7 tips for growing giant basil plants

7 tips for growing mad giant basil plants

12 Well Designed Easy Access Raised Garden Beds http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/kvpq Raised garden beds are easy on your back and will give your plants good drainage and generally better soil quality. By building this U-shaped garden bed, you’ll also get easier access to all your plants.

Raised garden beds are easy on your back and will give your plants good drainage and generally better soil quality. By building this U-shaped garden bed, you’ll also get easier access to

Concrete balls in the garden...

Can use the "moss paint" idea in my gardening album to "grow" the concrete balls.) Concrete balls nestled in shade garden.

How to arrange grocery store flowers to look like they were from a florist! Plus lots of other great flower arranging tips in this blog!

10 Flower Arranging Tips How to arrange grocery store flowers to look like they were from a florist! Plus lots of other great flower arrangi.

Companion Planting chart

Companion Planting Chart : find your crop in the left column then look to find good companions and bad companions. (Link is bad, but chart is readable)

This is called a Swedish flame, AKA one-log fire. Make your cuts like you're cutting cake. Leave about 6 inches at the base. Throw some fuel oil in there (about a cap full) or just some kindling. Will burn up to 2-3 hours.

This is called a swedish flame. Make your cuts like you're cutting cake. Leave about 6 inches at the base. Throw some fuel oil in there (about a cap full). It burns up to two to three hours.

This is called a Swedish flame. Make your cuts like you're cutting cake, leave about 6 inches at the base, throw about a cap full of fuel oil in it. It burns up to two to three hours Can use olive oil instead of fuel oil :-) Any oil will burn!

Succulents in Tin Planters

Windowsill Gardening on the Cheap: Vintage-Style Tin Herb Gardens - I stumbled on the idea of using tea tins for a mi.

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