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All you need to know for growing your own garlic, and all the reasons why you SHOULD grow your own garlic.
Green Thumb, Growing Garlic, Grow Garlic, Growing Food, Greenthumb, Herbs Garden, Garlic Growing, Plants Garlic, Gardens Growing
growing foods from scraps
Grow garlic Pick largest bulbs – size of the cloves you plant determine whether you get big or small heads when you harvest. Use smallest internal cloves (those less than 1 gram in weight) for cooking. Chill cloves in fridge for a few weeks (improves bulb development). can skip this step but helps grow bigger garlic. Prevent rotting in soil: soak cloves in glass jar w/equal amt baking soda to organic liquid seaweed 2 hrs. Garlic prefers soil pH 6.5 – 7.0. Never plant garlic near peas/beans
All you need to know for growing your own garlic, and all the reasons why you SHOULD grow your own garlic.. Let our herb garden label get you started. . http://www.kincaidplantmarkers.com/
Grow garlic, grow!
5 Step Guide to Growing Gorgeous Garlic -
Pallet vertical garden
Gardens Ideas, Gardens Fence, Crafts Ideas, Pallets Vertical, Pallets Gardens, Gardens Wall, Vertical Gardens, Pallets Ideas, 1001 Pallets
P6280206 600x450 Pallet vertical garden in pallet garden with Vertical Urban Pallets Garden
1001 Pallets: Another great pallet vertical garden!
1001 Pallets, The place for repurposed pallets ideas !
Recycled newspaper seed pots
Plants Can, Pots Gardens, Plastic Bottle, Old Newspaper, Idea, Gardens Can, Seeds Start, Organizations Plants, Earth Day
seed starting idea
Grow Organic Garden use plastic bottles on a tray too
Macetas biodegradables + How to make a garden pot from newspaper
newspaper planting pots, good earth day craft
How to make organic planting pots using old newspapers
Tomatoes Pruning, Growing Larger, Plants Leaves, Tomatoes Gardens, Flavored Tomatoes, Vegetables Gardens, Tomatoes Plants, Tomato Plants, Pruning Tomatoes
How to Prune a Tomato #Gardening
PRUNING TOMATOES- great article. 1. To grow more flavorful tomatoes. 2. To grow larger tomatoes. 3.To grow more tomatoes over the length of a season. 4. To keep plant leaves and fruits off the ground and away from pests, insect damage, and fungal disease. 5. To keep plants smaller and more compact. 6. To allow tomatoes on the plant at the end of the season to ripen before the first frost. #vegetable #garden #gardening #tips
Tomato pruning - Here are six good reasons to prune tomatoes: To grow more flavorful tomatoes. To grow larger tomatoes. To grow more tomatoes over the length of a season. To keep plant leaves and fruits off the ground and away from pests, insect damage, and fungal disease. To keep plants smaller and more compact. To allow tomatoes on the plant at the end of the seas
Here are six good reasons to prune tomatoes: To grow more flavorful tomatoes. To grow larger tomatoes. To grow more tomatoes over the length of a season. To keep plant leaves and fruits off the ground and away from pests, insect damage, and fungal disease. To keep plants smaller and more compact. To allow tomatoes on the plant at the end of the season to ripen before the first frost. Pruning a tomato means removing unneeded growth tips from the plant. These growing tips are sometimes called shoots or suckers. Growth tips are the new growth--the small leafy-bud growth--located in the "V" or crotch between two stems. Pruning or pinching away new growth allows a tomato plant to concentrate its energy on the development of fruit rather than new foliage. Plant sugars used to make new growth are instead used to concentrate flavor and grow larger, healthier tomatoes. Determinate and indeterminate tomatoes: Tomatoes can be divided into two growth habit categories: [...]
snow pea support tower
Gardens Ideas, Easy Rai Gardens Beds, Gardens Time, Gardens Trellis, Easy Peas, Vegetables Gardens, Peas Trellis, Vegetable Gardens, Gardens Growing
easy pea trellis - non-raised bed
11 ways to support tomato vines | Living the Country Life
Gardens Ideas, Gardens Tomatoes, 15 Fun, Growing Tomatoes, Tomatoes Cages, Fun Ideas, Gardens Vegetables, Tomatoes Plants, Gardening Vegetables
15 Fun Ideas for Growing Tomatoes Use a decorative obelisk to support tomato plants
fun garden tomato ideas
Healthy tomato plants may sprawl or grow into vigorous vines. Contain them in a cage or train them to a trellis to keep fruits off the ground and make harvesting easier. Galvanized wire tomato cages are a quick and easy solution.
Drill holes in wood, place tea lights. Simple but pretty outside center piece/ lighting
Drill Hole, Teas Tables, Candle Holders, Candles Holders, Teas Lights, Tables Centerpieces, Outdoor Tables, Center Pieces, Tea Lights
Drill holes in wood, place tea lights. Beautiful outdoor table center piece. candle holder
Drill holes in wood, place tea lights - great outdoor table centerpiece
coastal nest decorates
Advice for Growing Raspberries
Gardens Ideas, Pruning Raspberries, Growing Raspberries, Hgtv Gardens, Plants Raspberries, Raspberries Patches, Outdoor Design, Gardens Tips, Raspberries Plants
How to Grow Raspberries in Your Yard. | HGTV Gardens Tips for keeping them contained etc.
Good advice for when I do my raspberry patch next spring.
Go Forth and Be Fruitful: Advice for Growing Raspberries. I WILL have raspberry plants!
