What Is Square Foot Gardening?
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Any artist can tell you how tricky it is to draw ellipses in perspective. The top of the flower pot, the lid on a jar, the base of the barn silo-- whether it’s a still life or a landscape, you’re bound to encounter the challenge of depicting a foreshortened circle, or ellipse, in just about any drawing or painting. Enjoy this step-by-step tutorial for getting your ellipses right!
One of the best ways to eat healthy garden-fresh foods is to plant herbs. These edible plants are attractive, easy to grow and absolutely delicious. But where should you begin? Here are my top five herbs for growing in your garden.
5 Herbs Every Garden Should Have
The Creek Line House: Low-Maintenance Perennial Garden on a Budget!
7 New Plants to Grow for Beautiful Foliage - and many are deer resistant!
7 New Plants to Grow for Beautiful Foliage
this is seriously the easiest way to garden. never bend over, great for older people with bad knees, never pull weeds. how to build it and what to plant on link.
Raised Urban Gardens - Taking Gardening to a Whole New Level!
All Things Creative Garden Edition - over 50 Garden projects!
All Things Creative - Garden Edition - The DIY Village
Steal this idea: Host a perennial plant exchange this spring. This is a fun way to hang out with friends and grow your garden (for free(.
Gardenista herbal bouquet from The Chalkboard
Plant a Container Herb Garden - Garden - GRIT Magazine
Book: Cut Flower Patch; photo Jason Ingram. Gardenista
I did not know this! Outdoor use. flies HATE pine-sol. Mix it with water, about 50/50 and put it in a spray bottle. Use to wipe counters or spray on the porch and patio table and furniture Drive them away! (have to try this and see if it works!) (check into natural pine oil) AND ... original link was spam, so this goes nowhere now - I removed it.
Outdoor use. flies HATE pine-sol. Mix it with water, about 50/50 and put it in a spray bottle. Use to wipe counters or spray on the porch and patio table and furniture Drive them away! FINALLY!AWESOME..
Great use of leftover old bricks - just stack them up, lay piece of wood on top, then lay a saucer on top.