Tomatoes love water This is a simple easy to make watering system

Tomato plants like deep watering. Why waste water when you can make a simple reservoir delivery system. The photo says it all. Tomato plants like deep watering.

Use Plastic Bottles with Holes to Create a Worry Free Self Watering System

35+ Creative Garden Hacks & Tips That Every Gardener Should Know

Use soda pop or water bottles with holes to water plants individually. Saves water and gets the water where you need it.

Köksträdgård. Planteringslådor som är fyllda med kryddor, sallad och dill. Längs med störarna växer det humle och nedanför växer jordgubbs plantor.

With higher raised beds, you don't have to lean down so much.way better on the back

Köksträdgård. Planteringslådor som är fyllda med kryddor, sallad och dill. Längs med störarna växer det humle och nedanför växer jordgubbs plantor.

With higher raised beds, you don't have to lean down so much.way better on the back

Trädgårdsflow: Om buxbom, plåtkanter och lite till:

I love the orderliness in keeping the planting and mulch in place under the tree, and being able to bring in good soil for a hard to plant/grow area.

Stenmur & Gärdsgård: juni 2012

Using a mix of containers and raised beds to make vegetable garden more attractive.

cimicifuga, brunnera, sweet woodruff- A wonderful planting for a shade garden.

Cimicifuga, Brunnera and Sweet Woodruff: a wonderful planting for a shade garden. - Great plants for shade, but be careful, sweet woodruff is VERY invasive and difficult to get rid of once planted!

Germinate tomato seeds by just cutting your tomato into slices and laying them on top of the soil. Cover them lightly and in no time you will see your babies coming up.

My late mother use to do this,germinate tomato seeds by just cutting your tomato into slices and laying them on top of the soil.Cover them lightly and in no time you will see your babies coming up.—with Santana Matekuare.

Spring bulbs in rustic container

Bulbs in a bucket! Old buckets filled with bulbs are a great way to recycle unused items and add color to a porch or patio. This is a great one for spring!

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