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  • Anna Miccolis

    Cardboard Gardening ideas

  • Chrissy Farmer

    Garden in Cardboard Boxes garden

  • Ds Pinkston

    Cardboard Gardening (from Birds & Blooms): "With this easy, eco-friendly and free gardening method, you'll have a better garden in a few weeks." Ideas - 1)Compost: Essentially, you need a ratio of 25 brown matter to 1 green matter. 2)Containers. 3)Decorative Containers. 4)Weed Barrier. 5)Use to start Flower Beds. 6)Use to Create a new garden path. 7)Use as Seed Starters 8)Use as Windowsill Herb Planter 9)Shoe Box Garden. 10)Use in Square Foot Garden

  • Katie Lawson

    container gardening on the cheap, you can really use cardboard boxes?

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