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Shelf bracket window treatments. So pretty!

Left over steamed rice and veggies - Chicken Treat Chart The Best Treats For Backyard Chickens

Outdoor Garden Craft Ideas | Miniature Gardens & Outdoor Craft Ideas / Broken clay pot fairy garden

Rooting hydrangea cuttings

Growing potatoes in a laundry basket

Thompson's fabric seal. Waterproof and UV protection...didn't know this stuff existed

Sounds about right for GA...

Composting Guide

Cheap and Easy Worm Bin - By letting worms eat your food wastes, you’ll end up with one of the best soil amendments available—worm castings. This is the cheapest and easiest to manage worm bin system that I’ve seen.

For sequential waves of flowers, plant a "bulb sandwich" layering crocus, tulip and daffodil bulbs in the same hole

cloche atop a capital on a silver platter - some of my favorite decorating accessories all together

Love the versatility of this window box- take the box off and use the shelf as alternative. No pineapple for me though.

Pallet Garden Bench..... What a simple and Great Idea!

a wooden deck/garden bench made out of wood pallets, easy to make, good recycle project

Free Guide to Growing Mirlitons | How to Grow Chayote

Learn how to grow Chayote Squash vines in this video. John shares his experience with growing chayote for the edible tips. Also great for filling a trellis fast. Loves warm weather.

Chayote squash: Keep a whole squash in a cool, dark place until February, when the sprout should be 6'' long. Plant in soil near a climbable structure. Harvest fruit September/October. Edible fruit, stem, leaves, and root. Harvest tubercles 2 years after planting. After frost kills leaves, harvest vines to make garden twine & rope.

Concise list of treats and scraps for chickens.. including some to avoid

This is an ingenious idea! This was my first year of planting bulbs and I definitely would have benefited from implementing this strategy.

cool bathroom idea, make-up drawer.

On Harvesting Cilantro. Another pinner said, "Ooooooh, now I get it.....never could figure out how to keep it going!"

Pepper tip: Spray the plant with Epsom salts (1 teaspoon dissolved in a spray bottle of warm water (about 4 cups). That gives the pepper plant a boost of magnesium that is required at flowering time to produce fruit. Spray them again 10 days later and in a few weeks, our expert friends report, you will have more peppers than you can eat.

sturdy a-frame for squash, cucumbers, beans... in small space raised bed gardens