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milk crate compost - 3 crates, plastic or metal mesh/screen or weed barrier fabric, scissors, hot glue gun, wood, saw, drill, screws (preferably rust proof), old drawer handles, varnish, newspaper, organic waste

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from Camille Styles

Transformed :: Mason Jar Herb Garden

Even if you don't have a backyard or a spacious kitchen, you can have an herb garden using mason jars!

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from Attainable Sustainable

Make a Worm Composter for Less than Five Bucks

Make a Worm Composter for Less than Five Bucks. Here’s what you’ll need: 2 nesting buckets (or 3; see note at end of post), 1 bucket lid, a drill fit with an 1/8″ (or so) bit, newspaper, worms (you’ll need red wigglers for this; if you have a friend with worms see if you can have a handful. Otherwise, you may need to buy some). Click through for step by step instructions complete with photos.

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Cut wine bottles for planting herbs. Plant your favorite herb and fill up the bottom with water. It will sip the water thru the rope.

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8 Darling Eggshell Gardens

Eggshell seed pots! So nifty. Especially because you just plant the whole eggshell when your seeds are ready to go outside. Then the egg shell is food as it biodegrades

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from The aerial edible garden and other urban adventures

OCTOBER a Berlin story

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How to Reuse Eggshells

Reusing Eggshells - Practical Savings ► Composting ► Pest Control ► Seed starting and more...

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