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DIY Garden Path Ideas!

DIY Garden Paths | The Garden Glove

Go Vertical! DIY Gardens for Small Spaces - Repurposed old ladder - Nice!

Go Vertical! DIY Gardens for Small Spaces | The Garden Glove

Place one uncracked raw egg in the pot — as it decomposes, it will serve as a natural fertilizer via Redbook

4 Steps to Starting a Vegetable Garden

How to make DIY vertical garden design step by step tutorial instructions

The top 10 container plants that repel mosquitoes naturally

Contain aggressive perennial herbs by planting in buried pots. >> I LOVE this garden space! Come on Spring, I'm ready!

Creating a Buried Pot Garden

Designing a Drought-Resistant Garden: A garden that's lush and drought-tolerant at the same time? IT's doable!

Use corks to make planters for tiny succulents - then add magnets for fridge art.

sunflower ring the flowerbeds!


Driftwood + Succulents

How to build a simple flower box - definitely want to do this for the front porch!

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


trellis for garden. Great idea!

Raised bed corners

Daybed in the garden for ultimate relaxation...

Friendly Ways to Battle Garden Pests

TIP:  Want to surround your door or window in roses without a trellis? Easy, put globs of clear bathroom silicone caulk just where you want the stem. While wet, insert a garden twisty tie encasing it entirely in the caulk, allow to dry, repeat every 12". When thoroughly dry add your stalk, twist and go to the next one.Want to remove the caulk ever? Again easy, slip a screw driver under it and pop them off.

Great use for old wine bottles

Landscaping: Tips for Your Backyard Adding walls and paths to your landscape transforms it into something truly special. Here's a collection of pro building tricks for easier, faster and better path and wall construction.

Garden DImyself

Archway between raised beds for cucumbers/beans to climb up