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If you wanted to get really artsy you could paint the cinder blocks or even do a bit of mosaics on them before starting your garden too! We started out used plastic spoons and a sharpie marker to write what we were growing but later ended up painted some beautiful rocks to display what is growing where! That’s it! How easy is that! She is so incredibly proud of her garden and she can’t wait to see the fruits of our labor.

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Okra have to be planted late in the spring or early summer when the ground is warm. it should then be thinned so the seedling are spaced 12 to 18 inches apart. it grows very fast and should be harvested frequently While still tender. Harvesting every few days will prevent hardness.

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55 GENIUS New Ways to Use Everyday Things

Parmesan Cheese Shaker: Clean it out, then fill it up with your preferred granular plant fertilizer for an easy way to feed your garden. Great idea!

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Butterfly nectar Finally, mix up some butterfly nectar (1/4 cup sugar, 1 cup water, 3-4 drops of red food coloring) and pour it into your bottle. Tie on some string and hang your feeder outside near some flowering plants!

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