Pallet gardening, perfect for gardening within a small space. Always take advantage of empty vertical space--it will leave your balcony or patio looking clean, not cluttered.

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Pallet gardening, perfect for gardening within a small space. Always take advantage of empty vertical space--it will leave your balcony or patio looking clean, not cluttered. I frikn love stuff made of pallets!

Garden Candles -- to hang or not to hang? Imagine for a BBQ or along a garden path or along a wedding aisle at sunset. Could also use coffee beans for brown or lentils for green or kidney beans for a deep red.

Turn Mason Jars into Garden Lanterns

Mason Jar Lanterns Hanging Tea Light by TheCountryBarrel on Etsy - easy DIY! Small chain link, mason jars, decorative nonflammable filler and candles! Tap a hole with a nail for the chain to attach to the jar lid. And done!

10 Raised Garden Bed Ideas for Easier Gardening - Raised bed gardening makes it easier to work in the garden and control weeds and soil conditions.

10 Raised Garden Bed Ideas for Easier Gardening - Raised bed gardening makes it easier to work in the garden and control weeds and soil conditions. Beautiful ideas for your garden! pinned by Reno Community Garden

get organized this year, my friends. . . don't let life take you by surprise! We get one shot at this, so let's do. It. Up. 2015 is all about living with focus and regaining control for me--I'm tired of feeling like my wheels are spinning and I'm running to stand still. I feel like I blink, and it's a new season, my kids are 2 inches taller, and I have no idea how I got to where I am. January? We're organizing. This sheet will help you break it down super-simply. Check it out. Join me!

get your life organized: the plan sheet is quick, simple, and NOT going to freak you out

get your life organized: the plan sheet is quick, simple, and NOT going to freak…

Use cabbage, beets, onions, coffee and tumeric create the colors, garden clippings make the designs.

Make natural dyes for your Easter eggs from your garden fodder and edibles: The Pecks

Make natural dyes for your Easter eggs from your garden fodder and edibles: Use cabbage, beets, onions, coffee and tumeric create the colors, garden clippings make the designs.


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