Garden Trellis made with sticks you can find in the woods or even on the sidewalks of your neighborhood (especially after a windy day!)

Garden Trellis made with sticks you can find in the woods or even on the sidewalks of your neighborhood (especially after a windy day!)

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Nice take on a garden hideaway and a lovely roof...Would be great planted with chamomile....Who needs one of these for their gardens?  For other garden inspired hideaways here is a link to our pinterest board, Sheds, Huts and Hideaways.....  https://www.pinterest.com/growveg/sheds-huts-and-hideaways/.

Nice take on a garden hideaway and a lovely roof...Would be great planted with chamomile....Who needs one of these for their gardens? For other garden inspired hideaways here is a link to our pinterest board, Sheds, Huts and Hideaways..... https://www.pinterest.com/growveg/sheds-huts-and-hideaways/.

Setting up pea trellis in the field. This trellis will also be good for beans, cucumbers, and climbing squash. Easy and affordable construction. #LadyLeesHome

Setting up pea trellis in the field. This trellis will also be good for beans, cucumbers, and climbing squash. Easy and affordable construction. #LadyLeesHome

trellis made of branches | Repurpossed stuff / Trellis made from branches off the winters cut

trellis made of branches | Repurpossed stuff / Trellis made from branches off the winters cut

DIY Miracle Grow: 1 gallon of water, 1 tbsp epsom salt, 1 tsp baking soda, 1/2 tsp of Household ammonia. Mix all ingredients together and use once a month on your plants.

DIY Miracle Grow: 1 gallon of water, 1 tbsp epsom salt, 1 tsp baking soda, 1/2 tsp of Household ammonia. Mix all ingredients together and use once a month on your plants.

How to Prune Lavender - never prune in fall or winter and never cut back to the ground. Prune in spring and early summer after first leaf buds emerge to cut out dead wood and then prune again just after flowers fade - deadhead and shape plants then, leave at least 3 - 5 leaf nods below each flower spike, when shaping, leave at least 5 obvious nodes above the ground where new growth can emerge

How to Prune Lavender - never prune in fall or winter and never cut back to the ground. Prune in spring and early summer after first leaf buds emerge to cut out dead wood and then prune again just after flowers fade - deadhead and shape plants then, leave at least 3 - 5 leaf nods below each flower spike, when shaping, leave at least 5 obvious nodes above the ground where new growth can emerge

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