Really useful - step by steps for succulent, air plants, terrarium and herbs along with care guidelines and cut flower advice.
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5 Inspiring ( Easy!) DIY Indoor Gardens | Urban Gardens
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5 Indoor 'Garden' ideas with step-by-step instructions - herb garden, terrarium, fresh-cut flowers, air plants, and succulents.
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The Pinterst 100: Gardening. Easy DIY indoor gardening. Terrariums!!!
How to make a hanging chicken wire planter
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Give your worn-out hoses a second career by converting them. Just plug the end of the hose with a round stick and perforate the hose with a sharp nail. You'll get a free soaker hose and conserve water at the same time.
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Home-made soaker hose and other gardening ideas
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Got lots of worn out hoses. Good idea. Punch holes in a worn hose with a nail Give your worn-out hoses a second career by converting them. Just plug the end of the hose with a round stick and perforate the hose with a sharp nail. You'll get a free soaker hose and conserve water at the same time.
Homemade soaker hose Give your worn-out hoses a second career by converting them. Just plug the end of the hose with a round stick and perforate the hose with a sharp nail. You'll get a free soaker hose and conserve water at the same time.
Use rope lighting to line your garden. | 51 Budget Backyard DIYs That Are Borderline Genius
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Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. Awesome for front yard. I would use river rock instead of the white rock!!
wood deck at ground level with rock edging and rope lights next to the rocks
Learn how to grow strawberries in this post. These sweet, popular fruit can easily grow in most gardens, so long as the correct care is given to them.
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For sweet pea....:)
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Mount a chalk-painted board to the fence so kids can unleash their creativity outdoors. | 51 Budget Backyard DIYs That Are Borderline Genius
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Outdoor play area for kids! great idea now that summer has come!
Outdoor chalkboard wall for kids @Libby S. why does this make me think of your backyard?
Outdoor chalkboard wall for kids, have seen cuter... but same idea
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play area ideas out side - Giant Chalk Board
Galleries of garden and garden art ideas including DIY projects, sheds, birdhouses, garden balls, garden junk, and more.
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When is the perfect time to harvest potatoes in the garden? The answer is in the visual changes that the plants go through during the growing process.
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I love growing potatoes. It's like digging for GOLD! When is the perfect time to harvest potatoes in the garden? The answer is in the visual changes that the plants go through during the growing process.
How to fold newspaper into biodegradable planters.
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Newspaper Planter - How to fold newspaper into biodegradable planters.
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How to fold newspaper into biodegradable planters and other fun "reuse" ideas.
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How to fold newspaper into biodegradable planters. Lots of upcycling ideas. This would be perfect for planting potted plants so you don't lose the soil and they would sit up straight so you wouldn't have to hold them.
These paths are beautiful BUT they would all be a horrible "walk down the garden path" and treacherous! off to one side would work better!
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Can't wait for my own outdoor garden
5.14 DIY Garden Path Ideas!
This recycled jeans planter will add country charm to your yard. :) Instructions--> wonderfuldiy.com/...
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Oh, Im so making this for my mom for Mothers Day. She will get a kick out of this. She loves plants!!! PLEASE SHARE To SAVE this recipe, be sure to click SHARE so it will store on your personal page. For more healthy recipes, tips, motivation and fun, join us here Denices Skinny Friends - Healthy Weight Loss Tips
I have read this alternate garden idea in Denice Duszynski'sFB page ..he made this for his mom for Mother's Day. I am pinning it with his permission to save this idea. Potted plants are fitted with old jeans of kid or for a bigger pot jeans of adult size can be used. Can be kept on window or wall .or balcony ...leg portion can be stuffed with pantyhose stuff with sand or soil with shoes on at the bottom.. In fact at the feet portion shoe-garden can be tried.
Flower pots in kids pants..
Victorian Window Outdoor Garden Mirror. Mirrors in the garden are a great way to expand the space.
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Simple garden mirror - could use old window
window framed mirror for garden wall
'Lady Marmalade' is a floribunda rose with a spicy scent that will flower in flushes from summer to autumn. Photo by Jason Ingram
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Scented roses: 'Lady Marmalade' is a floribunda rose with a spicy scent that will flower in flushes from summer to autumn. Discover the 5 keys ways to grow better roses http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/features/flowers/five-ways-to-grow-better-roses/1096.html Photo by Jason Ingram
Lady marmalade rose.
Bridges park - Ireland. beautiful!
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Bridges Park - Ireland, A place I would love to go, so pretty
The Moss Garden of Saihō-ji, Kyoto, Japan. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saih%C5%8D-ji_(Kyoto) (If you see a version of this image where everything green is pink and it's said to be a place called Bridges Park in Ireland, know that it's A) Photoshopped, and B) mislabeled.)
Bridges Park in Ireland | Most Beautiful Pages I didn't know we had pink forests on earth haha
10 Ways To Keep Weeds Out Of Your Garden - Who has time to pull weeds? Not Me! Learn how to keep weeds out!
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So we can grow fruit and veggies without having to constantly weed. Hopefully.
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Backyard fun: Make your own DIY Tetherball set for half the cost! | simplykierste.com
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Backyard fun: Make your own DIY tetherball set!
