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  • Kim Inge

    cover 5 gallon buckets with burlap and twine, adorable herb garden idea. Great way to make my container garden a little more pretty!

  • Pamela Rader

    Container gardening with 5 gallon buckets covered in burlap and secured with twine.

  • Margaret Anderson

    5 gallon buckets covered in burlap twine. Yay!

  • Sandy Eaton Paolella

    Planters: Cover 5 gallon buckets with burlap and twine. Cute.

  • Karen Long

    brilliant...looks so much better than a plastic bucket! Cover 5 gal buckets with burlap and twine.

  • Mary Swanson

    Way prettier than a bucket! Covering 5 gallon buckets with burlap and twine good idea for tomato plants

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Cover 5 gallon buckets with burlap and twine for a super awesome look! Interesting idea for those without garden space. Make sure you punch holes in the bottom for drainage.

They always tell you to grow tomatoes in 5 gallon buckets - cover the buckets in burlap and theyre no longer an eyesore

Start seedlings in an egg shell and, when ready, plant the entire thing. The egg shells will naturally compost providing valuable nutrients to your plants.

  • Judy Giese

    Wondering if you can plant herbs like this also?

  • Stephanie Aita

    This will be a fun project for my kids to do!

  • Kathy Yandura

    The egg shells really get soft and compost? I never thought about doing this. well, we add egg shell to a compost pile, so why not this?? lol!

  • lila

    super idée, ce sont des pépins de citron je suppose.

  • monica garcia

    Love it! Good for the plant and the enviroment!!!!

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Something to do with my husbands hundreds of 5 gallon buckets that are in the garage! Growing tomatoes | growing tomatoes upside down!

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DYI covering 5 gallon buckets with burlap and twine!

Multiply your store bought sweet potatoes - place 1 sweet potatoes in a bucket of moist soil. As slips (shouts) appear, pull out place them six at a time into 20 gallon buckets. Wait 4 months, dump bucket, get 3 to 4 gallons of organic homegrown sweet potatoes per bucket.