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Become self-reliant! Instead of spending lots of money on pesticide laden, genetically modified veggies you can grow your own. The taste (and nutrition) of home grown food is far superior to the grocery store variety and your cost is almost free.

How to build My 50 Dollar Greenhouse » The Door Garden

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Are your strawberries feeding the neighborhood birds? Protect them with Anti-Bird Netting, and maybe some will actually make it to the table! {Tutorial from OneCreativeMommy.com}

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Awesome gardening hacks that really work! Tips for tomatoes, bugs, watering and keeping plants warm in cooler weather. Tried & true, these gardening tips are worth giving a try! :: DontWastetheCrumb...

5 Clever Gardening Hacks for the Beginner Gardener

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Gorg garden

mein Pflanzenreich. Unser Garten. Unser Bauerngarten

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Lots of plants like bottom watering. A DIY soda bottle drip feeder will help to do just that. See how to do it thegardeningcook....

Soda Bottle Drip Feeder for Vegetables - Easy DIY project

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I love succulents!! Hens and Chicks planted in vintage silver cream and sugar serving set - great for table decor or a wedding favor. ♥

Vintage Silver Planters - Garden Therapy

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How to get a REAL aged look on a Terra Cotta Pot. Hint, it's a building material. REDOUXINTERIORS.COM FACEBOOK: REDOUX #patina #agedpots #redouxinteriors

Garden Decorating with Junk ideas, Redoux Style

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How to landscape with stones for easy upkeep! | www.rappsodyinroo...

A Stone’s Throw Away from the Biggest Makeover Yet

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Repurposed Junk Garden#/1097293/repurposed-junk-garden?&_suid=136321946041806821440514470505

Garden Ideas :: Clover House, DeeDee's clipboard on Hometalk

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13 Awesome Outdoor Bench Projects, Ideas & Tutorials!

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Clay Pot Sphere

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This aint your daddy's grill anymore

This aint your daddy's grill anymore... - JUNKMARKET Style

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Get Your Garden Off the Ground (And Into the Air)

Get Your Garden Off the Ground (And Into the Air)

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save strawberry seeds and plant them next year

Collecting Strawberry Seeds (Alternative Energy and Gardning)

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DIY planters - 20 amazing ideas you can make yourself This is great for growing your own herb garden…..

DIY planters - 20 amazing ideas you can make yourself

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Curly succulents

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How to Make Hypertufa; tips & techniques for this unique garden craft

Curing Hypertufa; a crucial step for increasing the life of your project

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front walk way

DIY Garden Path Ideas - daisymaebelle

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Succulents in soup ladles

Succulents in soup ladles | protractedgardenprotractedgarden

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Gumball Machine Succulent Planter

Gumball Machine Succulent Planter

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Book Bricks | 23 Lovely DIY Bookends To Adorn Your Shelves Copy the bookends in this pin by painting bricks to look like old books. Acrylic paints work just fine on stone.

23 Lovely DIY Bookends To Adorn Your Shelves

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How to paint old bricks into your favourite books! (photo source: salvageandselvedg...)

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DIY Raised Garden Beds • Ideas & Tutorials! • A unique raised bed from tin roofing!

DIY Raised Garden Beds | The Garden Glove

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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 - Hypertufa Forum - GardenWeb

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How to make a Hypertufa container. This is kinda neat I have never heard of this stuff.

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