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Apartment Therapyfrom Apartment Therapy

Vertical Gardening Inspiration

vertical gardening ideas with wooden fence. Another perfect way to grow strawberries!

Vertical Gardening Inspiration

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How To Grow Your Own Ginger

JENGIBRE HIDROPÓNICO ¿CÓMO CULTIVARLO EN CASA? El Zingiber officinale mejor conocido como #Jengibre es una planta que pertenece a la familia Zingiberaceae al igual que la cúrcuma, se caracteriza por tener hojas largas y afiladas de color verde claro, flores con tonalidades amarillas y tallos comestibles de color dorado. El jengibre es una planta perenne que cuenta con distintas propiedades nutritivas y un alto nivel medicinal... Lee más dando click en la imagen.

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Affix wood to barrel - method 1

Reclaimed wood transforms a blue barrel (or ugly plastic pot) into a beautiful planter.

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Landscape Ideas for Front of House: Coolest Landscape for Your Inspirations: Landscape Design Ideas for Front Yards – H-eich

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Organic Gardening - Tons of tips, tricks and advice

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Urban Farm Mag - not companion plants

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good to know

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The Gardening Cookfrom The Gardening Cook

Soda Bottle Drip Feeder for Vegetables - Easy DIY project

"plant" plastic bottle next to plant for deep watering

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Good to know! Testing Old Seeds Seeds saved from past gardens may be worth sowing -- but only if they pass this test: Fold 10 seeds in moist paper towel, place in resealable bag, mark with date and type. Watch to see how many germinate. Multiply that number by 10 to calculate the percent of germinations. More than 70 percent is passing. If between 40 and 60 percent, sow thickly. Below 40 percent, it's best to buy fresh seed.

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Another pinner said: Non toxic tomato worm control . I don't remember where I learned this, but I've been using this method for 30 yrs and it really works. Get yourself an old jar & poke holes in the lid. Fill the jar with plain white flour and sprinkle it liberally over your tomatoes. I've never had an issue with horn worms or other pests with this. I also use it on cabbage & broccoli with good luck.

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DIY Concrete Letter

Deko aus Beton ist ein Kinderspiel. So einfach geht's: http://www.gofeminin.de/wohnen/deko-aus-beton-selber-machen-s1528499.html

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Awesome raised garden bed idea - recycled garage doors and fence posts

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How to grow asparagus

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wood pallet projects | Wood Pallets / Pallet Project 3

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Easy Landscaping Ideas Pictures | Landscaping On a Budget – Cheap And Inexpensive Landscaping Ideas

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DIY Cement Mushrooms: The crown is created by digging a hole in the ground and filling with cement, the stem is a two-liter drink bottle with its top and bottom lopped off.

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window planters!!

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towel bar turned hanging planter - screw into the side of the deck

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DIY: Growing mustard as a cover crop & mulch in the garden disinfects ,& regenerates the soil.

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Everything you ever wanted to know about growing Strawberries at home.

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The Dollar Stretcherfrom The Dollar Stretcher

Inexpensive Landscaping Ideas

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Apron Revival: Hosta Container Gardening with hosta, begonia and creeping jenny.

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Tomatoes will tell you what they need! Here's a cool graphic from Homegrown.org...

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Pallet Project

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