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DIY: Milk jug scoop for potting soil + 6 ways to use repurposed materials (gutters, pallets, old windows) to start a garden.

Intensive Vegetable Gardening In Small Spaces - Personal Liberty

Seed-starting secrets of a greenhouse professional

Seed-Starting Secrets of a Greenhouse Professional

Tip for growing squash, Place the seeds AROUND the pot. When you water, you water inthe pot so the water comes out of the drain holes around the bottom for deep root watering

101 Gardening: Tips for growing squash

Cucumbers like it hot. Lettuce likes it cool and shady. Two in one!

Cucumber Trellis

7 DIY Greenhouses

Will Your Old Seeds Still Grow Try this Seed Test!

How to Check the Viability of Old Seeds - The Homestead Garden


Raised Bed Garden Designs

Cute idea

Put a mailbox in your garden | Home and Garden |

Have you ever heard of a garden that waters and fertilizes itself? We certainly had never heard of such a thing until last week when we stumbled across a short video showing women in Africa building a "keyhole garden."

The Valhalla Project: From Africa to Valhalla: a keyhole garden

Adorable garden-producing plenty for a family of 4

Grow a Healthy Vegetable Garden

5 Tips for First Time Vegetable Gardeners | Cottage at the Crossroads

Tips for Growing Great Carrots.

Cucumbers are sweeter when you plant them with sunflowers. Don't plant them with watermelons! It ruins the taste of the melons. Lots of other gardening tips on this blog.

Seed and Plant Spacing Ruler, an easier way to plant your seeds

Using an old ladder for herbs or small garden via Facebook post by Bottled up designs

Worm Hive - A Multi-Level, Stackable Worm Composting Bin

All natural green ant killer for pennies and it works just as well as expensive poison! This natural ant killer can be used in a garden to sustain an organic environment.

Strawberries Grown in Vertical Tiers!!!

Trap #1: Mix two tablespoons of borax with jam, jelly, honey or syrup until there is a paste. Smear some on some paper or a plate and put it where the ants are at. They should flock to it and eat it and take it back to the nest and it will act as a natural ant killer. ... Many more wonderful ideas on the web page .. check it out!