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    Kiddy pools as raised beds- inexpensive way to recycle old pools this makes me feel foolish for spending so much on planters...

    Good article on Coleus (my new favorite for containers) including care, how to take cuttings in the fall and grow indoors over the winter, shaping

    That is a good idea, use two tall pots with a board across for a potting bench, serving board, bar

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    glass plate glued to the PVC piping

    attach threaded nut to back of scrap art so that you can thread a rod and display vertically in the garden

    give clouded over solar cells a coating of clear nail polish so the sun can recharge the battery again on your solar lights

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    Beach Wine..pampered chef has this!!

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    Horsetail and creeping jenny - very compatible, they both like it wet. This kind of plant combination is fairly easy to maintain because it doesn't need a drain hole in the pot and you can fill it with many days worth of water, even in hot weather.

    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. Awesome!

    For my herb garden, I use a $7.00 fabric shoe rack. It hangs on the fence right next to my grill. The fabric keeps the plants moist, but ca...