Maximise Vertical Space: Layering or stacking in a small area is a design technique to add visual interest and make the most of available space. Getting pots & garden decor items up off the ground with a ladder and on a windowsill are 2 easy ways to grow vertically. More sunlight, less pests & easier access. More vertical garden tips @ http://themicrogardener.com/15-helpful-design-tips-for-vertical-gardens/ | The Micro Gardener
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How to Deter Rabbits with Spicy Globe Basil
Foliar Feeding – Folly or Wisdom? Feeding leaves rather than roots, does it work read all about it here…...
Foliar Feeding – Folly or Wisdom?
Bee Balm & Daisies | Gardening
Adding flowers to the ends of the rows makes it pretty and attracts wild pollinators
Dishfunctional Designs: Greenhouses Made With Salvaged Windows
These glass art panels are made from recycled materials. The backing panels are old window glass from a commercial building that was undergoing renovations. The small glass pieces used in the design are leftover discarded scraps from a stained glass business.
Peacock blue bird bath garden art. Contemporary garden art made with upcycled repurposed glass. via Etsy
Southern Garden BOTTLE TREE 16 Wine Bottle Yard Art by Hopfrogs, $26.99