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Mini greenhouse ~ Cut the bottom off a gallon milk jug and when a cold snap is in the forecast, place the jug over your plant, to keep warm in early Spring and Fall. Lots of other 25 No-Cost (or Low-Cost) Garden Tools Gardens Ideas, Low Costs, Minis Greenhouses, Garden Tools, Gardens Tools, 25 No Costs, Milk Jugs, Green House, Mini Greenhouse
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Mini greenhouse ~ Cut the bottom off a gallon milk jug and when a cold snap is in the forecast, place the jug over your plant, to keep warm in early Spring and Fall. Lots of other 25 No-Cost (or Low-Cost) Garden Tools
Yogurt container as cutworm collar. Protect young seedlings from night-crawling cutworms by surrounding them with a collar made by cutting the bottom off a yogurt container. Sink the container an inch or so into the ground, leaving 2 to 3 inches above ground. You can remove the collar, if you like, when the plant's stem hardens.
SBG thinks cans are cute but the little stencils on the step riser are darling. Renters...take a peek. I *knew* Pinterest would give me upcycling ideas for the 20 coffee cans on the top of my fridge that I can't throw away! (Yes, it was 50 cans-gave 30 to church for arts and crafts :) coffee can garden; Rosping
Sprout is a concept that helps home gardeners, repurpose empty milk jugs as watering cans. It takes advantage of what you already have in a milk jug, which is a handle, a gallon’s worth of water capacity and with the addition of “Sprout”, you will have an evenly spaced flow of water. Concept by Evan Gant of Altitude. (Available at Target)