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Strawberry Pyramid. Build a pyramid planter for your strawberries. Each hole in the concrete block will hold more than enough soil for a strawberry plant. Wooden pyramid options I've seen waste too much soil under unused space. Once the plants grow in you will have a nice strawberry terrace effect. If you just make a border of blocks and don't terrace out the center, fill it with soil to plant some herbs or veggies. - Love it! This is the closest I have seen to what I want!

Great idea: Use a lemon, orange or a grapefruit to start your seedlings. Plant the entire thing in the ground and the peels will compost directly into the soil to nourish the plants as they grow.

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All About Composting: Learn how to compost from Gardener's Supply

Compost bin made from block or brick "Lay the blocks, with or without mortar, leaving spaces between each block to permit aeration. Form three sides of a 3-to 4-foot square, roughly 3 to 4 feet high."

Gravel around the foundation for drainage, plant shrubs along to help soak up water. Like the idea of the large rock to prevent erosion from the water spicket. Maybe a few cool pots or barrels with plants too? I like :)

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Landscape, waterfall,pond,path,slope

Nice. Concrete cinder blocks topped with cheap concrete pavers. Looks great ... couldn't be easier.

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Companion Planting

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Curb Appeal on a Dime

Improve the look of your backyard by repeating the same colors, shapes, or plant varieties. More landscaping tips:

Outdoor DIY Project: Lay Down A Recycled Brick Path ... Doing this using bricks from my grandparents' chimney that is being removed this summer!!