Seed-starting secrets of a greenhouse professional

Seed-Starting Secrets of a Greenhouse Professional

Gardening hack: how to grow a never-ending supply of salad greens

How To Score A Never Ending Supply Of Salad Greens

I've killed every succulent I've ever attempted to grow. Things start off well enough, but after a few weeks, they start to look spindly and sad. I've rounded up nine top tips to change my luck (and my succulents'). Fellow succulents killers, are you out there?

9 Secrets to Growing Succulents Indoors: Gardenista

I need to remember this for next year when planting my patio pots!

Planter DIY Water Reservoir (Dabbletree)

Raised beds are the perfect way to start your own garden. Fruits, vegetables, flowers and shrubs can all thrive in the raised bed environment. The popularity of raised beds is on the rise because of their many benefits – reduce soil erosion, the ease of access to control weeds and pick...

Build The Benefits of Raised Beds

Indoor plants

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Did you know that cornmeal is birth control for weeds? Sprinkle it on your garden and it will keep weed seeds from germinating and growing i...

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Learn how to add whimsy to your garden to take away the boring blahs, and to make your garden a place people want to come back to!

15 Fabulous Ways To Add a Bit of Whimsy To Your Garden

repel mosquitoes naturally

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The Farm of the Future: Green Sky Growers - growing organic vegetable and fish on a rooftop near Orlando, FL.

The Farm of the Future: Green Sky Growers

Above In The Photo Is Another Great Ideal For A Vertical Garden

How To Build A Vertical Vegetable Garden

Hydrangeas in Container

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I came up with an alternative plan to utilize the space: upside down tomatoes. You’ve seen those Topsy Turvy contraptions, right? I decided to create one of my own with a bucket I had on hand to see how well it works. It took about two hours, including paint drying time. If you’re not painting, you’re looking at 20 minutes or so.

Success: Upside-Down Tomatoes

Coffee Bru | Amsterdam. Again, that one item makes the room! Popup Republic

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Vertical Onion Planter

Tips for growing Hydrangea - Page 4 of 2 - Dan 330

Tips for growing Hydrangea - Page 4 of 2 - Dan 330

Eden Climbing Roses. Instructions on how to plant, and care for them. Very helpful.

Eden Climbing Roses

Winterizing Potted Strawberry Plants

Winterizing Potted Strawberry Plants

Growing Blueberries in Containers, How to Grow Blueberries in Containers

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Grow plants up a wall using pipe, clamps, and soda bottles.

16 gardening large standing planter system for by RopedOnCedar

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Hydroponics 101

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Tiered Succulents I like this idea, just use a recycled cake stand with dirt and succulents.


This Strawberry Tower from the Bruce Post Company is one of my favorite finds for the garden this year. It is made of rot-resistant western red cedar wood, is pyramid shaped with four planting sides and comes in 4 or 6 foot tall models. I like it because it offers excellent drainage for the berries, makes good use of vertical space and is a gorgeous addition to the garden or patio!

Gardening Containers From the Dollar Store! - Vegetable Gardener

How to Grow Berries in Containers - Yes, you can grow berries even if the only garden space you have is a patio, deck, or balcony. Imagine being able to pick delicious strawberries, raspberries, or blueberries for your morning smoothie or breakfast cereal. Growing berries isn't difficult when you select the right container, variety, and location.

How to Grow Berries in Containers