Improving clay soil
Free plans and pictures of PVC pipe projects, lots of great garden projects
Re-purpose broken stemware. Pop in a citronella candle and then put glass down in plant. Pretty at night and keeps bugs away! @ Do It Yourself Remodeling Ideas
Cinder block raised bed Cattle panel trellis.
>Milk jug wall garden. oh. snap!
Weed killer at half the price of round up: 2 cups table salt, 1 gallon white vinegar (make sure it has 5 percent acidity), 8 drops liquid dishwashing soap, preferably Dawn
How to build the perfect raised bed.
Lavender Labyrinth - Can you just imagine how delicious the air smells standing in the center!
Skruben: How To: Self-Watering Seed Starter Pots
GutterGarden how to
Seed Starting-A Comparative (at home study) of using Cheap Indoor methods (egg crates, peat pots, milk cartons, toilet paper rolls..). Got a kick out of reading this. Something to share with my growing partner for our maiden raised bed garden.
"Good article about how to build a small hoop house over your garden to extend the growing season." I need to make this!!!
Hanging Gutter Garden
Keyhole Garden - How to make an African style raised bed
Mom and Dad adapted this to add rows to the front and back of their raised bed garden so we shall see how these new crops grow!
Sunflower House. Kids can play in once the sunflowers grow tall. @ Do It Yourself Remodeling Ideas
Build a 300-dollar underground greenhouse for year-round gardening (Video) : TreeHugger
start seeds in ice cream cones and plant in to ground....
Guide to which produce is in season during which months. So handy!
Solar heater big enough to heat a garage.....this site tells you how to do it with soda cans ... heat a greenhouse or coop too!! I would use beer cans, though - soda is bad for you!
2 gardens like this can feed a family of 10 all year round & use as little as a gallon of water a day, it's an awesome concept
Mini hoop tunnels for extending your season. Great for extra-early salad greens or protecting tom's and peppers.
PVC Greenhouse Plan
Type in your Zip, this site tells what and when to plant according on where you live