milk jug watering can

diy recycled milk jug watering can Natural and Thrifty in Recycled Watering Jug

stone walk

if you sprinkle baking soda on the dirt twice a year, nothing will grow there. Sprinkle baking soda twice a year on dirt and nothing with grow there

A wire hanger, a slinky, and some peanuts.

A wire hanger, a slinky, and some peanuts Oh yeah and one hungry bluejay. Should bluejays be eating peanuts? Clever usage of a SLINKY though!

castle

Create a Magical Miniature Garden

A stone castle almost as sturdy as its full-size counterpart for your yard or garden. Creative crafts lovers might be able to build their own castles; otherwise, check fairy garden specialty websites for intricate accessories such as this.

taking rose cuttings

The SECRET to propagating roses is said to be the "potato"! TIP: Before planting rose cuttings, push the bottom end into a small potato, which keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but apparently it works really well.

planters from pavers...

Easy Paver Planter__DIY concrete planter box All you need are a few - pavers, landscape-block adhesive, and a little time. Wait 24 hours for everything to cure and you're ready to move your new planters into place and fill them with dirt and greenery.

milk jug watering can

diy recycled milk jug watering can Natural and Thrifty in Recycled Watering Jug

strawberries in cinder blocks.

"""Put strawberry plants in concrete blocks edging a garden."""" --------->Put plants that naturally repell garden pests like marigolds? Also, cinderblock beds a good idea for around fence. Maybe use concrete stain to make them more natural looking?

Still going strong: Pensioner David Latimer from Cranleigh, Surrey, with his bottle garden that was first planted 53 years ago and has not been watered since 1972 - yet continues to thrive in its sealed environment

Thriving since 1960, my garden in a bottle: Seedling sealed in its own ecosystem and watered just once in 53 years

David Latimer from Cranleigh, Surrey, with his bottle garden that was first planted 53 years ago and has not been watered since 1972 - yet continues to thrive in its sealed environment. The bottle garden has created its own miniature ecosystem.

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