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Strawberry tree. My Nanny & Pappy planted their strawberries this way...they would get tons of berries! Which us grandkids would promptly eat most of them! Lol

Use cement blocks to edge a garden, and fill the blocks' holes with soil and plant to finish -- low-growing plants like creeping thyme, moss roses or strawberries work well and will not grow high enough to shade or otherwise interfere with garden plants. Marigolds?

How to Build a Cement Block Garden Border | eHow

Best vegetable garden site ever!! tips for how to start, maintain and harvest that I have never even heard of. Soooo good.

Start A Vegetable Garden

Growing fort! I'm so excited for our kids to play under peas, cucumbers, and beans in this fun vegetable support.

Winter Farm: A Growing Fort and Growing Farm.

Kids Vegetable garden box, plant a simple four season garden

Kids Vegetable garden box - Just for Kids

30 Fascinating Low-Budget DIY Garden Pots | Daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on Architecture, Art and Design

First Layer in Potato Container -- A Pinch of Joy///this is how I plan on doing my potatoes this year.

Grow Potatoes in a Container

This terrific article explains all you ever wanted to know about composting. Why do you need to compost? Find out here.

All About Composting: Learn how to compost from Gardener's Supply

preserving herbs - herbs, olive oil, freeze in ice cube trays, then put in freezer bags, taking out as much air as possible, use the frozen herb squares through the winter

Preserving Herbs by Drying, Freezing, and Making Herb Butters

Fantastic how-to article for Preserving Herbs including: defining slow vs fast drying types of herbs, freezing herbs, drying herbs, making pestos and vinegars, collecting herb seeds and more. Insightful for me.

How to Build a Rain Garden in Your Yard. It's a beautiful flower bed—and a reservoir for yard and roof runoff. Nurture the land in your yard and protect the environment by channeling rain water and runoff from gutters into a rain garden planted with deep-rooted, colorful native plants. By the DIY experts of The Family Handyman Magazine.

How to Build a Rain Garden in Your Yard

Yes Mom, You Can Grow Potatoes in a Laundry Basket - PreparednessMama