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    diy strawberry planter

    Summer flower pot idea

    Finally! A visual how-to on building those beautiful flower pot towers. Lets put one our front porches this year! Great for an herb garden outside the kitchen door!

    Strawberry Towers

    some ideas to DIY

    Lemon seeds. Lemon leaves smell so good. Awesome for kitchen, bathroom, or any place in the house.

    Make Your Own Arbor.. Add year-round interest to your landscape with a willow arbor...Sue 2013

    Great idea for curb appeal, and so easy!! Make a plant tower and add your house number on the bottom pot...

    DIY Outdoor Planter Pot for $15!

    bottle gardens.

    Growing strawberries in a tower keeps them off the ground. Love this idea, have done something similar in the past and had so many more strawberries, insects didn't get to them. I want to try this tower. I thought I'd plant Strawberries from the upside down tomato planters this yeas to keep the sluggs out of them. But I think I'll order some of these climbing ones as well.

    Self watering hanging basket - because I never remember til it is too late

    two-tier potted herb garden.

    how to propagate strawberry plants

    How to build a raised vegetable garden. This is a great way to garden. I did this myself this year. Will do it again next year.

    Grow your own celery from your remains from the store. Just chop of the base and plant. One week of growth shown in photo.

    A large pot turned on its side with simple planting of blue lobelia spilling out. I could do this!!

    Grow sweet organic strawberries anywhere with this guide to growing strawberries in containers.

    Strawberry & Herb Planter: Terracotta Colored Polyethylene Pot

    Avocado Plant ~ Take the avocado pit and push the flat end into a six-inch pot of moist, multi-purpose soil. Leave the pointy end exposed. Keep the plant at about 65° F until the first leaf shoots appear. Aftet that, it likes normal room temperatures. To encourage upward growth, pinch off new buds when they appear below the top leaves on the plant stalk. With proper care, in three years your Avocado will grow to an elegant, large-leaved houseplant about 3 feet tall.