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Front porch, maybe I need to cut down some hedges and start fresh!

How to Grow Cucumbers

Upside down whiskey barrel- totally a why-didn't-i-think-of-that moment ..

  • Cris Koenemann

    Stephanie, I have one on my front porch that I filled the top with wine corks then topped with a piece of glass that sits between our two rocking it!!!

  • Stephanie Drudge

    I may have to start saving wine corks!! Cool idea!

Take out the rod and put in Hooks. This way the coats will get hung up. in the front coat closet!!

Very smart! Rinse veggies right in the garden and then re-use the water on the plants. Plastic bucket and small laundry basket/colander from Dollar Tree would do nicely.

Natural Weed Killer 1 gallon vinegar, 1/2 cup salt, dash of dish washing detergent (makes it stick to the weeds). Mix well, spray on weeds in the morning, rejoice in their death that evening. This works best on a sunny day.

Fountain grass, Lanntanis, Sweet potato vine...going to remember this combination!

Hostas in a pot! every spring they the pot! Add geraniums and ivy

My adaptation of another underground fire pit I saw on Pinterest. Only cost $42 to make!!!

This bit of inspiration comes from Annette over at Pot-ted, a nursery and patioscaping company (and also one of our favorite shops for great plant containers, mid century outdoor furniture and succulents galore). When we were in the other day she showed us pictures of the planter she had just built. Here's how she did it: "The wall was built with 12" cinder blocks (the kind you would use to build a column) and we used Liquid nails to hold them together because I didn't want grout lines and a...

Use an old handbag or slingbag/basket, fill with container and flowers and hang on outside doors for welcome...

(In your blender, combine: * One can of cheap beer or 1 1/2 cups buttermilk * A few handfuls of moss * One teaspoon of sugar. Blend until the mixture is smooth, and you’re ready to get painting! You can use a brush to paint your moss onto concrete walls, rocks, or brick. Mist the moss once a day to help it thrive, and soon your green graffiti will take hold! If you’re looking to take this project to the streets, use caution- we don’t want to be responsible for any vandalism charges)

Use this idea to make cushioned setting. Only one planter or maybe an Ice bucket, Trash can. How about a planter with an umbrella added?