Tuesday, October 11, 2016

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Protect your produce all year round with this simple DIY raised garden bed with cover! Learn more about this project here...
Now here's a great garden bed idea for herbs - spiral herb garden....!!
Grow and protect your produce with a removable raised garden bed fence....!!!
This DIY compost bin is a sturdy, rodent- and rot-free container for all your compost. Learn more about this project by heading over to their site!
Yesterday's news is today's biodegradable seedling pots! Learn all about using newspaper as seedling pots on their site now :)
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This garden bed is easy on your back, gives good drainage and allows easy access to all your plants!
This raised and enclosed garden bed is great for keeping naughty dogs out. But to prevent other critters like squirrels, rats or raccoons from getting to your produce you can build a fully enclosed version!
How To Make A Raised Planter Stand...
This easy and inexpensive raised planter stand is a great solution for a variety of garden issues. It keeps critters away from your produce and it's easier on your back when watering or tending your plants. You also have the option to attach trellising. The planter is made from repurposed drums which are inexpensive and can be found locally. What would you be planting on your own raised planter stand?
Gardening is a fun and de-stressing activity anybody can do… until critters and pests try to eat and destroy your plants, or the weather kills your produce! theownerbuilderne... Take a look at some of the things you can do to make life in the garden easier - and healthier. Do you have any clever tips to add? :)
How to Grow a Straw Bale Garden diyprojects.ideas... Can't grow plants and vegetables because critters keep eating them? This simple gardening idea might just be the solution for you! This is also better than the usual garden in a number of ways. Learn more and see how easy gardening is with this tutorial. :) #strawbale #garden
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