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    Diy: toadstools. Cute!

    Wooden Mushrooms

    Doors and windows in the garden - a gallery of ideas

    Lindsay from My Creative Days is here to show off her adorable polka dot whimsical Toadstool garden! They make such cute DIY garden decor! You wont believe what she used to make them. Enjoy! -Linda DIY Garden Decor This was a $1 wood salad b

    Mushrooms & Toadstools Garden Art DIY - make your own with wooden or glass bowls or concrete

    hopscotch in the garden with paving stones

    DIY Garden Decoration Projects - Make your Own Garden Art thegardeningcook....

    painted rocks for the garden - maybe for a fairy garden outside?

    toadstool DIY

    Make Your Own Kids Garden. Great way to give the kids something to do while you garden and have even more fresh veggies and fruits!

    toadstool stumps :)

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    DIY concrete garden mushrooms

    Wood thrift shop bowls painted and turned upside down into toad stools!

    Washing machine tub with your garden hose fed through a drilled hole in the bottom/side

    Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. use baking soda around all of the edges of flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. Do this twice a year spring and fall

    Build a garden that rocks: Turn plain stones into a whimsical surprise | Dallas-Fort Worth Lifestyles News - News for Dallas, Texas - The Dallas Morning News

    start seeds in ice cream cones and plant in to ground….how clever, biodegradable @ Home DIY Remodeling

    How to make garden art toadstools

    The top five plants for low maintenance gardens

    If you're trying to get your children to eat more greens, try this colourful idea for a raised garden bed. Use safe timber for this project & paint in non-toxic colours. The verticals are for climbers like tomatoes. Great for school or home. What do you think? | The Micro Gardener