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Concrete planter diy | Woonblog
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2 size paper cups + quick drying cement --- Concrete planter diy | Woonblog
Cement pots and succulents.
DIY cement planters ~ perfect for some succulents
Concrete Plant Jars (picture by Woonblog)
DIY: Plantenpotjes van cement - woonblog
DIY: Plantenpotjes van cement - woonblog
Lemongrass: Repels fleas, ticks and mosquitoes. Plant in pots and place on your porch or patio.
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Mosquitoes | Lemongrass repels mosquitoes. Plant in pots on your porch or patio.
5 Easy to Grow Mosquito-Repellingn Plants. (other good links at the bottom of the page, too) Garden Ideas
Plants that repel mosquitos~ Lemongrass~ a must for the front and back yards!
Citronella grass is a natural mosquito repellent. I don't have a green thumb but if I did....!!!!
MOSQUITO REPELLING PLANTS: Citronella, Horsemint, Marigolds, Ageratum, Catnip, Lemon Eucalyptus, Cinnamon, Castor, Rosemary, Lemongrass, Cedar, Peppermint, Clove, Geranium, Verbena, Pennyroyal, Lavender, Basil, Thyme, & Garlic. *NOTE: Citronella AKA West Indian lemongrass, is a tall plant & the source for citronella oil. Catnip is said to be10 times more effective than DEET in repelling mosquitoes. Cascading Geranium, will flow over its pot & add a pungent floral scent.
Lemongrass to repel mosquitoes. Considering I hate bugs, this is a great idea!
DIY Projects: Watch this Step by Step Video Tutorial on How To Make a Succulent Garden for your Home.
DIY recirculating water fountain - actually looks really easy and cheap (unlike all the ones that just say they are)
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Spruce up Your Outdoor Space with a DIY Recirculating Fountain! (tutorial)
DIY garden fountain
DIY recirculating water fountain, the only water feature I want in my garden.
DIY recirculating water fountain Front yard where everything dies....
recirculating water fountain (DIY Tutorial)
Make a DIY Recirculating Fountain
Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower
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Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower with annuals. Maybe on front porch?
Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower with Annuals # vertical gardening ideas # layered flowers
Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower... possible herb garden?
Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower with Annuals. Paint the flower pots to match the color scheme of your house and to give it a cute look.
Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower with potting plants
Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower with Annuals
Grasses & Succulents | Grasses and succulents have great textural contrast. 'Amazon Mist’ sedge grass combines wonderfully with creeping sedum and purple echeveria in this planting.
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85 Creative Container Gardens | Grasses -Grasses and succulents have great textural contrast. 'Amazon Mist’ sedge grass combines wonderfully with creeping sedum and purple echeveria in this planting.
100 Container Gardening Ideas | Grasses & Succulents | SouthernLiving.com sedge grass
Grasses & Succulents | Spectacular Container Gardening Ideas - Southern Living
southern style landscaping ideas | 100 Container Gardening Ideas
Grasses & Succulents
Mixed Succulents | A living arrangement of succulents demands little care and will last for years. The color of these containers brings out the colors in the plants.
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Mixed Succulents A living arrangement of succulents demands little care and will last for years. The color of these containers brings out the colors in the plants.The colored glass in the bottom tier makes the plants pop! ...100 Creative Container Gardens #garden design ideas #garden design| http://garden-design-478.blogspot.com
Succulent #garden decorating before and after #modern garden design #garden interior
Mixed Succulents - Spectacular Container Gardening Ideas - Southern Living
A Dozen Fun Ways to Plant Hen & Chicks (Sempervivum)
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Cute idea for a succulent garden... Maybe use a painted or vintage-y muffin pan?
Kitchen Fairy Garden I Just so love this muffin tin of succulents. Amazing
Organized Clutter: A Dozen Fun Ways to Plant Hen & Chicks (Sempervivum)
Herb garden idea!
DIY: Small Space Vegetable Garden
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DIY: Small Space Vegetable Garden. Idea for patio herb garden...
