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I want to try this. This woman is amazing. If only I had the time to devote to my garden, it could maybe look like hers (if I had some professional help).
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Potato tower DIY
DIY Potato Tower - love this idea
Growing Potatoes in a tower
DIY Wood Pallet Garden - Spinach, Lettuce, Celery, Strawberries and Boy Choy
How to Build a Potato Tower
A great write up about which soaps and detergents are good for your garden. Good to know before setting up a gray water system.
Edit: I posted a recipe and 'how-to' for making your own liquid laundry detergent. Check it out! The other week Ken, a local reader, commented on my Tips for A Drought Friendly Garden post saying t...
Garden Friendly Detergents and Soap
Small Backyard Landscaping Brick Patio, DYI with ideas and steps to plan
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Small Yard Landscaping Ideas | garden designs ideas small | landscape ideas and pictures, 670x446 in ...
Free Small Garden Ideas Photograph | Small Space Gardens
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small backyard designs | Small Space Gardens
Small Backyard Landscaping Ideas
Photos Small Backyard Landscape Ideas Designs & Easy Plans
Laundry to Landscape 2.0 | Root Simple
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Laundry to Landscape 2.0
The Urban Homestead
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The Urban Homestead (Expanded & Revised Edition): Your Guide to Self-Sufficient Living in the Heart of the City (Process Self-reliance Series)....such a useful book. Thanks @Gabriela Worrel for buying this for us! :)
Laundry to Landscape 2.0
Laundry to Landscape greywater system schematic
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Using laundry gray water to water your garden
Laundry to landscape gray water diversion system
Gray laundry, save water.
L2LdrawingBig (1) grey water landscape irrigation system.
Grey water system
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Seed Starting Secrets from a Greenhouse Professional: Part 1 - Starting Seeds
Seed starting secrets of a greenhouse professional - Mother Earth News
Greenhouse Gardening: Seed-starting secrets of a greenhouse professional
Seed-Starting Secrets of a Greenhouse Professional | Easy Gardening
Learn how to enhance your home's curb appeal at night with our extensive guide to landscape lighting. | Illustration: Arthur Mount | thisoldhouse.com
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25 Most Popular Pinterest Pins of 2014 from This Old House <<<<<Map Out Landscape Lighting>>>>> Highlight your home's architectural features and draw attention to prized plantings and trees with our encyclopedic guide to landscape lighting. Get even more ideas and how-to advice on upgrading the outside of your home to make it more attractive on our Great Curb Appeal board
How to Map Out Your Plan If you don't want to lift a finger, go with a pro. (Find one through the website of the Association of Outdoor Lighting Professionals.) But homeowners willing to invest a little of their own time and energy can save a bundle by following the advice of Mark Piantedosi, owner of Commonwealth Landscape Lighting in Acton, Massachusetts. Here are his top design tips: Trees (well, bullet, or flood, and downlight). When aiming ground lights straight up into foliage, be sure to also bathe the trunk in light. If you don't, the uplit crown will look like a hovering UFO. When illuminating foliage from above, place two 20-watt downlights as high in a tree as possible and point them so that their beams do not cross. Planting Beds (garden). Place fixtures no closer than 20 feet apart. "You want pools of light to guide your eye from one plant to the next, not continuous illumination." Home Facade (bullet and wash).Fit bullet lights with bulbs that have 12-degree beam spreads, and aim them at the corners of your house or architectural details; softer wash lights can fill in the space between them. Garden Walls (well, bullet, or flood).Position fixtures close to the base so that the beams bring textures into sharp relief. Focal Points (flood, bullet, or wash). Highlight an element that deserves attention—such as a fountain, a tree swing, or an arbor—by aiming two or more lights at it. The crossing beams reduce the harsh shadows that form when only one shines on an object. For more outdoor-lighting design ideas, visit FX Luminaire's "Learning Center" at fxl.com or consult the classic guide The Landscape Lighting Book, by Janet Lennox Moyer.
All About Landscape Lighting
Afristar educational resources. Permaculture education posters
Picture-Black Posters, Education Posters, Form Posters
Afristar Foundation ,educational posters
Educational Resources - Afristar Foundation
6,000 lbs of food on 1/10th acre - Urban Farm - Urban Homestead - Growing Your Own Food
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New Years Resolution.... 6000 lbs of food on 1/10th acre!
Urban Homesteading Wonder: 6,000 lbs of Organic Food Grown on just 1/10th Acre! ~ Promoting healthy monogamous relationships, and sharing the business opportunity with others @ www.aprimetimediva.com ~
City Farmer News
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Urban Farming in Salt Lake City, David Keifer
gardenrant.com east coast but lots of good information