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JeffCo Gardener: Saving Soil When Planting Large Planters by Caroline Reardon-- cans in the bottom, then landscape cloth over that. What a clever idea to save soil.

JeffCo Gardener: Saving Soil When Planting Large Planters by Caroline Reardon-- cans in the bottom, then landscape cloth over that. What a clever idea to save soil.

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 →

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 →

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 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,

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 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.

If your patio plants are in heavy ceramic planters, use packing peanuts to cut the weight in half and aid with drainage.

Tips for Moving Heavy Potted Plants

If your patio plants are in heavy ceramic planters, use packing peanuts to cut the weight in half and aid with drainage.

how to bag garden, SAY WHAT?!  Crazy easy, and way less expensive than using potting soil, etc

Weed Free Gardening

how to bag garden, SAY WHAT?! Crazy easy, and way less expensive than using potting soil, etc

Plant these perennials that bring unique and pretty color to your garden. These aren't classic perennials, but rather unique flowers that will make your garden beds truly special. Our favorite perennials include baptista, malva, bergenia and sea holly.

The 15 Most Underused Perennials

Plant these perennials that bring unique and pretty color to your garden. These aren't classic perennials, but rather unique flowers that will make your garden beds truly special. Our favorite perennials include baptista, malva, bergenia and sea holly.

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......

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......

I don't have trees for a hammock and didn't want a metal frame so just an easy DIY project. 2, 4x4 posts. 8 ft tall each. 3' into the ground with cement. Then just 2 screw hooks and that's it!   A hammock with spreader bars should be hung between 4-5 feet off the ground so mine is around 4 1/2.  Tip: Rent or borrow an auger if you can, especially if you live somewhere with harder soil. The depth of the posts is key!

I don't have trees for a hammock and didn't want a metal frame so just an easy DIY project. 2, 4x4 posts. 8 ft tall each. 3' into the ground with cement. Then just 2 screw hooks and that's it! A hammock with spreader bars should be hung between 4-5 feet off the ground so mine is around 4 1/2. Tip: Rent or borrow an auger if you can, especially if you live somewhere with harder soil. The depth of the posts is key!

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