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Garden Growing


Garden Growing

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This is a guide about uses for old garden hose. Before throwing away a leaky water hose, there are a number of ways it can be reused. .:!:.

Uses for Old Garden Hose

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Garden Hose Guards from curtain rods

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DIY Compost Bin

I want to build a chicken coop for fresh eggs!! Great family project!

Good idea!

When to prune everything....a good guide to keep handy.

backyard garden. keep the critters out. I like the gate.

Mailbox in the garden to hold gloves and tools. Keeps things dry and clean and right where you need them.

home gardening tips

Home Canned Dill Pickles... - My Crazy Life as a Farmers Wife

A-Frame Trellis: two cedar 2×2 frames, hooked together with hinges. The blogger, suggests using chicken wire, rather than the hardware cloth she used here, because the larger holes in the chicken wire would allow the cucumbers to dangle off the trellis. She has used this frame in her garden for 6 seasons. {thank you, Jamie Pearce, for the pin}

Tips for growing squash, Place the seeds AROUND the pot. When you water, you water inthe pot so the water comes out of the drain holes around the bottom for deep root watering.

Garden Markers, I use old canning lids insead. So smart !! I always feel guilty tossing those old canning lids !!

vertical garden

I've done these for grape vines, melons, beans, cucumbers, and flowers. love love love. So easy. 4 t posts 1 cattle panel from a local farm store. Usually, all under $30.00

Thinking of starting a compost pile? Make sure you know what you should and should not compost.

How To Build A Very Strong Trellis For Your Garden - Living Green And Frugally

Garden area using terra cotta pipes for border, and planting herbs in those, pretty clever. I did the same thing but with cinder blocks. I was always worried someone would fall and get hurt. This is a much better idea!

How You Can Live Off-The-Grid In The City

I'm forever "losing" my labels in the too-dense foliage of my late-summer garden. These tall stakes would hold labels high above the plants, making it easy to read the variety in even the thickest garden bed. Wonder if I could somehow make this work with chalkboard paint, so they'd be reusable...

Excellent idea!

seed organization...4x6 photo storage

Put a worm tower in your garden.