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How to Build a Cold Frame

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Raised Bed Garden Designs

Check out this super easy Raised bed garden design! And you can put little flowers in the cinder block holes as a cute, colorful border too! I'm definitely going to be doing this for my vegetable garden this spring! LOVE

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10 Best DIY Seed Starting Pins

I've started seedlings in the bottoms of egg cartons, but this idea is so much better!

With a cold frame like this, you can grow greens and other cool-season vegetables right through the winter; even in Northern states!

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DIY Raised Bed Cold Frames

DIY Raised bed cold frames -- only I'd like the whole thing raised up to waist height...only would that make it freeze worse? Probably.


How to build a Cold Frame

How to build a cold frame.

Another nice tomato trellis idea for thisyear's vegetable garden.

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How to Grow Potatoes in a Container

Did you know you can grow potatoes in a container?  Its true!  You can grow potatoes in a container and Im going to attempt to show you how to do it with the video below.  Growing potatoes in a container is ideal if you have limited gardening space...

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Step-by-step: Build the ultimate raised bed

How to build a raised bed for your garden

DIY Plant Cage: If your garden is an area which is frequented by rabbits, groundhogs, deer or the neighbourhood cats, you may know the frustration of finding that certain edible flowers, herbs and vegetables are also very tempting for wild animals. This inexpensive plant cage is designed to protect plants while allowing full sun into the interior. Plants are easily accessible through the hinged top cover, and the metal hardware cloth will keep vegetation out of reach for hungry rodents.