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Thing You Must Plant This Instant: Cucamelons - As small as a grape, tastes like cucumber with a bit of lime.

Thing You Must Plant This Instant: Cucamelons

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Duck Pond Filter & Shower with lots of pictures.

Duck Pond Filter & Shower with lots of pictures.

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Glued pennies to the side of my square foot garden bed to keep slugs away. Slugs and snails won't cross copper.

Square Foot Gardening - Planning

Plastic fork garden markers.

This is my amazing cinder block garden. Used the square foot garden technique and companion planting in hopes of a great harvest. Very beautiful and functional too.

perfect small vegetable garden layout for my 4x4 raised beds

square foot gardening pretty sure this is the layout i am going for ... simple

Soil Mix for Raised Bed Gardens "Mel's Mix" as prescribed in his book Square Foot Gardening

These wood templates will save you a lot of time making evenly-spaced planting holes.

For the garage or backyard, hang a basket so you can wrap the hose around it and keep the sprinkler inside the bucket. | 34 Ingenious Ways To De-Clutter Your Entire Life

Plans to make your own furniture

Garden starters...self-watering seed starters made from two liter plastic bottles.

How To Easily Make Pure and Liquid Stevia | GrowingRealFood.com

attach short pieces of hose or plastic tubing to the metal rake, counting the tines so that the hoses are spaced equally. As you drag the rake across the prepared soil, you have an instant planting grid and row markers.

Building a strong walk through trellis for squash and cukes. This is a great way to grow squash/cukes. It reduces pest & fungal problems, makes picking easier & allows you to grow more in less space. Cattle panels nailed to raised beds - couldn't be easier!

Mason jar garden lights. Shut up!!!........ I am soooo doing this!!!!

How to build A 50 Dollar Greenhouse...Sue 2013

This really works - no weeds for two years!! The newspaper will prevent any grass and weed seeds from germinating, but unlike fabric, it will decompose after about 18 months. By that time, any grass and weed seeds that were present in the soil on planting will be dead. It’s green, it’s cheaper than fabric, and when you decide to remove or redesign the bed later on, you will not have the headache you would with fabric.