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Pallet gardens - vertical or on the ground (check that pallets are labelled HT heat treated NOT MB for chemicals) - Gardening Rush

Edible Flowers like calendula and signet marigolds brighten a planting of Swiss chard, cabbage, basil and tomatoes.

Fresh Ideas for Growing Vegetables in Containers

Love the color on the crate. Love the color on the crate. Love the color on the crate.

Pallet planter/fence

Pallet planter/fence

how to prune basil so it stays bushy and doesn't get leggy and nonproductive

Prune basil so it stays bushy and productive On a basil plant the leaves grow in twos opposite each other. As the little plant send up the stock it will grow two more leaves. You need to go to those two leaves and prune about one inch or so above them.

From preparing your plot to choosing the best crops, we break down the basics. All that's left to do is dig in and get dirty.

A Beginner's Guide to Organic Gardening

HERB BASICS: Growing your own herbs is easier than you think. Planted in pots or a window box, they require very little care to reap big rewards. See our simple tips for growing a thriving herb garden.

Build Your Own Raised Flower/Vegetable Bed | Pioneer Woman Home & Garden | Ree Drummond

Build Your Own Raised Flower/Vegetable Bed

A step-by-step tutorial on how to make a raised garden bed. We're gonna have to do this! This is a VERY good tutorial on building raised bed boxes.

Compost bins

How to Make the Ultimate Compost Bin: Having three bins will let you separate older compost from newer compost so you'll be able to use the older compost sooner. I need one and have the perfect spot for it.

Slip clean straw beneath each pumpkin and winter squash to keep them from rotting and to put them out of reach of soil-dwelling insects.

@ Ali and Arin for your pumpkin patches! place clean straw under each pumpkin or winter squash to keep it from rotting and protect them from soil dwelling insects