Building a bug hotel or wildlife stack in your garden is a great way to attract beneficial insects and wildlife into your garden such as ladybirds, bumble bees, butterflies, frogs & toads. This will help to create a more diverse range of wildlife in your garden, help tackle those unwanted bugs in your garden and increase pollination. Great idea. #homesfornature #diy

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A great way to add colour to your garden - you don't even need to have any space, just a fence! Backyard Tin Can Fence Garden | Ciera Design Studio

Backyard Tin Can Fence Garden | Ciera Design Studio

Cold Hardy Avocado

Cold Hardy Avocado

Want a fire pit for your back yard? It doesn't get much simpler than this DIY fire pit!

Simple DIY Fire Pit in Your Backyard | Our Home Sweet Home

Here's a very simple technique for gardening in tight spots and in places with no/terrible soil (from the arctic circle to the desert to an asphalt jungle).  It's also a great way to garden if you ...

Extreme Urban Gardening: Straw Bale Gardens

New to gardening? Jackie explains everything you need to know about starting your very first garden. Great content. Even a small house garden will produce lots of fresh food for the family. Besides saving money, it is ORGANIC and taste better!!!

Jackie's garden primer by Jackie Clay

Have any milk crates laying around? Any old tshirts? If so, than you can have a square foot garden! The tshirts keep the soil well drained.

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Lemon tree at pots!

How to grow a lemon tree from seed

DIY worm compost bin

Build Your Own Worm Compost Bin - 10 Easy Steps

You don't always need to build a big green house, why not try a mini greenhouse made from recycled bricks & windows

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How To Plant and Keep an Indoor Lemon Tree Home Hacks Guest Post from Maria Finn | Apartment Therapy

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Perfect little greenhouse -

Simply Country Life: A greenhouse just in time for Spring

What to Do About Woodchucks : The Humane Society of the United States

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Fence Out Digging Animals : The Humane Society of the United States

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spiral herb garden

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Cinder block is an AWESOME building material for raised garden beds. Inexpensive to purchase, no rotting wood to replace, and little pockets on the edges for growing herbs and/or flowers to cascade down your garden walls. TRY IT!

Cookies, Crayons, Classes, & Chaos: Cement blocks in the garden

Three-tier herb garden. The bottom is 3" square, and the top two don't have dimensions...but you can figure it out.

On Crooked Creek: Thyme For Herbs. . .

How To Grow Microgreens

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Life's A Garden 11 x 14" Digital Print on Archival Paper.

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Purchase stair risers from your local home improvement store...paint it white and add some window boxes... small herb garden?

Earth Day Thursday-Small Area Gardening Ideas

cinder block bench - Google Search

Monsoon Rains: Cinder Block Bench -- 2

Cinder Block Bench

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Vegetables You Can Grow in The Shade

Alternative Gardning: Vegetables You Can Grow in The Shade

Alternative Gardning: Crop Rotation Chart

Alternative Gardning: Crop Rotation Chart