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  • Lut Martien

    Rain Barrel! Great idea to save and utilize rain water. #garden #outdoor

  • Nicole McAtee

    7 DIY projects to make your garden life easier. DIY rain barrel!

  • lina

    DIY Rain Barrel - You won't have to feel guilty about using fresh water to water your garden anymore! Also, the nutrients from rainwater is soooo much better for your plants unlike hose water! #organic #gardening

  • Jenny McGinnes

    This would be a good idea if we had rain water to collet!!! DIY Rain Barrel - You won't have to feel guilty about using fresh water to water your garden anymore! #organic #gardening

  • M Gohman

    Rain barrel- great idea for the garden!...maybe done with a more aesthetic looking barrel ?? cool idea!

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Reuse rainwater with these barrels made from trash cans. Placed underneath your home's downspout, a rain barrel can help conserve water (and money) by capturing rain runoff from the roof. You can then use that water for the garden. You'll find a variety of barrels available online: Look for ones that have a spigot for a house attachment. Or make your own from large plastic trash containers. You can purchase a pump to help deliver the water through your hose, or a tap to fill your watering can.