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vegetable gardening planting times

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Project 1: Garden Fence Two ways to brighten your fences and keep curious critters at bay. We built this fun and functional fence with everyday supplies from a home center. In just one weekend, we transformed a blah garden plot into a protected patch bursting with veggies and blooms. Here's what you need: * Materials: 4x8 preassembled wood fence panel * 4x4 fence post * 1x4 lumber, 8-foot * 1x1 furring strips * Metal post holders * Deck screws * 25-inch chicken wire * Exterior primer * Exterior paint * From Your Toolbox: 4x8 preassembled wood fence panel * 4x4 fence post * 1x4 lumber, 8-foot * 1x1 furring strips * Metal post holders * Deck screws * 25-inch chicken wire * Exterior primer * Exterior paint

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garden fence.... but would also be a cheap way to make a fenced in yard.... once you have it up, you plant things in front of the fence which grow and use the fence as a trellis... and you get privacy in the making.

Fence for our Vegetable Garden

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Garden Fence

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I really need a fence like this around my garden...

New Paint Has Her Dreaming

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Blueberries - how to grow Blueberries - excellent detailed instructions for sowing, pruning and watering.

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Redfly Creations: Raised Garden Beds and Hometalk

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Author says she has never spent more than $8 to build a 4'x4' raised bed or $35 to build a 4'x20' one. They buy two 1x8"cedar boards, which are naturally rot-resistant, & cut in half, so that it is 4-feet long. Then use a 3" length of a 1x1" pine stake, cut into four pieces, to nail the cedar boards to at corners. Each box costs less than $10.

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Plants have best friends just like people do. Marigolds help tomatoes and roses grow better. Nasturtiums keep bugs away from squash and broccoli. Petunias protect beans from beetles and oregano chases them away from cucumbers. Geraniums keep Japanese beetles away from roses and corn. Chives make carrots sweeter, and basilmakes tomatoes even tastier.

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Five Easy Steps for Growing Blueberries

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Taking old trash cans and creating a flower bin couple..hmm I know my weekend plans!

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square foot gardening

Tutorial SEO Untuk Pemula

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DIY Raised Garden Bed made out of cinder blocks.

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vegetable plant spacing (from My Homestead Gallery)

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How to Make An Attractive Herb Garden from a Pallet

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very cool way to do an above ground pool.

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great sidewalk

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How to grow strawberries vertically with a PVC pipe support system. The instructions on this site are well-written. No heating/re-molding of the PVC pipe is required. PVC pipe can be painted. Lightly sand the pipe, paint with primer (Kiltz or Zinsser 1-2-3) to cover up any writing on the pipe and seal it, the spray with plastic spraypaint (Krylon Fusion).

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How To Make A Bird Feeder {Fun Summer Crafts for Kids} - using toilet paper roll, sticks, bird seed, peanut butter (could use soy butter if peanut allergy), & ribbon. Easy & fun. Made these with K-3rd graders and a four year old. Super fun! We used soy butter.

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New Nostalgia: Time To Garden! Square Foot Gardening. #garden

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New Nostalgia: Time To Garden! Square Foot Gardening. #garden

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Square Foot Gardening Guide: A Garden for Everyone! #infographics #plants #square foot garden #vegetable gardening #raised bed

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Raised Garden Beds

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raspberry bushes! This looks awesome. Very clean and controlled.

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The world's most perfect fertilizer + pesticide is epsom salt. This is so true- every other week- 1 gallon of water, 1 TBSP of miracle grow and 3 TBSP of epsom salt.

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