Tips for making raised beds accessible for the disabled and elderly from HGTV Gardens

Building Accessible Raised Beds : HGTV Gardens

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wooden pallet raised garden

35 Amazing Uses For Old Pallets

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A raised garden or media mixer for potting

A raised garden for a friend: small spaces work! - Raised Urban Gardens

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check out NEW way to garden. In this economy it just makes sense to grow your own food. blog with tons of pics and plans

Raised Urban Gardens - Taking Gardening to a Whole New Level!

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Kid's garden #thelivinghome #waldorfish

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#thelivinghome #waldorfish

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Waterplay mud kitchen | The Giggle Patch ~ Where Giggles Grow #thelivinghome #waldorfish

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Well isn't this a duh moment :D Outdoor table (with storage!) made from terracotta pot and saucer.

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gorgeous walk way

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Great outdoor fun!!

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Wonderful Gardening decoration ideas

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very nice pebble art creative designs

Painted pebbles |

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A fairy house molded in a bucket! @Robin S. Phillips-Knotts

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Gotta try this:) / Acrylic paint (enamel works even better, but it's more expensive) on a few smooth rocks, then placed here and there in my garden, makes a surprise treat for the eyes. I make sure to use non-toxic paints, 'cause my garden toad lives out there.

ElspethMcLean

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Coffee cans, pails.... DIY / green home

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better tomato planting

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So cute for the garden.

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Willodel: MAKING A GARDEN TOAD HABITAT TUTORIAL

Willodel: MAKING A GARDEN TOAD HABITAT TUTORIAL

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Worm Tower Instructions

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Controlling Flies in the Chicken Coop -- Community Chickens

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Elevated Raised Bed with Cold Frame

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(keep in mind for my new cold frame) A good rule of thumb: When outdoor temperatures are above 40°F, prop open the lid 6 inches; when the outdoor temps clear 50°F, remove the lid.

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A cold frame with a glass top can give you a 12-month growing season, even in Maine, and it's the easiest and most economical way to extend your harvest. Build the one described here, and you're on your way to fresh veggies year round...Sue 2013

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So that is how you hold up cold frames

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Cold Frame design

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