"Baking Soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. I use baking soda in a 6" wide area around all of the edges of my flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into my beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. I usually have to do this twice a year - spring and fall."

Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and is a natural weed killer. Sprinkle baking soda around all of the edges of garden areas to keep the grass and weeds from growing into flower beds. Just lightly cover the soil twice a year – spring and fall.

Drying Onions- so dry this year (2014) that I just leave them in the ground, I mean dust, and pull them when I need them.

How to Harvest, Cure and Store Onions: Gardener's Supply

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Juliana's Family-Friendly Backyard

Easy and cheap patio set up; Build a step and planter box along the house. Layout concrete pavers for a patio space

deer proof raised bed gardening | dreaming of... a garden the deer can't get to. Here's an ...

Yes, the rabbits are a problem. They ATE all my green bean plants one year. Great gardening idea for raised bed boxes for a green house or to keep pests out!

DIY Modern Concrete Planter - Cheap concrete pavers plus some liquid nails...BOOM! So much cheaper than buying an already made one!!

DIY Modern Concrete Planter

Clever idea: planters from pavers. have you priced large planters lately? i'm picturing a mosaic or pretty stain on these.you could use the mosaic tiles from lowes or homedepot.

Make your own potato tower - no digging up potatoes!  yields about 25 lbs/tower.

diy potato tower - no digging up potatoes! Yields about 25 lbs/tower. Try with sweet potatoes!

~PAllenSmith used wire to create this rounded trellis for zucchini, tomatoes, and bean, for instance! Gourds would be great as well!~

- PAllenSmith used wire to create this rounded trellis for zucchini, tomatoes, beans. - Gourds would be great as well. - The design could be easily adapted in a much smaller space.

Straw-bale gardening lengthens the growing season in colder climates because the straw releases heat as it decomposes.

Bad soil? No soil? Plant in straw bales instead

Tomato plants flourish in straw bales, and no weeds or weeding! Check out the straw-bale gardening movement that has become one of this summer's hottest gardening trends. (AP Photo/Cool Springs Press, Tracy Walsh/Poser Design) Wonder if this would work?

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How to Build a Trellis for Growing Peas

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