Garden State


Back to
Garden State

Garden State

  • 13 Pins

DIY Mosquito trap- good for about 2 weeks... then replace ingredients

Pinned from
thriftyfun.com

Canning/Preserving lots of recipes

Pinned from
thyhandhathprovided.blogspot.com

Stevia is the hot, new sugar substitute as it doesn't affect blood sugar and it's not chemically produced. In fact, stevia is an herb you can grow in your own garden and then reap the rewards every fall. Here's how to grow and harvest stevia for use

Pinned from
soapdelinews.com

Did you know that you can simply plant the top of a pineapple in a pot and grow another?

Pinned from
modcloth.tumblr.com
  • Danielle Geoffrey
    Danielle Geoffrey

    Imagine the aroma that this thing would produce :)

Pesticides - homemade Neat Idea! I had bugs eating my berries last year may have to try this, this year!

Pinned from
tipnut.com

Cucumber Trellis

Pinned from
floridavegetablegarden.com

fountain

Pinned from
pilgrimandpie.blogspot.com

The Pallet House, developed by the I-Beam Design firm for disaster relief. I love creative relieve design, but I would also love to use something like this in my garden.

Pinned from
blog.100-mile-house.org

Yes please. How to on framed succulent planters.

Pinned from
lefrufrublog.blogspot.ca

Vertical strawberry patch in PVC pipe

Pinned from
flickr.com

vertical lettuce

Pinned from
greenupgrader.com

Recycled Gutters Into Veggie Garden

Pinned from
diymomblog.blogspot.com

Upside down tomato planter. Materials needed are 1 two liter bottle, a chopstick, a drill or hot nail, and some string. (oh and the dirt and plant of course)

Pinned from
cheapvegetablegardener.com