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drip irrigation drill 5 or 6 holes in the bottom of the bottle and fill with water and put it down in the plant, cap on.

Top 10 Awesome Ideas for your Garden - Grow vegetables with 10 times less water with "Solar Drip Irrigation.”

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Planting the seeds

Self watering recycled plant pot for growing herbs and flowers

Good idea for multiple reasons: 1) equisetum grows so quickly and make even the newest newbie of a gardener feel accomplished and happy, 2) equisetum can get out of control and this container will prevent that from happening, 3) creates privacy and covers up some unsightly areas

Try planting a whole raw egg or eggshells deeply in the hole before planting your tomato plant.

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Self-watering pots. BRILLIANT!

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How To Get FREE Or Cheap Plants and Seeds

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Soda Bottle Drip Feeder for Vegetables - Easy DIY project

soda bottle drip feeder for veggies

natural bug spray Brew a pot of coffee and let it cool. Pour into spray bottle and spray on plants. It freaks out the bugs and gives your plants (if they are the type that need it) a tiny shot of nitrogen.

Simply Smokin' Weed Killer: Nontoxic, easy and cheap. Why haven't I thought of this?

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Soda Bottle Drip Feeder for Vegetables - Easy DIY project

Bury a plastic bottle with small holes to water your plant's roots..brilliant in arid climates!

Instead of putting rocks in the bottom of big porch planters, she fill the bottom with sealed empty plastic 20 ounce bottles! They give the pot the drainage it needs, without adding all that extra weight!-cool idea

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Gardening New Uses for Old Things

Epsom Salt as Plant Fertilizer - Encourage green growth on your house plants by applying a solution of 2 tablespoons salt to 1 gallon water once a month. Magnesium and sulfur from the salt make leaves grow bushier and encourage flowering plants to bloom more often.

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10 Uses for Coffee Filters

TOP TIP: Flower Pot Drain Hole Cover: Just lay a coffee filter in the bottom of the pot covering the hole before filling the pot. The soil will stay in the pot and the water will still drain out because that is what coffee filters are designed to do; let water through. They last for a long time, too; by the time they fall apart, the potting soil is well packed and the plant has roots that hold the soil together.

Instead of putting rocks in the bottom of big porch planters, she fills the bottom with sealed empty plastic 20 ounce bottles! They give the pot the drainage it needs, without adding all that extra weight! So smart!!