Instructions for potato barrel.
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Instructions for potatobarrel planting
Potato Barrel: How to Plant Potatoes - Wooden Potato Barrel - Potato Barrels - Growing Potatoes in Containersr
Potato Barrel: grow 100 lbs
This looks cool! Alternative Gardening: Grow 100 pounds of potatoes in a barrel
Instructions for a potato barrel .... @Nina more gardening ideas?
Idea, Oil Lamps, Recycled Wine Bottle, Wine Bottle Torches, Tiki Torches, Wine Bottles, Backyard, Lanterns, Old Wine Bottle
few items from the hardware store, empty wine bottle, lamp oil, wick and wah-lah - Wineaux Backyard Oil Lamps. Love this idea
wine bottle lanterns. Like this idea better than tiki torches!!
LOVE this idea for a backyard! All you need is some old wine bottles and about $4 worth of parts from your local hardware store! An adjustment I'd make: Fill the bottom of the wine bottle (about halfway up) with tiny pebbles or glass beads or marbles - then you don't need as long of a wick or as much tiki torch oil! Loving this idea...
Wine Bottle Torches: "this clever outdoor diy idea comes from erik anderson of gerardot & co.- a creative branding and design agency in indianapolis. erik was kind enough to share a fantastic project that turns an everyday bottle into a modern backyard tiki torch. Via designsponge"
Love this recycled wine bottle torch, cool idea to make your backyard glow.
Glass Gem Heirloom Corn
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more beautiful glass gem corn. why are there so many vibrant colors in a single ear of corn? You don’t usually see flowers of different colors on a single tree. Each kernel is actually a different corn plant (or the seed of one) with a unique mix of genes inherited from its parents. #garden #genetics #corn
The nearly translucent Glass Gem Corn looks more like a work of art than a vegetable. And it's clear why: The translucent rainbow kernels look more like Swarovski crystals than food. But how did these brilliant kernels come to be? The story begins decades ago with Carl Barnes, a part-Cherokee farmer and breeder in Oklahoma who started crossing different Native American corns for beauty. He chose vibrant, translucent colors and eventually ended up with Glass Gem Corn.
Glass gem corn. Beautiful! #GlassGem
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30 Amazing Downspout Ideas, Splash Guards, Charming Rain Chains and Creative Rain Ropes
This also works if watering pail is sitting on ground, with downspout emptying into top of it - saves a bit of rainwater for you to use in your potted plants...
Water can at the end of a rain gutter! Great idea!
Plant Talk: garden art Anacortes watering can
Plant Talk: Rainbarrel? Nope, Watering Can Rainbarrel? Nope, Watering Can Huge, crayon-colored watering cans attached to the sides of a warehouse...they dribble water down into freshly planted rain gardens all around the building... Love this idea for a downspout!
Watering Can Art In The Garden | Empress of Dirt
Such a cute idea! My aunt susan would love this watering can
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Space saver veggie garden
Vegetable garden. Great for small spaces
Another 'vertical' garden idea; would be great for an herb garden
Space saver for herbs, strawberries, or lettuce... Vertical Gardening.
Grow up - stair like planter boxes make it possible to grow an edible garden without a lot of space.
Awesome herb garden idea for small spaces.
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I love succulents and wild animals
my daughter has this same plant, only in a Panda.
love the dinosaur!
edward the elephant planter
Maker Mama Craft Blog: Decorating with Succulents
Plaid Pigeon plastic animal succulent planters
Veggies in rain gutters on the side of the house. Nifty!