Bird Bath: Using leftover bricks and planter saucer. Just stack them up and lay piece of wood on top and then lay a saucer on top. If I ever get access to some bricks, I just might do this! Love my backyard bird watching!
Grow the biggest plants EVER, with this secret family recipe! 1 Cup Ammonia 1 Cup Shampoo 8 oz Beer 1 Sleeve of Miracle-Gro That’s it! Mix liquid ingredients first in a large 5 gallon bucket then add the Miracle-Gro– mix
30 uses for wood ash ! Make lye water out of ash. You can boil spoons of ash (clean white/grey fluffy ash) with water and then filter it with a coffee filter. Lye water is a great cleaning agent and sanitizer for .
Growing Zucchini in Small Spaces By simply using an inverted (aka upside-down) tomato cage, you can train your zucchini leaves to grow straight up! This leaves the bottom of the plant (where the zucchini's grow) open and makes it easy to see the fruit gr
Here's a great way to make your own trellis. This trellis is a great way to extend your gardening space. Grow your vegetables vertically. This trellis is easy to make and folds for easy winter storage. IN A RAISED BED
Starting from Scratch: Vertical Gardening. a tower garden that you fill all at once so you don't have to keep a lot of dirt around. the plants grow out the sides, let's do one for potatoes, one for strawberries, maybe even tomatoes and peppers!
Great article if I ever plant Raspberries. Fall bearing would be my choice. How to Grow Raspberries: Raspberry Growing Requirements - Soil, Location, Water, Mulch. Difference between Summer Bearing and Fall Bearing Raspberries.
No more trips to the farmer’s market for you. Why not grow your own endless supply of berries? Use them for snacking, smoothies, on top of your favorite dessert. The possibilities are, well, endless! Grow your own berries right in your own backyard.
The difference between a healthy container plant and one that doesn't thrive could be as basic as choosing the right soil mix. Give container plants a healthy head-start by learning the pros and cons of 4 different potting soil types.