climb up the cage. It takes less garden space and makes harvesting easier. I did this for the first time last year and it is the best method I have ever used.
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Did you know that cornmeal is birth control for seeds? Sprinkle it on your garden and it will keep weed seeds from germinating and growing into plants. Of course, cornmeal will keep any seed from germinating, so don’t try this on your vegetable garden until your plants are established and you’ve ﬁnished planting seeds.
growing sugar snap peas Plant two rows of seeds in a raised garden bed, placing them about a 1/2″ deep and sowing a seed every few inches. Support sugar snap peas with a trellis. Sugar snap peas are a viney veggie, and trellising the peas gives the growing plants the support they need.
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Could work if you are running power cords outdoors for the holidays.
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The lazy person's way to grow potatoes...yes, please!
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Well isn't this a duh moment :D Outdoor table (with storage!) made from terracotta pot and saucer.
great way to start seeds!
How to build a potato tower and grow your own potatoes w/ no digging required
Collect your pallets and head to your nearest home center to purchase the following: landscape ground cover (enough to wrap all around your pallets) gardening soil for flowers and vegetables (enough to fill your pallets) staple gun and nails vegetable, herb or flower seeds scissors (optional if you don’t have a set at home) Once home, unroll your landscape ground cover. Lay a pallet on top of the ground cover and cut approximately 8” additional cover around the exte