Wine box garden. DIY: Small Space Vegetable Garden
I love this wine box garden idea for herbs and salad greens I'd want closer to the house than the veggie garden.
DIY: Small Space Vegetable Garden : One clever way to literally go-green, wine crates + garden.
How to Make a Terrarium
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Coming up next Tuesday, a GreenThumb Permaculture Workshop on how to create a DIY Terrarium Herb Garden! Tuesday November 26th at 4:30pm in the Creative Centre. Space is limited to 15 people so register now! To register, visit the information desk at the Creative Centre or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A well designed terrarium takes the romance of an outdoor garden & downsizes it to a container.
herb terrarium; sustainability, reduce, reuse, recycle
cute pot tower
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I have a ton of old flower pots . . . could do this. (-: With little palm trees?? Must be something that doesn't need a lot of water, or close to a hose. Clay pot flower tower! :) (Feb. '12)
ooo! Pretty garden idea! Use a strong garden stake, or a piece of rebar from your home and garden store. Get several clay pots (with single drainage hole at bottom). Slide the biggest pot onto stake, tilt until the side touches the stake. Repeat tilting opposite way every other pot.
Herb Garden? Use a strong garden stake, or a piece of rebar from your home and garden store. Get several clay pots (with single drainage hole at bottom). Slide the biggest pot onto stake, tilt until the side touches the stake. Repeat tilting opposite way every other pot.
Neat herb garden idea - Potting Tree. Weave the pole through the watering hole in the bottom of each Terra Cotta pot. Fabulous.
Stack of Flower Pots Use a strong garden stake, or a piece of rebar from your home and garden store. Get several clay pots, the kind with the hole in the center of the bottom. Start at ground level with the biggest pot. Tilt it until the side touches the stake. Repeat tilting opposite way every other pot. Fill pots with soil and your favorite plants! *Update: Best to use rebar – (for strength) and hammer it into the ground- you don’t want your pots leaning or falling over.*
Mosquito repelling plants for my patio!
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Good idea for back porch! MOSQUITO REPELLING PLANTS Citronella, Lemon Eucalyptus, Cinnamon, Castor, Rosemary, Lemongrass, Cedar, Peppermint, Clove, Geranium, Verbena, Pennyroyal, Lavender, Basil, Thyme, and Garlic Front porch and backyard These would make my life so much easier!
YES!!!! Was looking for mosquito repelling plants A trio of lush potted plants will have you saying good-bye to bug spray! Citronella, or West Indian lemongrass, is a tall plant and the source for citronella oil. Catnip is said to be 10 times more effective than DEET in repelling mosquitoes. Cascading Geranium, another bug repelling plant, will cascade over its pot and add a delicate floral scent to your garden.
Natural mosquito repelling plants for the front porch and back patio.
MOSQUITO REPELLING PLANTS: Citronella, Lemon Eucalyptus, Cinnamon, Castor, Rosemary, Lemongrass, Cedar, Peppermint, Clove, Geranium, Verbena, Pennyroyal, Lavender, Basil, Thyme, and Garlic Front porch and backyard These would make my life so much easier! #plants #patio #garden #repellents #mosquitos
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Container garden... This would be perfect under the tree in my front yard.
Shade-Loving Container Garden Plan Brighten a shady spot by grouping an assortment of potted plants underneath a tree.
Shade Loving Container Garden: A cluster of shade plants in containers. Here: coleus, foxtail fern, dragon wing begonias, impatiens.
How to antique and grow moss pots (Tutorial)
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Grow Moss on flower pots or concrete statuary. A project for I would like to try.
How to grow moss on terracotta pots - amazing!
