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seedlings in egg cartons.

Leave the top on, making growing space deeper. Seedlings in Egg Cartons.then plant the paper egg cartons directly in the soil.

Summer project: A beautiful way to display your garden and plants in the backyard! #PiTe

Pathways Design Ideas for Home and Garden

Great for a new garden look! Add this wooden vertical gardening to your backyard fence! -- vertical gardening ideas with wooden fence. Another perfect way to grow strawberries!

Self-Watering Planters For Starting Seeds

How To Make Self-watering Seed Starter Pots. We are excited to share with you this recycling project. It is truly green and fun. You do not only recycle those plastic water bottles, but also make self-watering seed starter pots for you to start your herb

Eggshells

Egg shell dust for your garden! I have used this for 2 years and my soil is so much healthier. Egg shell dust for your garden!

I've built one similar to this. No mesh just all PVC! I like the mesh idea. Make Your Own Greenhouse

Make Your Own Greenhouse, DIY Greenhouse from PVC and cattle panel Could be used as a Chicken Coop/Yard as well

Lemon plant

Plant lemon seeds from your lemons! Lemon leaves smell so good. Awesome for kitchen, bathroom, or any place in the house. Plant lemon seeds from your lemons!

DIY milk carton watering can - could also be great for rinsing hands, etc while camping - rugged life

Make a no-drip DIY watering can from a milk jug

Can you say brilliant? Way to upcyle a milk jug into a watering can. stonesy Can you say brilliant? Way to upcyle a milk jug into a watering can. Can you say brilliant? Way to upcyle a milk jug into a watering can.

Planting seeds in eggshells then put eggshell and all in garden bed when ready for transplant. Crush egg shell a little to give roots room to expand and gives an added benefit of nutrients to the plant.

Save your large egg shells next time you bake, wash them out, plant them with seeds. Once the plants are large enough, just transfer the whole egg into the ground. The shell is actually a great fertilizer and the roots will be able to break right through.

Many items can be reused and repurposed for seed starting containers. Empty cardboard egg cartons, and even egg shells themselves make great little seed starting pots - and can be popped right into the garden at planting time!

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