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Create a Mini Succulent Garden With Repurposed Wine Corks

Make a succulent garden using wine corks.


Materials for Composting - Composting for the Homeowner

Thinking of starting a compost pile? Make sure you know what you should and should not compost.

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How to Build a Super Simple DIY Compost Bin

Build a Compost Pile to Suit Your Style: Compost bins and piles dont start out looking gorgeous! No worries, this hodge-podge of organic goods will eventually become gorgeous in the end. Photo by Sustainable sanitation under the Creative Commons Attribution License 2.0.Click To Enlarge

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Which Composting Method is Best for You? Infographic Helps You Decide

Informational graphic with information about composting.

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3 Steps to Worm Composting Bins That Won't Gross You Out

3 Easy Steps to #Worm #Composting Bins That Won't Gross You Out #garden #idea #home #activity #house

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Re-wined: Craft and decorate with corks

Wine corks are an excellent mulch for potted plants or small beds.

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Self watering planter made from recycled wine bottle. perfect for indoor fall greenery

Self watering planter made from recycled wine bottle. (I want this for growing herbs)

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How To Improve Your Garden Soil Without A Compost Heap

How To Improve your Garden soil without a compost heap - An easy way to recycle kitchen waste directly in your soil.

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DIY Homemade Potting Soil Recipe

From the You Don’t Need to Buy Files: #Homemade #Potting #Soil

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6 Perennial Plants to Grow in Poor Soil

Learn about the best plants to grow in poor soil or heavy clay soil with our short guide on 6 perennial flowers that actually prefer and thrive in poor soil.

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Roundup: 5 DIY Composting Techniques For Creating Your Own Rich, Organic Fertilizer

Trenching - composting by digging a trench roughly 3-feet deep and filling it with compostable scraps, covering them with alternate layers of soil. Once completed leave them for 2-3months to break down and then plant your vegetables directing into the bed.

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Wine Bottle Wind Chime (recycled)

Wine Bottle Wind Chime (recycled) via Etsy

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The benefits of wood ash in the garden

The benefits of WOOD ASH in the garden. Goody know! I've just been putting the ashes from the fireplace in the compost.

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Set of 12 Wine bottle oil lamp kit, Torch light

lanterns from discarded wine bottles...

Cute garden markers.

Cute garden markers.

Cute garden markers.