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    Lady bugs are a natural pest control. Keep more of them around by filling a long tube with sticks. The lady bugs will make it their home and watch over your garden.

    Build your own backyard hoop house.

    Grow your own green onions in a jar!

    Leigh Bush tastes a spinach leaf growing inside her cold frame in Bloomington, Indiana.

    Transplanting lettuce in the hoop house (from The Plough And The Stars)

    Easy bird feeder: Toilet paper tube, peanut butter, roll it in birdseed and slip it over a branch.

    Lay down a thick layer of cardboard in your raised garden beds to kill the grass. It also provides compost and food for worms.

    How To Plant Garlic: Separate your garlic head into separate cloves. Pick out the biggest cloves for planting.

    Grow Your Own Pea Shoots

    Your guide to making a raised garden bed

    Time to think about your winter harvest: How to grow winter lettuce and microgreens.

    Worm Composting Soaks Up Heavy Metals, Remediates Waste

    When to prune everything -- a good guide for every gardener to keep handy.

    Incandescent light bulbs as planters

    Grow 100 pounds of potatoes in a barrel.

    These flowers are planted in re-purposed light fixtures that were donated by city hall to the Middle Way House rooftop garden in Bloomington, Indiana.

    Sweet potatoes may be the perfect crop for edible landscaping.

    How to make and install a rain barrel

    Plant one clove of garlic and watch it produce up to twenty more.

    Gutter gardening

    No yard, no problem! Combine your composting with your growing in this garden tower.

    Turn your old sneakers into planters

    Our social media platforms have been flooded with images of people building gardens out of all kinds of waste materials. Check out our favorites!

    How to Make a Rain Barrel