Sopukkaisen korttelipihan vihreä tiipii.

A nice old fashioned green bean tee-pee for an edible backyard play house.

Tomato fences - a beautiful way to line a garden path

Underplanting with alyssum = great way to lure more pollinators to the veggie garden, smells wonderful too. just give me a ripe tomato right about now!

I did this every summer for my daughter when she was little. It was a beautiful place to play.

Grow a sunflower fort this summer for the kids to play in from Eve Bunting's The Sunflower House -- 32 Cheap And Easy Backyard Ideas That Are Borderline Genius    Growing Living Fences on Your Homestead Project - front yard instead of wooden fence.

Building a Living Fence: Osage orange trees (Maclura pomifera), also called hedge apple or horse apple. For an incredibly tough, enduring windbreak that’s a major player in a local ecology, probably nothing surpasses Osage orange.

Highly productive vegetable garden in limited space. (raised garden beds along side of garage.)

I WILL have this for next year! Highly productive vegetable garden in limited space: raised garden beds along side of garage.

Chelsea McDonnough (Two Twenty One) - Google+

Rain Barrel How To {Harvesting Rainwater}

How to make your own rain barrel watering system-- easy and inexpensive! Use our Hawkeye container! Would make my gardening much easy and better for the environment and my water bill

tuin die leuk is voor de kinderen - Tent van klimplanten

Grow your own tee pee! Maybe add a hanging plant from the top and do climbing peas around the bottom. Or do morning glories and have a tee pee of flowers! Or mix the peas and morning glories together.

How to grow shaped cucumbers    /

How to grow shaped cucumbers & veggies. Strange and Wonderful Japanese Gardening Trends


Veggie Teepee - Interesting trellis for pole beans, zucchini, cucumbers, peas, etc. Cute playhouse for kids

Vegetable garden with stick fencing. Awesome at keeping deer at bay.

Vegetable garden with stick fencing. ~ I find it easy and pleasant to weave sticks (remainders from tree pruning) into existing wire fencing.