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DIY compost tumbler ..the guys at the Extension office made these for a test ..they bought used barrels from a surplus store , just be careful what was in the barrels prior to purchase ...made a support , I think theirs had rollers ... drilled holes for air and a door with a latch then filled them up with a mix of wet ,and dry, and turned away ..a bit more than that but it isn't hard

Composting 101 for citydwellers

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Should you till your garden, or not? | Homestead Honey

To Till or Not to Till A Garden? - Homestead Honey

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Beautiful Hibiscus

Picasa Web Albums - Carolyn - LongwoodMay2012

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'Lavender Ice' None to mild fragrance, Bushy, compact. Large, glossy, dark green foliage. Height of 1' to 20" (30 to 50 cm) Can be used for container

'Lavender Ice ®' Rose

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Country Romance Mix Hollyhock Seeds and Plants at Burpee.com... This is the old-fashioned perennial hollyhock that is so hard to find. Try it along a fence or plant with verbascum for a special look. A blend of rose, white, maroon, yellow and pink, large 3-5" single flowers are produced abundantly on stalks 5-7 ft, July to September. Grows best in full sun.

Use pinecones at the bottom of container ~ makes it much lighter and will draining better ~ Planting A Succulent Garden

Container gardening is great for patios and small spaces. The key is to properly prepare the container. #gardening #container #pots menloparkmartiala...

Container Gardening - Advice, Ideas and Pictures

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The cottage garden flower par excellence: the foxglove. Photo by Robert Ullmann

Raised Planter Gardening Stand DIY Project - Great for Deck and patio gardens, small yard vegetable gardening

~7 Ways to Plant Potatoes - We tested 7 easy ways to grow potatoes: 4 in containers, 3 in the ground. | Organic Gardening~

Okay, so you have raspberries, blackberries or other brambles… How do you control them? With a Bramble Trellis!