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Cute idea for the grandkids


Love this idea instead of decking for the new house

Building a Raised Garden Bed

Glow in the dark bubbles...need to try this.

Penny Ball for the garden. Pennies in the garden repel slugs and make hydrangeas blue.

Knockout roses and hostas planted along fence

Used plastic planters instead of clay because of the weight...... Gotta make one for front porch now.

How to grow strawberries vertically with a PVC pipe support system. The instructions on this site are well-written. No heating/re-molding of the PVC pipe is required. PVC pipe can be painted. Lightly sand the pipe, paint with primer (Kiltz or Zinsser 1-2-3) to cover up any writing on the pipe and seal it, the spray with plastic spraypaint (Krylon Fusion).

Birdcage with flowers

Great for left over baby mattress! Soo need to remember this!!!


When to start what.

How cool!

Homemade Wasp Trap

2-liter bottle upside down tomato planter

Lay down a thick layer of CARDBOARD in your raised garden beds to kill the grass. It is perfectly safe to use and will fully decompose, but not before killing any grass below it. They’ll also provide compost and food for worms.

Pinner said: tulip bulbs grown indoors 1.fill cotainer 1/3 full with stones/marbles bulb pointed end up 3.add few more stones for bulb support dont cover bulb 4.fill with water to just the very base of the bulb no more so dont cause rot -make sure gets at least 6 hrs of sunlight a day. can plant in soil; make sure to put them in water a few days before planting so the roots can grow

Growing Vegetables Plants from Kitchen Scraps! - celery scraps growing roots and new stalks. One way is to use kitchen scraps to grow plants! Yes a lot of foods you disregard as not edible and/or trash can in fact grow into a plant and give you more fruits and vegetables! It is an alternative way of growing a vegetable garden then growing from seed or buying a bunch of plants.

rustic centerpiece

Grow Pineapple in Doors

buggy birdfeeders

Dream backyard kitchen!

Re-growing celery...gotta try it

can't wait to refinish my outdoor fireplace/seating area.