How to Plant Raspberries
Pruning Raspberries - what to do when my chickens don't eat them first. :-)
Fire Pits, Building, Idea, Diyfirepit, Outdoor Fire Pit, House, Backyard Fire Pit, Diy Firepit, Back Yard
Build A Fire Pit Fire | DIY Firepit for $30, Geopolymer House
Going to build a fire pit at the new house. Getting some ideas. This is a nice look
Build your own outdoor fire pit... yes please! Can you say "Smores"
Backyard fire pit I so want one of these when we buy a house!!
Building a fire pit. If I ever have a back yard!
granite fire pit
Sunken Fire Pit, Ground Fire, Rivers Rocks, Landscape Design, Stones Fire Pit, Backyard Fire Pit, Firepit, Back Yard, In Ground
In ground stone fire pit.
In ground firepit. Only cost $42 to make!!! Dig a 2ft deep hole four feet around. Purchase 25 4x4x12 pavers and 12 flagstone pavers. put two bags of 3/4" river rock in the bottom.
backyard fire pit. Dig a 2ft deep hole four feet around. Purchase 25 4x4x12 pavers and 12 flagstone pavers. put two bags of 3/4" river rock in the bottom.
sunken fire pit. im making for my back yard!!
In ground fire pit, rustic, slab rock rocksmith landscape design and construction (jordan smith) | granite fire pit
In ground fire pit - Maybe we should do this with our firepit
Stone in ground fire pit for the back yard.
Five Easy Trellis Ideas ... great for growing vertical gardens and maximising small spaces. | The Micro Gardener
Gardens Ideas, Green Thumb, Garden Trellis, Easy Trellis, Trellis Ideas, Gardens Structures, Gardens Trellis, Vertical Gardens, Small Spaces
5 Easy Trellis Garden structures
Awesome article. Simple garden trellis ideas plus a list of plants. Every year when I make a trellis with sticks, I feel like a kid again
Good idea for trellis using the nature around you (just sticks). // Great Gardens Ideas //
candles in mason jars. outdoor lighting.
Idea, Bar Tops, Candles Holders, Candles Jars, Teas Lights, Candles In Jars, Scented Candles, Centerpieces, Mason Jars Candles
Use mason jars with tea lights as a centerpiece for your table
mason jar candle centerpieces
floating candles in jars
Table & Bar Top: Candles in mason & milk jars
Ten Ways to Reuse Your Candle Jars August 19, 2010 at 11:02 pm · Filed under Candles, Craft ideas Everyone loves jar candles and the beautiful way they can display your favorite scented candles but, once the candle is all burned down, what’s next? What do you do with those wonderful jars the candles came in? Well I’m here to tell you there are tons of inexpensive ways to recycle those used jars. In fact I’m going to give you my top ten uses for recycled candle jars that will add an ambiance of beauty to your home or office. First off, as you know our candles are created with all natural soy wax and, what that means for you is that the jars are very easy to clean and reuse once the candle is all burned down. Now to clean the jars all you have to do is remove what little wax is left over and the wick. I like to add some hot water to the jar because this causes the wax to melt a whole lot easier. Then I take a butter knife and gently remove the wick. After that I take some warm soapy water and clean the jar until it’s spotless and let them air dry. ~ Now for the fun part, how to reuse those beautiful jars~ 1. Candle Holders~ used candle jars make wonderful candle holders for new pillar candles and votives. Simply buy some of your favorite pillars and votives that’s a little shorter than the jar you are using and in no time you have a beautiful candle holder to display your new candles. 2. Vases~ this is my absolute favorite!! Used candle jars make wonderful vases for flowers, especially tall Libbey Stratus Jars. Just buy some of your favorite fresh cut flowers and add them to the jars with a little water and you will have yourself instant fresh floral arrangements in minutes. You could also do this with fake flowers as well but, instead of adding water you could try adding some pretty colored marbles instead. 3. Center Pieces~ speaking of decorative marbles you could also just add decorative marbles by themselves as a center piece. These lovely creations will add a decorator’s touch to your room. 4. Air Fresheners~ Reusable candle jars make an excellent choice for adding fresh fragrance to a room. You could fill these jars with scent-releasing flowers and herbs. Fill the jars with scented dried flowers and herbs in order to add a natural and inexpensive way to add fragrance to your room. 5. Candy Jars/Cookie Jars~ Reused Candle jars are very useful for storing candy or cookies in. 6. Creating Jams~ if you are another fellow handmade crafter, whether it’s cooking or other handmade items. These reusable candle jars make excellent containers to store homemade goodies in such as jams, spices, soups, or whatever you choose. You can even but these items together to create your own handmade gift basket full of goodies. 7. Storage for loose change~ Ever get tired of having all that lose change left on your table or counters, well candle jars make wonderful storage jars for that lose change. 8. Use as a Gift~ a very fun and creative way to reuse these jars is to use them for gift giving. You can fill them with candies, flowers, bath salts, whatever your preference and tie a pretty ribbon around it and you have an instant handmade gift. 9. Drinking Glasses~ if you have smaller candle jars you could reuse these as drinking glasses. 10. Spa items~ these candle jars make wonderful storage places for spa items such as cotton balls, potpourri, travel sized soaps, and bath sponges.
Fire Pits, Lakes House, Outdoor, Backyard, Diy Firepit, Rindi Mae, Hot Dogs, Back Yard, Yard Ideas
Love this fire pit for our lake house
fire pit - I built two of these in my backyard - beautiful and fun for roasting hot dogs and marshmallows
DIY firepit... well that'd keep the hubby busy
Rindy Mae: Fire, Fire: Part 2
Back yard idea!
Awesome fire pit
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Outdoor Fire Pit - a must have for our outdoor space
love this outdoor fire pit area :) - for down in my back yard?
backyard fire pit and seating - I might "let" hubby get a firepit if I could have a set up like this :)
Backyard fire pit and seating area! Add to Wish List!
backyard fire pit and seating. Parents Backyard Idea!
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