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Grow this ornamental corn, 'Pink Flamingo' Glass Gem Corn - grown by Sow & Dipity
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Glass gem corn... Wonderful to grow and the beautiful colors are great. Like no other corn you have grown. Growing it again this year and it is doing great.
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Glass Gem Corn - pink kernels! Use for popping or flour, NOT GMO!! Heirloom variety.
Pink Flamingo gem corn - amazing ornamental corn to grow.
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Glass Gem Corn - Sow & Dipity
Pink Flamingo Glass Gem Corn
Glass Gem Corn :: Hometalk
Glass Gem Corn -
Lawn Jenga, oh how fun! And so easy to make, just cut 2x4s
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For little kids and big kids, too! Giant \"wooden block stacking game\” tower #recycled #diy #crafts
Outdoor giant JENGA set - kids can draw the design, adult can wood burn it and they can finish with the colorful paint.
Super easy giant Jenga game for the backyard, now how to get the boys not to throw them at each other?
Giant Jenga - make for your backyard! Would be great for the kids in summer!
Giant Jenga tower- would be a fun outdoor game for older kids! :-)
Homemade Giant Jenga - lawn game, school activity, kids party
DIY instructions for Backyard lawn Jenga
Giant JENGA, nice yard game for wedding
DIY outdoor Jenga Lawn Games one day
Peacock wine bottles
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Wine bottle peacock haha @Alison Kuebler Looks like something you might make at that craft place in Door County!
A bottle peacock! via Texas Tin Lizard--- Uncle Rod & Aunt Denise Christmas gift? Would be great near their wine bottle tree in the yard!
Simple Outdoor Ideas That Are Borderline Genius – wine bottle DIY Peacock garden art
wine bottle peacock Noooo idea what I would ever do with this, but it is so cute
wine bottle peacock yard art. I'll have to talk Andy into helping me make this
Welp, back on my mission to drink more wine! Wine bottle peacock yard art.
Wine Bottle Peacock - my love of Wine & Peacocks Made into Garden Art!
wine bottle peacock! such a cute twist on bottle trees
Wine bottle peacock. Good DIY idea.
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Homemade #fire pit. only $8?! I like the family handprint idea in the cement at the bottom. Still liking the in-ground/submerged pit idea. Although with kids running around the #backyard it might be better to have something above ground/more visible! #DIY
Homemade fire pit. only $8?! We already have a firepit, but I love the hands in the cement in this one.
Homemade fire pit. only $8. Will have to compare all the DIY firepits before deciding on one, tho.
Homemade Fire Pit - love the family handprint wreath! Might have to do this for the pond!
Homemade fire pit. Put family handprints and the year in the bottom of it.
Homemade fire pit. only $8?!? Sooo doing this!! #diy #firepit
Homemade fire pit. only $8?!? Family handprints inside :)
Homemade Fire Pit - love the family handprint wreath!
DIY outdoor bench
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ideas on garden benches | ... Outdoor Pallet Bench Sitting Area - Pallet Furniture benches made from
DIY outdoor bench. Because we all have a supply these twelve colors of paint right handy. Cute idea though!
DIY outdoor bench. Like this idea. Simplify by using one color on top and one for legs.
DIY outdoor bench. This gives me and idea for our boring garden bench...
brightly paint bench. doing this outside, love this idea!!
DIY rainbow outdoor bench #rainbow #color #bench #DIY
DIY outdoor bench- I just love this rainbow bench
DIY outdoor bench #diy #paint #furniture
DIY outdoor bench -rainbow bench!!!!
Spray pepper plants with Epsom salts dissolved in warm water to increase fruit production.
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1tsp epsom salt in 4 cups warm water....spray on plant and then 10 days later, produces more fruit due to boost of magnesium... especially for tomatoes, peppers and roses. #gardening #garden #vegetable
Spray pepper plants with Epsom salts dissolved in warm water to increase fruit production. #garden #grow #increased #production
Since I don't have a green thumb! 1tsp epsom salt in 4 c warm water....spray on plant and then 10 days later. produces more fruit due to boost of magnesium... especially for tomatoes, peppers and roses
1tsp epsom salts in 4 c warm water....spray on plant and then 10 days later it produces more fruit. I need this, I'm the worst gardener, but I'm hell bent on growing a successful veggie garden
We here at Garden Variety have been hearing from vegetable gardeners that their pepper plants have been less than spectacular producers this season. Pepper plants are beautiful little plants in the garden, compact, very healthy and with delicate white flowers. But they have to earn their keep, and some of them are not. The reason, according to our friends at Weekend Gardener, is over-fertilization. Pepper plants don't need a lot of food to prosper. Only about 1 teaspoon of 5-10-10 at planting time and another at the flowering stage. More than that, at the plant will produce more foliage than fruit. According to Weekend Gardener, this is how to fix the problem: Spray the plant with Epsom salts (1 teaspoon dissolved in a spray bottle of warm water (about 4 cups). That gives the pepper plant a boost of magnesium that is required at flowering time to produce fruit. Spray them again 10 days later and in a few weeks, our expert friends report, you will have more peppers than you can eat.
DIY Pallet Project - Outdoor Table Using pallets to make a table is a great idea. The steps involved look quite simple, too. The great thing about this is that you can easily modify it to fit your needs. You can make a coffee table or a much taller one as console. I like the look of painted pallet tables but you can leave them in their natural state for a more rustic look.