Planter's Yardstick - a four-inch-wide, four-foot-long board. create a beveled edge on one long side. Along the other long edge, cut alternating deep and shallow notches at 6-inch intervals. When planting seeds or setting out young plants, press the beveled edge into the earth to make a furrow. Then lay the board on its side, and use the notches to help you space the seeds and seedlings evenly Gardens Ideas, Yard Sticks, Good Things, Martha Stewart Home, Gardens Tools, Vegetables Gardens, Planters Yardstick, Plants Seeds, Gardens Growing
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Tiled Planter Box to match the kitchen backsplash! I want the planter to have a "lid" though on hinges with holes between each side of the boards for the plant to go through - so the cat can't get to the dirt!
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