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Rain Barrels, Chicken Coops, and Solar Panels

Miniature Fairy Gardens (20 Pics) | Vitamin-Ha

The Chicken Coop – Final » Trevor's Projects vinyl flooring for easing rinsing out


Outdoor Planter Projects • Tons of ideas & Tutorials!

Best Roses to Use in an Archway or Trellis - Mom Foodie - Blommi

Alternative Gardning: Removable Raised garden Bed Fence

❥ Bird swing *Something nice to hang outside your window

Rustic Charm - Spring Container Gardens

Primula auricula 'Double Purple' ~ "Easy to grow, lengthy flowering period. Stunning double purple flowers in spring. Primulas prefer a well drained soil, making them suitable for rockeries and pots. Frost hardy. Grows in full sun to part shade. Grows 20cm high x 40cm wide."

Magnetic Curtain A curtain which you can shape to any form. Through the incorporated structure and magnets, it stays in the shape you push a...

Juise: Fairy Garden: this is an amazing garden...full of inspiration!


How to root hydrangea cuttings.

When to Plant?

Don't throw out that rusty old wheelbarrow! Plant it with Lantana and Creeping Jenny!

adjustable canopy, DIY with shower curtain rings, grommets, canvas, PVC sprinkler pipes set over stakes....Totally Awesome!

Square Foot Gardening - or - How to Not Plant a bunch of tomato plants that eventually choke one another out.

Awesome gates create a sense of mystery. Love the stone table, too.

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Winter Garden - Anglesey Abby. The Winter Garden is a recent addition to the Abbey’s 120 acre site. It was designed by John Sales for the centenary of the first Lord Fairhaven, and created by the then-head gardener, Richard Ayres. Over the following 12 years, his successor Richard Todd developed the garden, along with seven gardeners and 25 volunteers.

Bucket drip kits, a one time cost of $12, allow women to grow vegetables during the dry season using drip irrigation. Drip irrigation, originally developed in Israel, targets precious water to where it needs to go, the roots of the plants. The bucket is available locally and the farmer (remember, she's likely a female) can raise enough for her family, with perhaps some extra to sell. Much less labor - it uses water efficiently. Less to lug, less time spent fetching it, more time gardening.