How to antique and grow moss pots (Tutorial) Adding Moss Works Best On Terra Cotta Stone or Concrete Containers Stone or Concrete Sculptures There are 2 ways to go about doing this. Both ways work really well, so choose one that best suits your tastes. Moss requires an acidic environment to grow, which can be developed by painting a pot with buttermilk or yogurt, that's why both recipes below have one or the other. Recipe 1: Collect mosses either from around your yard or a friends or neighbors (you can also buy moss spores at a garden store) Finely chop the moss up (or sprinkle in the moss spores into the mix below if you purchased them) Allow the moss bits to dry up for a couple of days (if you collected them yourself) Then mix together in a large bucket or bowl: 1 cup flour 2 cups buttermilk 2 packages active dry yeast 2 tablespoons corn syrup 1-1 1/2 cups dried, crumbled moss Once the above is mixed together, put the bucket in full sun for three days. When the mixture is good and smelly, brush it generously with a paintbrush on the outsides of your clay pots. Then wrap the pots in plastic wrap and put them in partial sun. In two weeks the pots will start to grow mold, and by eight weeks the pots will be nice and furry with moss, and looking very antique and old. Recipe 2: Blend pieces of dried moss or purchased moss spores into 2 cups yogurt or buttermilk Paint onto your pot with a paintbrush Put your pot into a plastic bag to create a humid environment for the moss to develop Set the pot and bag in a cool, shady spot until the moss begins to form, which will be about 10 days Make sure to plant the container so you will be watering it regularly, which will keep the moss alive and growing
Antique Your Clay Pots And Add Fall Color! and grow moss pots (Tutorial)
potted ponds: mini water garden oasis...cute!
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Build a mini water garden oasis! LOVE this! Can't wait to do it...also add to EK fairy garden ideas....
Love the water fountain and mini water garden oasis.
potted ponds: mini water garden oasis...
Bucket Fountain The soothing sound of water is a lovely accessory in any garden. Even if you don’t have room for a majestic pond, you can create your own small-scale oasis in a container. The tiniest trickle will reduce ambient noise and significantly increase your enjoyment of an urban patio, balcony or rooftop garden. The plants Advertisement Corkscrew rush (Juncus effusus ‘Spiralis’): A marginal water plant, meaning it can be grown either at the edge of or in a pond but still in soil, this unusually shaped rush reaches 60 centimetres tall and does best in sun or part shade. Make sure you’re not buying J. balticus ‘Spiralis’, which is less upright and has a tendency to spread. Zone 4 Dwarf or miniature cattail (Typha minima): Another marginal plant, it reaches up to 45 centimetres tall and grows best in sun or part shade. Zone 3 Chameleon plant (Houttuynia cordata ‘Chameleon’): A marginal plant that produces white flowers in early summer, it must be planted in a perennial bed and mulched to successfully overwinter. It reaches 15 centimetres tall, does well in sun or part shade and tends to spread. Zone 5 Needle rush hair grass or spike rush (Eleocharis acicularis): A marginal as well as an oxygenating plant (essential for the survival of fish), this North American native grows to about 30 centimetres tall and does best in sun or part shade. Zone 3 Fairy moss (Azolla caroliniana and A. filiculoides): This tiny moss (one to three centimetres across) floats on the surface of the water. The green fronds turn red in fall; the plant spreads rapidly. Overwinter indoors; native to North America. Tub time (shown above) A large, galvanized-steel tub (30 centi-metres deep, 46 centimetres square) serves as the base for this water feature. The pump was installed on the bottom, then covered with a plastic pot. A trick I learned from Canadian Gardening’s previous editor, Beckie Fox, is to use a piece of gridded plastic (the type that’s installed over fluorescent lighting) as a foundation for the top layer of stones. I added a variety of larger sizes (not pebbles) and finished it off with a flat slab of slate, which forms the ledge over which the stream of water runs. Pump primer To make these potted ponds, I used a 95 GPH pump (GPH stands for gallons per hour). Although 95 GPH may sound like a lot, it’s one of the smallest sizes on the market and is only appropriate for containers. Here’s the formula for calculating the volume of your pond or container using imperial measurements: length x width x depth (all in feet) will give you the cubic feet of a rectangular container. Multiply this by 7.5 to obtain the number of U.S. gallons. The galvanized-steel tub used in Tub time measures one foot deep by 11⁄2 feet square: 1 x 1.5 x 1.5 x 7.5 = 16.88 U.S. gallons. To calculate the size of the pump needed, divide the total number of gallons by two, which means you would only need an 8 GPH pump for a container this size. But that’s just the beginning. The size of the container can also influence the strength of pump required. The longer the tubing from the pump to the water output, the more GPH is needed to keep the water moving. A waterfall entails its own set of calculations, as distance from water pump to water output can be significant. For the best advice and information on selecting a water pump, visit a retailer that specializes in water gardens. Installing water plants To install water plants, remove them from the plastic containers they're sold in, wrap the soil and roots in burlap, then place in small mesh baskets (specifically made for water plants and available at most garden centres). Cover the top with pea gravel (this will keep the soil down). Remember to check the pump's filter periodically, as this is where residual soil will collect. The smaller the pump, the smaller the filter and the more frequently it needs to be cleaned out.
