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***This would be perfect. Measuring 8 feet by 8 feet, this garden provides 45 square feet of planting space, perfect for a family of four.

8' x 8' Cedar Complete Raised Garden Bed Kit | Eartheasy.com

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Tomato Gardening 101: A String Trellis via @Shaina Olmanson | Food for My Family

Tomato Gardening 101: A String Trellis How-To

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Make your own flock block! The Chicken Chick: Flock Block Substitute Recipe. Healthy Boredom Buster for Chickens

Flock Block Substitute Recipe. Healthy Boredom Buster for Chickens

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DIY recycled tire for chicken dust bath. Mix equals amounts of wood ash, builder’s sand soil, food grade diatomaceous earth.

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Oh my goodness, what a great set up for a chicken coop! The box on the end is where they collect the eggs so there's no fear of getting your eyes pecked out by a cranky roosting hen! :) Her site has other amazing ideas as well

our vintage home love

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This is a MUST READ for anyone growing tomatoes. There's LOTS of science behind this planting plan that makes super healthy plants. Links give even more advice/ with pictures.

Love Apple Farms: How We Plant a Tomato

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instead of a concrete slab-- genius! And great drainage. Great idea for garden shed or even the chicken coop. Wouldn't have to worry about foxes digging in to the coop and it would be cheaper than concrete and easier to clean than a plywood floor.

Tips for Building a Storage Shed

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Learn how to prune your blueberries and prep them now for your largest harvest ever. This is a great step by step tutorial on pruning and spring care for blueberry plants. Love her the tips on mulching and what to add to your soil. If you ever plan on having berries or have them, read this to make sure you get a large harvest! Blueberries are our favorite.

How to Prune Blueberries

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One Man’s Genius Idea To Grow Tomatoes

One Man’s Genius Idea To Grow Tomatoes

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Removable Raised garden Bed Fence - tomorrows adventures

Removable Raised garden Bed Fence - tomorrows adventures

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DIY Umbrella Stand

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Vertical garden ideas

Vertical garden ideas | fungardenzfungardenz

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How to Prune a Tomato Here are six good reasons to prune tomatoes: To grow more flavorful tomatoes. To grow larger tomatoes. To grow more tomatoes over the length of a season. To keep plant leaves and fruits off the ground and away from pests, insect damage, and fungal disease. To keep plants smaller and more compact. To allow tomatoes on the plant at the end of the seas

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Walk path Mold at Lowe's for 16 bucks, bag of quikcrete is 5 bucks. Add any color and DIY... done son!! QUIKRETE Country Stone Walk Maker Concrete Mold Item #: 10415

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Planting potatoes This is a really great tutorial!

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things to do - refinish deck (flip the boards! genius!!)

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how to make cement stones - this is great - would look cute to do a custom garden path with a favorite quote

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When to Plant? Keep this chart handy!

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free-standing-vertical-pallet-herb-garden

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Rarely Shared Landscaping: Tips for Your Backyard Adding walls and paths to your landscape transforms it into something truly special. Here's a collection of pro building tricks for easier, faster and better path and wall construction.

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Lantana -"Landmark Sunrise Rose" - It starts yellow, then matures to coral then pink!

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DIY Greenhouse for less than $100--if you have old windows laying around.

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Simple techniques transform plumbing pipes into functional garden structures

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Rooting Succulent Leaf Cuttings with Honey,. this is an excellent site for learning succulent care

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Pinner wrote: "Cut the ends off wood planks to make wood "bricks." You can grout them with cement for outdoors OR They sliced 6″X 6″ cedar post to make their tiles, glued them down to the sub floor, mixed the cedar saw dust with polyurethane to make their grout, grouted it and let it dry, then they put several coats of clear polyurethane on top. It was beautiful!"

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