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tiny pool

Trust Your Blood

Maison campagne dans le Sud

Visite maison : photo deco maison, photo deco interieur

covering cement blocks with rock facing

River Rock Art ~ great idea for under my 2 bird feeders

Howard Rice Garden Photography - Gallery: Garden DIY

garden art

Brick Bay Wines - Sculpture Trail

Bonne idée d allée à l ombre le long d'une maison : un parcours sinueux en callade, le pied du mur planté de Fougères et plantes d ombres

Glorious Garden Paths

pergola at HOTEL ESCONDIDO in Mexico


baking soda uses in the garden

An innovative, ergonomic solution to turning water on and off! At the push of a button you can control water flow to your hoses and sprinklers. Available in single-tap and two-tap styles. The Single-Tap Adapter can be installed at the spigot, between two sections of hose, or at the hose end. The Two-Tap Adapter allows you to attach two hoses to a single tap, with a separate on/off button for each.

Instructions on making the mixture for pots that look like concrete but are much lighter. 33 Shades of Green: Making Hypertufa Pots

Winter-Sowing 101 BELIEVE IT OR NOT, you can start a summer garden in December and January, using a neat trick called “Winter-Sowing.” Winter-sowing is an outdoor method of seed germination (invented by Trudi Davidoff) which requires just two things: miniature greenhouses (made from recycled milk jugs) and Mother Nature. You can winter-sow your way to a beautiful garden, too…for pennies. Here’s how:

Butterflies need salt for breeding - Create a salt lick in your garden and increase the butterfly population. How-to's and links included.

SECRET Fertilizer :) My 'fertilizing cocktail' consists of mixing 1/2 bottle of cheap beer, 1 tablespoon of Epson salts, and 2 tablespoons of fish emulsion in a watering can (1-2 gallons). I do this to ALL my vegetable, flowers, and indoor plants. You will definitely notice the difference in a few weeks! Don't waste too much money on the beer. Cheapest still works great -- plants aren't picky!