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Anti-Fox No-Dig Skirts for Chicken Runs

Anti-Fox No-Dig Skirt for Chicken Runs - Medium size (perimiter measurement between 9.3m and 14.6m)IF ORDERING THE SKIRT FOR A NON-FLYTE SO FANCY RUN, PLEASE STATE SIZE OF YOUR RUN WHEN ORDERING - LENGTH x WIDTH. Please enter this in the 'delivery instructions' box during the checkout.A simple solution to prevent Foxes and Badgers digging under you Poultry Run. Four 10 inch wide strips of 2in x 2in strong 16g weldmesh ready to lay on the ground under the edges of your run and held in place…

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The Prettiest (and Smartest!) Small-Space Gardens on the Internet

The smaller your square footage, the harder it gets to flex your green thumb. Or so you thought ...


A Guide to Planting for Each Garden Aspect - David Wilson

Read our planting cheat sheet for every garden aspect, for a North, South, East and West-facing garden, with extra tips for smart companion planting.

How DIY Raised Garden Bed Cover to Protect Your Garden from Animals - Hydrangea Treehouse

how to DIY garden bed cover for your raised bed to protect your vegetables from animals. DIY garden cover witth chicken wire for a garden enclosure with fence.

Växthus av gamla fönster Ideas for the garden house interior design Sleepi… - Modern

Växthus av gamla fönster Ideas for the garden house interior design Sleepi... Växthus av gamla fönst

Kyle Hagerty | Urban Farmstead on Instagram: “One of the great advantages to growing in raised beds is the excellent drainage. . While most plants prefer well drained soil, our summer…”

7,124 Likes, 325 Comments - Kyle Hagerty | Urban Farmstead (@urbanfarmstead) on Instagram: “One of the great advantages to growing in raised beds is the excellent drainage. . While most…”

Oh Man...Why didn't I think of that ! - Duke Manor Farm

I sit back in amazement at some of the amazing things that I see on the web and think to myself ” Oh my goodness, why didn’t I think of that ” Where on earth does this creativity come from? I am seriously thinking the water. I want some. You too? Well today I am sharing […]

25+ DIY Garden Project Ideas on Budget Make Your Backyard Beautiful - perfect home decor ideas

You may be an expert gardener with years of experience in the field, but if you have never successfully finished a garden project then how are you supposed to manage such a project on a budget? As an alternative to… Continue Reading →

Want MORE Lavender Plants? Root Some!

Propagating lavender is much easier than you can imagine...and there are two times a year that one can take cuttings to root- in the spring just before the plant comes into flower AND in the early fall. So, that means right now!! To begin, its best to use a good quality cutting soil or you can make your own by mixing approximately 3 parts peat moss with 1 part vermiculite. Remember that the most important thing is drainage…even a cutting of lavender DOES NOT like wet feet! Once you have a…

10 DIY Trellis Ideas ~ Bless My Weeds

How to build your own DIY trellis.

DIY Tomato Cage | Sturdy and Inexpensive - Ella Claire

Still going strong after 7 years of use, these DIY wood tomato cages are easy to build and provide a very beautiful and functional, sturdy support for garden tomatoes! This is the ultimate guide to build tomato cages that are the perfect size, shape, and inexpensive design for growing big, healthy tomato plants. One of...Read More

Growing Cucumbers Vertically

Learn how to grow cucumbers vertically to get the most productive plant Growing cucumbers vertically also save lot of space

DIY Beehive in a Jar - Fresh honey in your backyard! - Mrs Happy Homemaker

Have you ever wanted to have fresh honey right in your backyard? Well, then you’ve got to try out this beehive in a jar method! Check out this easy DIY project for getting that honey – beehives in a jar!! Click here for step-by-step instructions!! Check out other ideas to Make-Your-Own here!

A Planting Guide for Red Creeping Thyme

A Planting Guide for Red Creeping Thyme. A low-growing, spreading plant that has purplish-red flowers throughout summer, red creeping thyme (Thymus praecox "Coccineus") reaches heights of only 3 to 6 inches tall, but spreads of 12 to 18 inches wide. Although it is a slow grower, it becomes an effective ground ...