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DIY Raised Garden Beds • Ideas & Tutorials!

DIY Raised Garden Beds | The Garden Glove

10 Pinable Charts That'll Speed Up Your Slim-Down www.womenshealthm...

10 Pinable Charts That'll Speed Up Your Slim-Down

~Your #Seeding Calendar~ A cheat-sheet of when and how to plant the most common edibles' seeds. By Rob Sproule, Salisbury Greenhouse

Your Seeding Calendar | Salisbury Greenhouse

Happy New Year, Little Blog on the Homestead Readers! If one of your goals for 2015 is to get some backyard chickens, you're in luck. Today I'm sharing my Top 10 things you need to know BEFORE...

10 Things You Must Know BEFORE Getting Chickens [Guest Post]

This well-designed garden plan makes it easy to put chickens to work in the garden. You can give your birds direct access to deposit manure fertilizer into your beds and enlist your birds for organic pest control as needed. Read more: www.motherearthne...

Vegetable Gardening Guide

The Ultimate Vegetable Gardening Guide in Handy Infographic Form

2014 Garden Trends Infographic Unveiled

How to Build a Pergola - Step by Step | The Family Handyman.

How to Grow Asparagus

great way to grow pumpkins and save space!

Create your own rain barrel that makes it easy to water your garden.

When harvest time comes, you need somewhere to dry all of your produce and store it for the winter. If taken care of properly, you could be enjoying garden fresh carrots and potatoes all winter long! .... With a DIY tutorial

Another pinner said, "We made an arch like this for beans last year and it was great!" I LOVE THIS IDEA!

diy green house

arbor and swing

easy garden trellises

tips for growing melons

How to grow a pineapple tree!

85+ recipes for canning fruits and vegetables. What an amazing resource.

seasonal Fruits and Vegetables

All you need is PVC, a drill, and a hose.

Self Reliant Network: Oven canning preserves dry goods for years

Instructions for a potato barrel

Chapin Bucket irrigation kit- used by missionaries in 3rd world countries and costs about $7 to irrigate two 50' rows. It's effective, cheap and simple. Fill the buckets 1-2 times daily and that's it.

strawberry cage. nothing worse than the birds getting those ripe juicy berries before you do!