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window box - plant a rainbow
.#window #boxes #gardening #plants #flowers
Colorful flower boxes
💙I want to plant a "Rainbow"! Beautiful color combo.
Deck Planter Boxes. Love it ... calibrachoa, kangaroo vine, and not to sure about the yellow plant, lantana ??
window box awesome color combinations photo only no website
planting schemes for containers and gardens
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Ideas for Spring Summer planters, Autumn Winter planters,herb garden ideas, annual and perennial garden ideas...lots of good ideas on this site.
planting schemes for containers and gardens. Great container garden ideas.
Lots of potted plants combinations. Pretty containers. #container #garden #flowers #plant
Beautiful color combinations. LOVE the look of the bright green Potatoe Vine!
@Marje TaylorLots of good planting schemes for containers and gardens here. Love the black-leaved Dahlia with purple Calibrachoa (they look like mini petunias), chartreuse sweet potato vine, alternanthera, pentas and bacopa. Great color combo!
DIY- Cluster of Terrrariums
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45 Adorable Spring Terrariums For Home Décor | DigsDigs
Plant a Beautiful Terrarium | Midwest Living
DIY- Cluster of Terrrariums. See this project and more ideas for beautiful terrariums: http://www.midwestliving.com/garden/container/plant-beautiful-terrarium/
indoor terrarium - miniature guzmania bromeliad; maidenhair fern and selaginella; selaginellas, buttone fern and variegated dizygotheca
DIY- Lovely Water Garden
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Make one of these 10 miniature water gardens in just minutes. Elegant greens A glossy tureen holds an ensemble of lovely leaves: floating sensitive plant (Neptunia oleracea), water clover (Marsilea drummondii), water lettuce (Pistia stratiotes) and floating fern (Salvinia minima).
Easy Tabletop Water Gardens | Midwest Living
Great container garden.
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pics of flower container gardens | ... Flower Gardening in Containers: Design a Flower Garden | The Gardening
The basics: Gardening in containers, flower pots, plant containers,
Container gardening - inspiration only. <3 the potted plants on the brick patio with the moss.
A to Z of Container Garden Plants for Gardening Containers
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flower garden ideas how to sort - Beautiful style of flower garden ...
pretty purple flowers
Flower Pot Planting Ideas
How to water plants while you're on vacation.
gardening with #modern garden design #garden interior| http://garden-decorating-green.blogspot.com
gardening with #garden design ideas #garden decorating| http://garden-decorating.blogspot.com
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Container on stacked bricks. Good use of the bricks that i have.
pink+ blue flora in an old urn graces my patio at my cottage
urn on brick pedestal
maybe if I have bricks left over I could build a pillar too
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How to Plant a Spring Vegetable Garden in Containers Leech out excess fertilizer buildup once every week by pouring water into the potting soil until it drains freely from the bottom of the pot. Container gardens need fertilizer every 3three to four days, but use the fertilizer at half-strength. You can also use compost, manure and rock phosphate mixed into the potting soil for fertilizer.
picture of a potted plant on a saucer on a pot
The Best Outdoor Plants for Containers | eHow.com
tree trunk filled with flowers....love...