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This link has a ton of really easy garden ideas.

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a unique vegetable garden

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Very helpful in choosing plants for landscaping

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Raising Fruits & Berries In Containers April 21st 2012 Saturday April 21, 9 am to noon: (At Raintree)Tom Woods has invented unique growing systems that allow him to grow huge quantities of delicious fruit in pots in unheated greenhouses that are ripe long before they would be outdoors. Raintree horticulturist Theresa Knutsen will discuss all aspects including best cultivars, potting techniques, pollination, fertilization and pruning. $15

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Lavender feild in Provence, France

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Homegrown Potatoes

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square foot garden

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Love this idea of making seedling pots with this unique little tool. great recycling idea

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Use old bottles to water your flowers...add a few holes in bottom of bottle and then fill with water...make sure cap is on so no bugs get in.

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Make your own rain barrell

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Thumb controlled watering can from old bottle

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Watering "can" from an old laundry detergent bottle.

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NO WEEDS FOR TWO YEARS!! THE NEWSPAPER WILL PREVENT ANY GRASS AND WEED SEEDS FROM GERMINATING, BUT UNLIKE FABRIC, IT WILL DECOMPOSE AFTER ABOUT 18 MONTHS. BY THAT TIME, ANY GRASS AND WEED SEEDS THAT WERE PRESENT IN THE SOIL ON PLANTING WILL BE DEAD. ITS GREEN, ITS CHEAPER THAN FABRIC, AND WHEN YOU DECIDE TO REMOVE OR REDESIGN THE BED LATER ON, YOU WILL NOT HAVE THE HEADACHE YOU WOULD WITH FABRIC.

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Multiple rain barrelsl stacked for higher water pressure (& greater storage volume)

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If your soil has too much clay in it, is too sandy, too stony or too acidic, don't despair. See this component guide and how-to article on making "magic" soil.

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A gardener in Maine submitted this great idea using our colorful twine gift pack to create a one of a kind natural trellis for her beans. Repurpose fallen branches and string colorful garden twine for beans or peas to climb!

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