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Plastic Container

Green House

Gardening Outdoor

Mini Greenhouse

Inexpensive Mini Greenhouses. for you do it yourselfers!!!

Garden Ideas

Mini Green House Ideas

Diy Greenhouse Idea

Portable Greenhouse

Storage Container

Small Greenhouse

Create portable mini greenhouses out of plastic storage containers for starting seeds and nurturing young plants.

Plastic Bottle

Liter Bottle

Self-Watering Planters For Starting Seeds #garden

Garlic Indoors

Garlic Clove

Planting Garlic

Grow Garlic

Autumn Fall

Garlic Yogurt

Garden Plants

How to grow garlic indoors using a garlic clove that had sprouted in with the onions. So much easier that I thought it would be. Grew so fast I had to transplant it to a bigger pot after just a couple of weeks. So much fun.

Garden Plant Markers

Garden Ideas

Garden Markers

Garden Plants

For our garden next year

Bicycle Rim

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Bicycle Wheel

Bike Rim

BRILLIANT!!!!!!! To build the trellis for the peas, the blogger used two old tire rims that the local bicycle shop was more than happy to give her. Looks like she used twine for climbing lines and maybe wire to hold up the top!! What a great space saver in the corner of a raised bed garden, or anywhere else!

Garden Ideas

Toilet Paper Rolls

Start Seeds

Transplanting Outdoors

Seeds Indoors

Biodegradable Toilet Paper

Using biodegradable toilet paper rolls - a great way to start seeds indoors and not disturb the roots! Once ready to transplant just plant the entire roll in the soil...cardboard will breakdown. Garden Girl :)

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Shade Garden

Shade Vegetable

Shade Veggie

Vegetable Garden

Vegetables You Can Grow in The Shade

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Homemade Weed Killer

Weed Killers

Garden Tips

Gardening Outdoor

Natural Weed Killer — 1 gallon vinegar, 1/2 cup salt, dash of dish washing detergent (makes it stick to the weeds). Mix well, spray on weeds in the morning, rejoice in their death that evening. This works best on a sunny day.

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Plastic Bottles

Gardening Ideas

Milk Jugs

Jug Scoop

DIY: Milk jug scoop for potting soil + 6 ways to use repurposed materials (gutters, pallets, old windows) to start a garden.

Garden Ideas

Greenhouse Gardening Ideas

Greenhouse Ideas Diy

Greenhouses Brilliant

Mini Greenhouse Ideas

Cool Ideas

Gardening Greenhouse

mini greenhouses

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Turn Plastic Chicken Containers into Indoor Greenhouses — Read Between The Limes

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Seed Starting

Rotisserie Chicken

Gardening Outdoor

Chicken Containers

Mini Greenhouse

So smart!!! Re-use a rotisserie chicken container as a mini greenhouse!

Toilet Paper Rolls

Plants Growth

Plants Awesome

Toilet Rolls

Start Plants

Plants Brilliant

Plants Clever

Use toilet paper rolls to start your plants

DIY Readyfrom DIY Ready

How to Build a Greenhouse

Build Greenhouse

Carton Greenhouse

Green House

Diy Greenhouses

Mini Greenhouse


Storing Seed

Seed Organizing

Gardening Ideas

Organizing Seed

Large Photo

organize seeds - large photo organizing case that has 12 individual 4X6 picture holders on the inside (they found it at costco)

Halloween Pumpkin

Pumpkin Add

Grow Pumpkin

Science Idea

Small Pumpkin

Growing Pumpkins

Open up the pumpkin, add a little soil and water, and watch the seeds (which are already inside the pumpkin) grow.

Curblyfrom Curbly

Roundup: 5 DIY Backyard Composting Solutions

Compost Bins

Garden Ideas

Composting Bin

Compost Barrel

Bin Idea

Compost Idea

Diy Compost Bin

DIY compost bins

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Local Tower Garden Farmer Produces Aeroponic Food for Disney, Emeril’s, and other Fine Orlando Restaurants

Farmer Produces

Aeroponic Towers

Greenhouses Gardening

Tower Gardening

Vertical Garden

Gardens Aeroponic

Tower Gardens at The Greenhouse

Garden Ideas

Square Foot Gardening

Gardening Ideas

Garden Templates

Planting Template

Foot Templates

Gardening Templates

Square foot gardening planting template

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Garden Ideas

Cucumber Trellis

Vegetable Garden

Cucumbers like it hot. Lettuce likes it cool and shady. Two in one! I'll remember this for next year!