Embellished Flower Pots | Apartment Therapy  --  Clever way to add style and label your potted plants!  Finally, a use for chalkboard paint I could be convinced to use.

Embellished Flower Pots | Apartment Therapy -- Clever way to add style and label your potted plants! Finally, a use for chalkboard paint I could be convinced to use.

Talk about eye-catching, this idea from Horticult will make a definite statement on an apartment balcony.  See how they did it »   - HouseBeautiful.com

Talk about eye-catching, this idea from Horticult will make a definite statement on an apartment balcony. See how they did it » - HouseBeautiful.com

How to grow tulip bulbs in a vase. Fill water in the vase to just under the bottom of the bulbs. You do not want the water to touch the base of the bulbs. Place in a room with bright, indirect sunlight and watch the bulbs grow! Roots will work their way down through the glass beads into the water.

How to grow tulip bulbs in a vase. Fill water in the vase to just under the bottom of the bulbs. You do not want the water to touch the base of the bulbs. Place in a room with bright, indirect sunlight and watch the bulbs grow! Roots will work their way down through the glass beads into the water.

Sweeten your tomatoes by sprinkling baking soda on the soil around your tomato plants. - Click image to find more Gardening Pinterest pins

Sweeten your tomatoes by sprinkling baking soda on the soil around your tomato plants. - Click image to find more Gardening Pinterest pins

I like this it came from http://www.vegetablegardener.com/item/12278/5-great-reasons-to-grow-vegetables-vertically.  I could not find instructions, however a close look at the unit shows burlap or something similar holding the dirt, and moisture, and that seems to be it. Even if you just used it to hold small pots of herbs, it's still a good idea for small space gardening.

I like this it came from http://www.vegetablegardener.com/item/12278/5-great-reasons-to-grow-vegetables-vertically. I could not find instructions, however a close look at the unit shows burlap or something similar holding the dirt, and moisture, and that seems to be it. Even if you just used it to hold small pots of herbs, it's still a good idea for small space gardening.

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