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Composting Tips: Kick your composting up a notch with these tips. Using this simple 3-bin composter you can turn yard and kitchen waste into rich compost in 4 to 6 weeks. Read more: http://www.familyhandyman.com/garden/composting-tips/view-all

Composting Tips

Composting Tips - Kick your composting up a notch with these tips. -- Using this simple composter you can turn yard and kitchen waste into rich compost in 4 to 6 weeks.

Horsetail Grass- This is a really attractive tall plant that will grow tall to provide you a green fence of privacy. Horsetail grass is very easy to grow if it is planted in fertile soil and will grow 3 to…Read more →

As an alternative to a long planter box, these identical pots add interest and shape to the garden

A seed-grown, annual cutting garden couldn’t be more low maintenance! Simply grab a packet or two of seeds and toss them in the soil. As they grow, cut, move, and remove the flowers as it develops and blooms. This is a great project for a beginner gardener, or someone looking to fill in a large space inexpensively. See how it's done (the easy way) and get a list of the best annuals to grow in a cutting garden.

Bouquet Gardens: The Best Cutting Flowers + Growing & Harvesting Tips

A seed-grown, annual cutting garden couldn’t be more low maintenance! Simply grab a packet or two of seeds and toss them in the soil. As they grow, cut, move, and remove the flowers as it develops and blooms. This is a great project for a beginner gardene

Fired Up - Gardener says she fills her raised beds with 3-4" of paper shred, then quickly burns it to kill the weeds.  She said it did not leave a mark on the wood. I would top with cardboard afterwards for extra weed protection,

Fired Up - Gardener says she fills her raised beds with of paper shred, then quickly burns it to kill the weeds. She said it did not leave a mark on the wood. I would top with cardboard afterwards for extra weed protection, Lives in Florida

Our chickens in their DIY chicken tunnel. We live in a residential area, so to keep the chickens protected from hawks, dogs and other predators (and to keep ...

Chicken tunnels, free range eggs - credit Leslie Wray Doyle for this photo which has been circulating around the internet without any credit given.

Bags you can buy from UHaul to keep your mattresses clean during the move.

Protect your mattresses and box springs during your move! Our mattress bags will keep your mattresses or box springs protected against dust, soil, and light exposure to water during your move or time in storage.

How to Grow Rice at Home |  1    Fill the bucket with 6 inches of potting soil. Do not use a bucket or plant pot that has drainage holes. Add water until the water stands 2 inches above the soil level.  2    Move the bucket to a spot that gets full sun and maintains a temperature of 70 degrees F or higher. Add 1/4 cup of long-grain organic brown rice to the bucket. Sprinkle it over the water evenly. The grains will sink to the soil level......

Very helpful guide to growing rice in containers- I always assumed that I couldn't grow rice here because rice needs such wet conditions, but if you use a container without drainage holes it's easy!

Raised flower beds with casters. Move beds around and good for keeping pests away.

15 Easy-to-Build Raised Garden Beds

Raised garden planter boxes on wheels / casters - Size is 2 x 4 each, just over 4 tall with the casters installed on the bottom. Soil depth container is 12 and the bottom shelf has about 3 of clearance to hold drain water trays. - Decor It Darling

Fiddle-Leaf Fig  Why you want it: This lovely indoor tree (actually a species of ficus) has large, dark-green leaves that seem to form the vague outline of a fiddle or violin—that's how it gets its name.  How to care for it: This indoor plant likes room temperatures between about 65 and 75 degrees, and exposure to bright to medium light. The surface of the soil should dry out slightly between watering. If it starts to look a bit pale, try moving it to somewhere less bright.

The 15 easiest indoor house plants that won't die on you

Fiddle-Leaf Fig Why you want it: This lovely indoor tree (actually a species of ficus) has large, dark-green leaves that seem to form the vague outline of a fiddle or violin—that's how it gets its name. How to care for it: This indoor plant likes room t

Growing plants in bales of straw is a great way to create a raised garden space that can be moved anywhere.

Straw Bale Gardening

Want to get started in straw bale gardening? If you want to try something new for your garden then this method is something you should look into! Get straw bale garden tips here.

Economical... - Establishes a perfect seedbed every time - Light weight for easy moving and storage when empty - Heavier than comparable cast iron units when filled with water - Will never rust - Roto-Molded from Cross-Linked Polyethylene, most durable, heavy duty polymers on the market today - 18 inch roller stable over rough terrain - Profiled scraper prevents buildup during use in damp soil conditions - Weighs 88 pounds empty, 400 pounds when filled with water and 640 pounds with sand

Packer Maxx 4' HD cultipacker

Economical... - Establishes a perfect seedbed every time - Light weight for easy moving and storage when empty - Heavier than comparable cast iron units when filled with water - Will never rust - Roto-Molded from Cross-Linked Polyethylene, most durable, heavy duty polymers on the market today - 18 inch roller stable over rough terrain - Profiled scraper prevents buildup during use in damp soil conditions - Weighs 88 pounds empty, 400 pounds when filled with water and 640 pounds with sand

Add Casters to a steal garbage can for an easy to move potting soil storage container!

Add Casters to a steal garbage can for an easy to move potting soil storage container!

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