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Gardens and greenery

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Surprisingly nearly as rugged as ordinary grass, Blue Star Creeper (Isotoma fluviatillis) ground cover is fast growing and can take heavy foot traffic. It creates a floral meadow in the spring and summer.

Fields of Green: 5 Favorite Lawn Substitutes: Gardenista

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Raspberries done beautifully...I'm jealous. I should mention this gardener is in Alaska!

diy branch ladder for climbing vines or hanging small pots of flowers and plants

Ashbee Design: Ladders in Décor • This one is for March

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Stepables: Cool ideas for plants and ground cover for your Paths and Walkways!

Quick, cheap and simple raised beds that can be made for about 10$. Hoping to make 2-3 for the side of my house this weekend or next to plant with food :)

Raised Bed Gardening How to Build Cheap Fast Productive

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Sprinkle Baking Soda on Cabbages (and other Brassicas) to Thwart Caterpillars If those small green cabbage worms have been making Swiss cheese of your cabbage, broccoli, and kale plants, try this trick

Alternative Gardning: Controlling Cabbage Worms

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Alternatives to Grass | Organic Lawn Care 101

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Use toilet paper rolls to start your plants

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Rustic Garden Inspiration

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Alternative Gardning: Forcing tulip bulbs in water

Self-Seeding Crops You’ll Never Need to Replant

How to grow a dream garden for $100 per year

Dottie swings

Bean House- just walk right in and pickem!

Sprinkle coffee grounds around your vegetables before you water them, you will be activating slow-release nitrogen that will help them grow faster and fuller. Slugs don't like them either!

Cute idea if you have a tree stump to re-purpose.

maybe we can heat a greenhouse w/o electricity!!!!

Guest house made from a 12x12 shed

Check out these 10 gardening mistakes beginners most commonly make when planting their vegetable gardens.

Each time you crack an egg open, instead of tossing the shell into the trash, drop it into an open container that you keep in the fridge. When the container is full, crush the shells into small bits and sprinkle them around the base of your plants. The sharp eggshells will deter slugs, snails, and other bugs from nibbling on your garden and add a touch of calcium to the soil.

Growing potatoes in a laundry basket tutorial- Adding this to the garden for sure!

25 Cheap gardening tricks for self reliance on your homestead

wooden door reuse

A barrel-on-barrel herb tower, a great way to grow plenty of herbs in a small space.

Brick oven idea