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Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. use baking soda around all of the edges of flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. Do this twice a year - spring and fall.

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How to edge flowerbeds like a pro! via

How to edge flower beds like a pro | Funky Junk Interiors

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100 Expert Gardening Tips, Ideas and Projects that Every Gardener Should...

Plant a Mosquito Control container so you can sit and unwind in the evenings without dousing in DEET

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10 Uses for Your Dead Christmas Tree

Cut the trunk of your Christmas tree into discs to edge flower beds or walkways. This Old House has 9 more reuse ideas for your Christmas tree.

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DIY Concrete Landscape Edging

DIY Concrete Landscape Edging - this would be perfect for the path we're wanting to put in!

Collect large stones or rocks from various vacations and circle round your tree. Maybe, w/ permanent marker, write date and location on the bottom.

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Landscape Edging: 10 Easy Ways to Set Your Garden Beds Apart

Lightstone Landscape Edging - Landscape Edging - Bob Vila

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Inexpensive Landscaping Ideas

Inexpensive Landscaping Ideas --- really great ideas from lots of resources (from plants at a yard sale to construction sites and more)

Like the look of these over typical trellis for vertical growing. perfect for small gardens where there isn't much space - grow upwards instead of out! - I like the idea of zig zag raised beds :)

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The Best Fertilizer for Plants

The secret to insane planter growth. I definitely plan to give this a try. Even I can't mess this up!