DIY PLANTERS :: Making Hypertufa Pots Tutorial :: Hypertufa is a stonelike material that mimics a type of rock. Make flower pots (or balls/pillars) in any shape & size w/ just THREE INGREDIENTS!!! She shows you her method & here is Matha Stewart's method (w/ patterns on the outside & different shapes): www.marthastewart... & one more method w/ GOOD TIPS: www.itsnotworkits...

DIY PLANTERS :: Making Hypertufa Pots Tutorial :: Hypertufa is a stonelike material that mimics a type of rock. Make flower pots (or balls/pillars) in any shape & size w/ just THREE INGREDIENTS! She shows you her method.

Beautiful Shade Plantings~ I like the combination of the coleus and hosta planted under the tree. ** Photos shared are  by  Susan Libertiny from allaboutmygarden.com

Shade Garden Design Plans shade gardens Colorful Shade Garden Ideas For Front Yard Shade Plants Are Hard To Remember What They Are When Youre At The Plant Stores This Is Good Info

DIY Moss: Coat pots or rocks with super easy recipe: 1 Part Moss. 1 Part Sugar. 2 Parts Beer.

DIY Moss for the Garden. Blend up 1 Part Moss, 1 Part Sugar, 2 Parts Beer. pour or brush over pots, stone or pavers & moss will grow! Aah, read the post. via DIY Backyard Gardening

3 gallons for around $4.00 Worked better than Round Up killed the weeds/stray grass on first application. One gallon of APPLE CIDER VINEGAR, 1/2 c table salt, 1 tsp Dawn. Mix and pour into a smaller spray bottle.

I tried this last year: it works! How to make an inexpensive non-toxic homemade weed killer to control weeds in your garden: 1 gallon of white vinegar cup salt Liquid dish soap (any brand) Empty spray bottle

Hypertufa Planter

Hyperturfa : or Cement Planters : DIY : How to :: Make the form for the walls of a rectangular planter by centering a smaller box inside a larger one

A chicken tunnel (chunnel). Run it around your garden for pest control. I want chickens! And goats!

Suburban Homesteading: Introducing our Chunnel: the chicken tunnel. Mom does dad want a chicken tunnel?

papercrete - similar to hypertufa but uses shredded paper instead of the peat moss. Proportions are 2 parts Portland Cement, 2 parts (dry volume) finely shredded paper loosely packed, & 2-3 parts sand or perlite. Papercrete has a fairly smooth consistency & paper fibers make it easy to shape. It takes a little more water than hypertufa. When ready to use, it should be very thick & hold its shape when squeezed into a ball.

Papercrete: Proportions are 2 parts Portland Cement, 2 parts (dry volume) finely shredded paper loosely packed, & parts sand or perlite. Papercrete has a fairly smooth consistency & paper fibers make it easy to shape. When ready t

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