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DIY Self-watering-Garden Bed -w/plans - Anika's DIY Life
How to build a DIY self-watering raised garden bed. This is a great DIY garden planter. #anikasdiylife
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These Concrete Hands Will Be The Cutest Part Of Your Garden
These Concrete Hands Will Be The Cutest Part Of Your Garden
Best Homemade Weed Killer And Other Ways To Kill Weeds - RemoveandReplace.com Organic Gardening, Container Gardening, Garden Weeds, Aquaponics System, Yard Work, Lawn And Garden, Pest Control, Early Morning, Garden Projects
Best Homemade Weed Killer And Other Ways To Kill Weeds
Best Homemade Weed Killer And Other Ways To Kill Weeds - RemoveandReplace.com
a pan filled with meat, mushrooms and cherry tomatoes
Drunken Chicken Marsala with Tomatoes
Drunken Chicken Marsala with Tomatoes - simple, gorgeously vibrant, and full of rich flavor.
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a man kneeling down in the middle of a garden with tomatoes and other vegetables growing
Bad soil? No soil? Plant in straw bales instead
Bad soil? Not enough soil? Maybe even no soil?
a group of trees that are in the grass
How to Build a Sturdy Grape Arbor
Found plans for a simple grape arbor that I think would be a fun way to add some shade to our treeless expanse of lawn. And grow grapes.
someone is using scissors to cut through the leaves of a plant and put them in soil
Easy Plant Markers & Labels You Can Make
DIY Plant Markers - Ideas & Tutorials!
some white flowers are growing in the dirt
White Feather Hosta -- An amazing new development - large pure white lush leaves emerge in late spring/early summer. Throughout the summer green streaks develop on the foliage creating an unusual yet beautiful effect. Lavender flowers in summer are just an additional bonus.
three tiered planter with flowers on the front porch
Flower Tower
Wonderful home address marker and a garden all in one! Inspiration by J. Sheffer.
an orange fire hydrant sitting on the side of a brick road next to grass
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Pinner says: "Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. I use baking soda in a 6" wide area around all of the edges of my flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into my beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. I usually have to do this twice a year - spring and fall."