35 Pest and Disease Remedies

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Hmmm... How can I plant inside the tree trunk? I wonder if I could hollow it out. That would be so cute!

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bug repelling tiki torches--wine bottles, tiki fuel, a 3/8" washer and a refill tiki wick. brilliant!

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LOVE this! // Backyard Scrabble (or Bananagrams): There are 144 "tiles." Here's how many of each letter you need. 2: J, K, Q, X, Z 3: B, C, F, H, M, P, V, W, Y 4: G 5: L 6: D, S, U 8: N 9: T, R 11: O 12: I 13: A 18: E

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47 incredible diy backyard fire pit ideas

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twig or branch screen

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from lemon seeds. Lemon leaves smell so good. Awesome for kitchen, bathroom, or any place in the house.

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Garden Pot Wreath

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Peace, Love Garden Sign

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Who knew? Blueberries thrive in container gardens! It would be great to have fresh blueberries all the time.

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climbing hydrangea

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The top five plants for low maintenance gardens

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Mow-over flower bed edging. so much easier!

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'At the end of the day…' ~ from 'Green Thumb Barbers'

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Water in the cup..seeds on the saucer.

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OMG! I am so doing this!! Put strawberry plants in concrete blocks edging a garden.My uncle was a great Gardner and he did this.

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For the birds: toilet paper tube, peanut butter, roll it in birdseed and slip it over a branch.

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break glowsticks in the bottles for lawn bowling at night.

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Above ground pool much cheaper just make it look 'built in'.

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Lay down a thick layer of CARDBOARD in your raised garden beds to kill the grass. It is perfectly safe to use and will fully decompose, but not before killing any grass below it. They’ll also provide compost and food for worms.

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pallet wood walkway outside

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There was a little bird that lived in a shoe...

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Herbs in pots. Cottage style.

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Garden Decor & Thrift Store Alert! Flatware into hangers for the garden. So many possibilities: lanterns, birdhouses, signage, wind chimes...

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I need to remember this for next year when planting my patio pots! Self watering using soda bottle

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