Insect hotel at RHS Flower Show Tatton Park
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Nature Squared designed by Reaseheath College FdSc Garden & Landscape design year 2 awarded Silver Gilt Tatton Park RHS flower show 2012
Fast Growing Evergreens for Quick Privacy This is good information.....They love water and grow super fast
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KimmiJ, HubPages Author HOME Fast Growing Evergreens for Quick Privacy Carolina Sapphire Fast Growing Privacy Screen Trees We used to have a home that was surrounded by bad neighbors. They were loud, they were hanging Rebel Flag banners from porches and in windows. We needed a privacy screen and we needed it fast. Financially, our only option was to plant one. We discovered a fast growing evergreen tree called the Carolina Sapphire. And let me tell you, it grows like you wouldn't believe! The Carolina Sapphire is a type of cedar. The bluish evergreen foliage smells almost lemony. It can be sheared into formal shapes (it's becoming a well known Christmas Tree) or left natural to form thick, impermeable barriers to traffic and noise pollution. It's also deer resistant. We bought several tiny trees in liners. These are the small plastic pots that are about 3 inches across. The trees themselves were about 10 - 12 inches tall. We planted them 10 feet apart. Now, this type of tree LOVES water. The more, the better. We have been under drought conditions for a long time so daily watering was not an option. We took cheap disposable diapers and soaked them in water. (Just fill up a wheel barrow or large bucket with water and drop the diapers in, 5 or 6 at a time.) Then, in the same wheel barrow, we added 1/2 cup of Miracle Grow for evergreens and azaleas and enough peat moss to make a thick paste. (You may need to add a little more water at this point.) In each planting hole we chucked in one cup of the fertilizer and peat moss mixture, dropped in one diaper, cut open a little along the water logged part, planted the little tree, covered with soil, a 2x2 feet section of landscaping fabric and about 3 inches of mulch. When the last tree was planted we set up soaker hoses and watered the trees for about two hours. The trees were watered with just the soaker hoses once a week for 3 weeks. And that's all we ever did for them. That spring and summer, the trees grew about 2 feet. I later discovered that a tree will only begin to grow well after it has been planted for as long as it is old. So the seedlings that we planted were, say 8 months old. It would take them 8 months to begin to really grow at the rate they are capable. This is true for any tree. (So, don't pay too much for the larger landscaping trees. The small ones at a lower price will yield a tree that is the same height after the same amount of time.) The next year, these same trees grew another 5 - 7 feet! Without any additional anything! At 3 years old, the trees had formed a great privacy screen, thick and tall and topped out at between 15 and 20 feet. No kidding! The only downsides to this tree, as far as I know, is that they can grow so fast that they become top heavy. If you see one beginning to lean, just plant a couple of metal T posts near it and tie it up with wide, soft rope. This will stabalize it and make it grow straight as the roots have a chance to grow and anchor it. This may take a few years, so be patient and keep an eye on the rope to make sure it isn't digging into the trunk of the tree. This happend to about 2% of the trees we planted. The other dowside is something called "bud worms" that notoriously feed on cedar trees. They look almost like pinecones, hanging from the tips of branches. Pull them off by hand - they can't hurt you and at that stage they're still in the cocoon stage, anyway. You can try spraying the trees in very early spring with an insecticide but that wasn't practical for us. The bud worms can kill a tree within days if not removed at the cocoon stage. We noticed that the bud worms tend to congregate on one tree, like a colony. Makes sense, I guess, as one egg layer was probably responsible for most of them. The bud worm season is short, though, so once you pull them off you can relax. We dropped the cocoons into a plastic milk jug, capped the top and left them in a sunny spot for several days. They have to be destroyed, not just dropped onto the ground when plucked from the tree. Other than those two relatively minor nusances, the trees are so worth the time and energy in planting them. You can find them through reputable mail order companies by typing in Carolina Sapphire Wholesale into a search. The liners are usually $3 or less, each. As I recall, shipping for 25 trees was $12 or so.
Fast Growing Evergreens for Quick Privacy This is good information.....They love water and grow super fast. Carolina Sapphire. Sound perfect.
recycle a large old tire to make a pond. stella idea?
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fish pond using old tractor tire and plastic
DIY Tractor Tire Garden Pond | Home Water Features
DIY: Tractor Tire Garden Pond ~ this has been floating around Facebook and now Pinterest. What a wonderful way to recycle old tires! I love this and you can use any size tires for this project. Some put fish in it too! There's quite a few instructions on this 'tire pond' idea but here's a link for detailed, pictorial instructions from another site: http://www.instructables.com/id/Fish-pond-from-tractor-or-car-tires/. Nice!
Here's a simple DIY project to make a little garden pond using an old tractor tire. If you don't have access to an old tire, check craigslist, oftentimes people are THRILLED to get rid of them for Free!
Weird things you Did not Know you Could compost. - 100% cotton balls Used Matches Used Tissues Paper Towels Wine Corks Peanut shells Used Tea bags Used Coffee Grounds DON' THROW AWAY ♥ thegardeningcook....
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Weird things you Did not Know you Could compost. - 100% cotton balls Used Matches Used Tissues Paper Towels Wine Corks Peanut shells Used Tea bags Used Coffee Grounds
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Weird Things That You Can Compost. - Anyone who has a compost pile knows that you need a mix of green and brown materials for the pile to cook well.
solar light fixture from two glass insulators