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Plant-Marker Protector

A genious idea: seed packets make excellent markers for seedlings because they are chock-full of information. Attach packets to wooden stakes and shield each marker from water under a small inverted mason jar

Great idea for raised beds

winter garden - raised beds with hoop houses I wonder how much this could extend…

Strawberry Protectors...rocks painted like strawberries to condition birds to leave your strawberries alone!

Strawberry Protectors…rocks painted like strawberries to condition birds to leave your strawberries alone! Strawberry Protectors…rocks painted like strawberries to condition birds to leave your strawberries alone!

Wire mesh trellis hung on metal hooks against fence or wall.

How to Build a Fence Mounted Trellis - Cut a 5 x 10 foot piece of rigid wire mesh. Attach four wood blocks to the fence (one for each corner of mesh), screw a hook into each block, and fit the mesh over the hooks.

A whole strawberry patch in a 55 gallon drum.

The latest craze in the green gardening market is the self-watering barrel garden. Barrel gardens are easy to make and efficient to use. A drum can hold up to 72 plants, allowing for more food to be harvested at a one time

Get the free printable, to make your very own adorable garden markers! DIY Garden Markers - Free Printable Garden Markers

DIY Garden Markers - Free for a limited time only. Time is running out! These garden markers are so adorable, but they are also cheap to make if you can believe it! What I didnt have already I got from the Dollar Tree! Check this great tutorial out today.

Alternative Gardning: How to make plant markers

Homemade Garden Markers : First, cut the sticks so they are about long. Take the craft knife and create a flat surface to write on. Then, write out your plant’s name in the flat area. use a heavy hand so it carves into the wood a bit.

Simple aphid control - something yellow covered in vaseline

Aphid Control Idea: I coat the yellow plastic cup on the outside, with Tree Tanglefoot, a very sticky substance that doesn’t wash off. The aphids are attracted to the color yellow, they fly onto the cups and the Tanglefoot catches them.

If you love to garden, you will definitely appreciate this post!  Follow the easy step-by-step guide below to make your own seedling trays! ...

Plantable seedling pots made from newspaper. This is so easy. A wide range of ages can do this gardening craft. These seed cups would make a great gift for gardening grandparents.

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