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Intensive Gardening: Grow More Food in Less Space (With the Least Work!) - Organic Gardening - from MOTHER EARTH NEWS

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cool backyard fort / playhouse made from doors

Cucumbers like it hot. Lettuce likes it cool and shady. But with a trellis, they’re perfect companions! Use a slanted trellis to grow your cucumbers and you’ll enjoy loads of straight, unblemished fruit. Plant lettuce, mesclun, or spinach in the shady area beneath to protect it from wilting or bolting. Also acts as a garden space saver - two plants in one space!

garden! with chickens!

Collecting the Moments... one by one: The next step

Bean house and outdoor kitchen - OverlookPreschool

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How One Family Grows 6,000 lbs Veggies On 1/10th Acre In Los Angeles | Tiny House for Us

trellis tomatoes, how to grow a single tomoato in one square foot up a length of twine

My Kitchen Garden Party: My Square Foot Garden is Growing Up

This is what I'd like to have in the back yard. Raised bed design. Raised garden or flower bed. Walk into the walkway and pick from your garden easily.

A Taste of the Earth: raised bed is done... with amenities

How to root hydrangea cuttings.

How to Grow Hydrangea from Cuttings

how to grow hundreds of potatoes in a container

Urban Farm Mag - not companion plants

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)

Bad soil? No soil? Plant in straw bales instead

10 reasons to plant a garden -Ooooby Pin is for the greenhouse tops on the raised beds, no tutorial though!w

10 reasons to plant a garden

Be sure to upcycle your food scraps... All of this food will magically regrow itself!

vegetable-garden tuneup: make room for more - A Way To Garden

Make a 50/50 combination of flour and baking soda, and dust it all over whichever plants the cabbage worms are eating. They'll eat the combo while munching the leaves, and die within a day or so. Repeat as necessary..

tiered herb garden. awesome.

pallet wood walkway

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Greenhouse architecture

joy and sweetness, philanthropy and mystic sorrow | campfiregirl

Faced with unplanned retirement, a gardener transforms a weed-choked backyard into a micro market garden that grows greens by the fistful.