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Make a Planting Calendar. Track what to plant each month with a simple ribbon organizer. Each ribbon represents a different month; use clothespins to attach seed packets that need planting during the month.

Ladder becomes Herb Garden border from songbirdblog.com

Use an old wooden ladder to divide up planting space in your garden. Smart and stylish! I did this for my herb garden. Just picked up an old extension ladder from someones trash pile on the curb (I asked first!), the put it in the garden.

Homemade Strawberry Planter Tree Project    http://thehomesteadsurvival.com/homemade-strawberry-planter-tree-project/#.UQNb1Wc72Sk

DIY Strawberry Planter Here is great project for the handy gardener. What a clever way to grow strawberries or whatever in a small space. Keep the planter on the deck or patio for convenient access…

A hanging system on the back of the shed door.  Need to do this for our tiny garden closet.

Organize Your Shed For storing everyday garden and home tools, wood lattice is even handier than a basic trellis. Choose a heavy-duty variety, sold in sheets at hardware stores and lumberyards, and screw it onto a door using spacers. Then hang implements

start seedlings in eggshells then plant right into garden!

Many items can be reused and repurposed for seed starting containers. Empty cardboard egg cartons, and even egg shells themselves make great little seed starting pots - and can be popped right into the garden at planting time!

Punch holes in the plastic instruction tabs that come with your plants and put on a binder ring. "I got a package of rings and a hole punch at Target (surprise!) for about $3."

Here's a great idea from the Garden Geeks. Punch holes in the plastic instruction tabs that come with your plants and put on a binder ring. Now as long as you can keep track of the binder ring.

Homestead Revival: Why You Should Add Flowers To Your Vegetable Garden

Homestead Revival: Adding Flowers To The Vegetable Garden Flowers That Repel Garden Pests Flowers Attract Beneficial Insects Flowers Attract Pollinators

Wooden spoon garden markers.  Good basic idea, I would paint the spoons, or decoupage a design and label into them to make them more interesting...

Plant labels made from a bag of dollar store wooden spoons! you could use a wood burner pen if you have one to write the names on the spoons.

Plant Buddies...guide for want to plant next to each other in the garden

Plant Buddies and Pest Control Plants. A guide on what to plant next to each other and which flowers keep certain bugs away.

to hold up protective netting,,,small jar is great idea to prevent stake from going through

To hold up protective garden netting,,,small jar/ plant pot is great idea to prevent stake from going through

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