Five fast-growing veggies
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Make tubes from newspaper, pack them gently with potting soil and add one seed (soaked overnight in water) per tube. Each seedling will develop a much deeper root system than those in shallow nursery pots, and the entire tube can later be planted in the garden.
Alternative Gardning: Use newspaper to start your plants
Garden box out of old shutters. Strung rope and planted pole beans for an awesome privacy wall!
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Three mini terracota planters ($24) look cheery and fun when strung together on a cord — perfect for air plants, ferns, or a little hanging ...
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my porch, a work in progress....vinyl shower curtains on tension rods (going to create pockets for the bottoms and roll up to create a taut effect to cut back on rain, etc)...adding hanging ferns in small windows, new orange/brown/green striped poly tube woven rugs coming...a few more tweaks and finally will have a porch that looks pretty!
porch - vinyl shower curtains on tension rods
vertical veggie garden
Vertical Vegetable Gardening — J Peterson Garden Design
5 Best container garden vegetables. Great idea can grow on deck away from our friendly deer.
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I have an old mail sorter n black like the one on the right. Would be super cute to plant herbs in!
DIY planters - 20 amazing ideas you can make yourself
outdoor table made from cinder blocks and stained pine wood. nice ambience using the votive candles #DIY shelves + cinder block
More cinderblock patio decorating. Obviously I'd paint ALL the cinderblocks. Great way to divide space.
Basic Steps: First was creating the optimum layout to make a structurally sound base that would support the addition of the wood top. Once the layout was determined and glued, it was fairly easy to secure the hardware cloth, landscape cloth and plant as you would any other planter. The concrete blocks are standard from Home Depot, and the adhesive is SikaBond Professional Construction Adhesive.