Hate weeding try this!

Alternative Gardning: How to Turn a Pallet into a Garden

Pallet garden!!! So doing!

DYI Pallet Vertical Herb Garden: Most of us live in narrow and really limited living space and cannot afford a garden place. To feel the greenery and pure nature so close even you are living in a compartments, we have some great pallet garden bed for you. We have reclaimed DIY pallet vertical herb garden by using some rustic pallet skids lying in our backyard for nothing. This came up with as a very thrifty and adorable way to get a chic garden place.

This garden is filled with easy-to-grow veggies.

make a pallet wood walkway for your garden, diy, flowers, gardening, landscapes, pallet, repurposing upcycling, Here s a picture from year 2 It held up as if it s still brand new

How to make a strawberry pallet planter | Gardening

The recycling and repurposing possibilities are endless! | Just Imagine - Daily Dose of Creativity

Recycle and Re-purpose - Pallet garden.

Check out this super easy Raised bed garden design! And you can put little flowers in the cinder block holes as a cute, colorful border too!

pallet garden

How To Make A Pallet Garden - Pallets are being used for all kinds of things these days indoors and out. Here is a pallet garden from the very resourceful Mavis over at onehundreddollarsamonth.com. Mavis shares her steps in creating her pallet garden.

Perfect Pallet Project 8 strawberry planter

Raised garden beds how to - Finley and Oliver

Tiered Garden Bed - pretty for back yard

Turning an old dresser into a raised garden bed! - awesome idea, although my old dresser is pretty dern ugly. Don't know if I would even want it in my back yard! Paint could help though.

Using an old pallet as a wall garden for the side of your house. I love this idea for small spaces.

DIY: Simple Tips for Growing Your Own Vegetable Garden: Remodelista

Why don't I ever think of these things? DIY Mini Green House - use a trimmed, clean upturned drink bottle to create humidity while raising seeds. Easy to grow micro greens or herbs on a sunny windowsill this way + keep plastic out of landfill. Trim sprouted seedlings with scissors & add to salads or transplant outdoors when mature. | The Micro Gardener