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Can't wait to start my veggie and herb garden!! Next - making sure I don't kill the existing fruit trees :-S
Green Thumb, Greenthumb, Outdoor, Seeds Start, Vegetables Gardens, Rai Gardens Beds, Herbs Gardens, Plants Seeds, Gardens Growing
Five things you will need if you're planting seeds for the first time http://media-cache0.pinterest.com/upload/111604896985851640_DVF7SAVI_f.jpg http://bit.ly/GYv0aX lauralynneusc how does your garden grow
Five things you will need if you're planting seeds for the first time: "ambitious gardeners are starting to think about seed starting. For new or nongardeners, seed starting is just that: tucking the little guys into a special seed starting mix, popping them under artificial light, and, in many cases, applying heat..." / Mar 5 '12
List of when to start planting seeds for vegetable garden.
Can't wait to start my veggie and herb garden!! Let's hope I have a green thumb!
Plant seed indoors + transplant outdoors ((Planting Schedule))
When to Plant
Gardens Ideas, Green Thumb, Plants Vegetables, Greenthumb, Plants A Gardens, Herbs Garden, Vegetables Garden, Gardens Vegetables, Gardens Growing
Brilliant pin to kick start spring gardening projects!! 40 Genius Space-Savvy Small Garden Ideas and Solutions #GreenThumb #Green #Grow #Plants #Farmer #AmericanEagle
Maybe I will attempt a green thumb 😗 #HappyEarthDay Planting a garden:)
Do you know when to plant vegetables in your vegetable garden? Check out this planting schedule for Garden Vegetables
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Planting Schedule for Gardening Vegetables Garden growing.
17 Plants You Grow from Kitchen Scraps
Growing Plants, Bokchoy, Green Thumb, Growing Vegetables, Bok Choy, Kitchens Scrap, Growing Veggies, Green Onions, 17 Plants
Grow veggies from kitchen scraps
17 plants you can grow from kitchen scraps. #Leeks, #SpringOnions #Onions, #Scallions #Fennel #Lemongrass #RomaineLettuce #Celery #BokChoy #Cabbage #Ginger #Potatoes #Garlic #Mushrooms #Pineapple #Avocados #Carrot-tops (for fun)
Kitchen Scraps & Growing Plants 17 Plants You Can Grow from Kitchen Scraps
17 plants you can grow from from kitchen scraps including green onion, garlic and celery (which i've tried) and bok choy, ginger and pinapple! (which i will try soon)
Growing vegetables from kitchen scraps
planter for outside on the deck
Ideas, Tired Swings, Old Tires, Flowers Pots, Gardens, Old Tired Planters, Hanging Planters, Diy, Tire Planters
old tire planter - so much for Abbie's tire swing!
One of best reuse ideas for old tires #garden #planters #DIY
Hanging Planters - might be ok hanging on the side of the old barn - i have an old tire I've nothing else to do with - I think I'd actually like something besides white ... draws TOO much attention to the treads - #Upcycle #Repurpose #Tire #Planter #Garden - pb≈
old tire planter. Cool idea
50+ Ideas for Upcycled Flower Pots - Reincarnations Art tire planter
vertical garden. [another way to garden in an apartment!]
Pallets Planters, Wooden Pallets, Vertical Gardens, Herbs Gardens, Wood Pallets, Old Pallets, Pallets Projects, Diy Projects, Recycled Pallets
DIY Recycled Pallet Vertical Garden #diy Mini pallet planter?
vertical planter Recycled Pallet Projects: Reuse, Recycle & Repurpose Old Wooden Pallets DIY
DIY PROJECT: Recycled Pallet Vertical Garden. Turn an old pallet into a beautiful garden.. #recycle #green #gardening #craft #diy
diy project: recycled pallet vertical garden Summer is waning, and since I am a diehard autumnal girl, I’d usually be very excited by now. But I have to be honest — this lush and vibrant pallet vertical garden is making me want to stay in summer for another month or two. There have been many pallet projects and many vertical garden projects, but none combine the two elements as well as this tutorial developed by Fern Richardson of Life on the Balcony and recreated by Steph of the local spoon. I like this so much, I might have to squeeze it in before I focus entirely on fall projects. — Kate Have a DIY project you’d like to share? Shoot me an email with your images right here! (Low res, under 500k per image, please.) pallet_garden_intro pallet_garden_materials pallet_garden_step1 pallet_garden_step2 pallet_garden_step3 pallet_garden_step4 pallet_garden_step5 pallet_garden_step6 pallet_garden_step7 pallet_garden_step8 pallet_garden_step9 pallet_garden_detail2 pallet_garden_detail There is nothing more adorable than little baby succulents. I happened to have a teeny porch desperately in need of love that didn’t get a lot of sun, so succulents were the perfect low-water, low-light choice. I also loved the idea of making something out of a pallet, one of those items you see everywhere — you have to wonder what happens to all of them, and I was excited to give one a purpose and home on my neglected porch. It transformed the space and was easy and lots of fun to make (the best part of all might have been my trip to the nursery where I could buy adorable baby succulents to my heart’s content). — Stephanie Materials a pallet (I found mine for free at a local garden store — mine measured 25 x 38 inches) roll of landscaping paper (this can be quite expensive, but you don’t need as much as comes in a typical landscaping roll, so you might be able to find someone’s excess on Craigslist or at a local garden shop) sandpaper staple gun and staples hammer and nails potting soil (I used 2.5 cubic feet for the 25 x 38 pallet) adorable succulents or other plants of choice Instructions 1. Sand down any rough spots on your pallet. If the back of your pallet doesn’t have much support (mine was basically open on the back), find some scrap wood, roughly 3 to 4 inches wide and 1/4 inch thick (or the thickness of the rest of your supports) and cut it down to the width of your pallet. Using two nails on each side, add supports so they are roughly even down the back of your pallet. 2. Double or triple up your landscaping fabric and begin the stapling fun. Staple fabric along the back, bottom and sides of the pallet, taking care at the corners to fold in the fabric so no soil will spill out. (See photos for details on folding corners.) 3. Lay the pallet flat and pour potting soil through slats, pressing soil down firmly. Leave enough room to begin planting your succulents. 4. Begin planting, starting at the bottom of the pallet and ending at the top. Make sure soil is firmly packed in each layer as you move up. Add more soil as needed so that plants are tightly packed at the end. 5. Water your wall garden thoroughly and let it remain horizontal for 1 to 2 weeks to allow plants to take root. After 1 to 2 weeks, you can set it upright. Note: Remember when you water to start at the top and water each subsequent section a little less, as your water will naturally seep through to the bottom-most plants. Enjoy!
An old wood pallet is transformed into a vertical garden
Bet you could do this with herb gardens and certain vegetables - like onions, lettuces and carrots, you may have to leave it horizontal. Theoretically you could screw 2 pallets together to get a deeper growing depth. hmmmm diy project: recycled pallet vertical garden.
DIY a potted garden in a galvanized tub! (this will have to wait until we move into an apartment with a patio.)