PVC Garden "Pots" -- On b organic with michele beschen episode #212, a CSA had lots of unique planting methods that were inexpensive, deer- & weed-proof, AND accessible to someone in a wheelchair. PVC pipe (10’ lengths) cut into 3 equal pieces, secured in the ground with a piece of rebar, and filled it with soil were used to plant all sorts of vegetables and plants, 1 plant per "pot". Each plant took just one cup of water per day to thrive! Here is a similar idea on a DOT government website.

Disney world does this! Lowes sells the 4 to 6" round PVC pipe with holes already drilled. Purchase an end cap, fill with rock, soil, and plant. I will often put these in the center of a very large pot to stabilize, and add amazing height and color to a container that has trailing plants (no end cap or rock needed if you are placing in a container)

Squash hill in cross section with buried pot for deep watering! vegetablegardener.com blog

129 cukes per plant --Have to try this.

Spilled flower pot

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How to build raised beds

If we have a hill on our next property I know what I am going to do with it!

A colander for your Tubtrug. What a great idea! Rinse vegetables right in the garden. (Tubtrug sold separately.)

Heirloom Vegetable Plants

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Love this vegetable garden

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Raised Garden: add pipe to hold hoops for bird netting or shade covers.

SECRET Fertilizer :) My 'fertilizing cocktail' consists of mixing 1/2 bottle of cheap beer, 1 tablespoon of Epson salts, and 2 tablespoons of fish emulsion in a watering can (1-2 gallons). I do this to ALL my vegetable, flowers, and indoor plants. You will definitely notice the difference in a few weeks! Don't waste too much money on the beer. Cheapest still works great -- plants aren't picky!

Using Cardboard in Raised Garden Beds

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Get Your Tomatoes off to a Perfect Start Enjoy your best crop of tomatoes yet with these 10 tips to get your tomato plants off to a strong start....I have done this and it really does work as well as people say.

Root Crop Storage Bin- root veggies like carrots and beets will stay fresh all winter and even grow sweeter in this storage bin. Just fill with layers of damp sand or sawdust, alternating with layers of carrots or beets, and put in a cool, dark place. Potatoes, turnips and squash can go right in the bin without sand.

Carrots in a pot... Like soup, but not.