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Seed Starting Pots From Newspaper -

I love this idea... This really makes me miss my gardens in the midwest...

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Cut strips of newspaper and 'glue' seeds at the correct distance apart using a mixture of flour and water. Once dry, plant directly in your garden and cover with soil and water. Great for small seeds like carrots and lettuce. Kids love it!

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How to Make Sturdy Recycled Newspaper Pots

Recycled newspaper pots - wish I would have seen this a month ago!


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great idea! Pallet deck and garden

Plastic milk jug into handy scoop for potting soil & other yard work.

Milk Crate Container growing for small spaces. "To stay true to the "air-pot" concept we needed the liner to be breathable; landscaping fabric was the obvious choice. A roll of landscaping fabric commonly comes in a 3' x 50' roll which is enough to make 24 milk crate liners."

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Used coffee grounds can keep ants away. Plus, they can get rid of odors, stimulate your potted plants, and more, making them worth holding onto.

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Toilet Paper Roll Seed Starters

OH idea to recycle AND start my seeds? YES PLEASE! If I cant get a newspaper pot maker this is plan b!

That is so cool. Saves space and utilizes pallets at the same time. Would work well for strawberries too. Any vining plant would be great to get off the ground. vertical pallet gardening | south africa

Do this in the fall. Spring bulbs in Pots: store the potted bulbs in an unheated garage or storage room. You'll need to water every few weeks since the pots won't have access to rainfall. In addition to small pots, pack bulbs "shoulder-to-shoulder" in big containers for an abundant display in spring. Toss aside the spacing recommendations so you can get as many bulbs into the container that will fit.

ok- now we're talking, PVC pipe structure with potted plants (squash or cucumbers) growing on it. You can walk under to pick. Nothing on the ground to get buggy or fungus, and you control your soil. Nice.

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How To: Self-Watering Seed Starter Pots

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