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20 Plants to Grow in Your Kid's Garden

20 Plants to Grow in Your Kid& Garden

Comfrey Planting Season is Here! (How to plan, plant and harvest)

Comfrey, Symphytum Officinale (common comfrey) is sterile, spread by root not seed. Organic gardeners are mad on comfrey because she gathers and shares such mineral riches – silicon, calcium,…

One of the best outdoor projects to do with a pallet is to make a garden path. Just take the slats and use them as steps in the path! If you don’t have one already, then use pallets to make a potting bench. This allows you to organize and easily access all of your... #garden #ideas #outdoor

15 Outdoor Pallet Projects - Page 15 of 16

Hake a Mini Green house. Inexpensive Mini-Greenhouse You can build this raised garden bed mini-greenhouse to extend your growing season with used railroad ties for the base and some scrap wood and sheet plastic for the cover.

Bucket Storage for Vegetable

If I only had a cold storage room :-( Hat tip to Canning Granny for the idea. Barrels turned into storage bins in the root cellar for winter food such as apples, onions, potatoes and squash.

Do the right thing. Plant a garden to save the bees

Plant these for the Bees. Help save the bees and enrich your environment and our world by helping to keep bees alive!

Rainbow Carrot Mix - six crazy colors 250 heirloom seeds, spring garden, fun for kids, non GMO by ronda

Rainbow Carrot Mix - six crazy colors, 250 heirloom seeds, spring garden, fun for kids! A fun mix of colored carrots to brighten your table and entertain your kids. Varieties are listed below.

Building a strong walk through trellis for squash and cukes. Cattle panels nailed to raised beds – couldn’t be easier! read all the comments under this post for great photos!

Building a strong walk through trellis for squash and cukes. This is a great way to grow squash/cukes. It reduces pest fungal problems, makes picking easier allows you to grow more in less space. Cattle panels nailed to raised beds - couldnt be easier!

garden made from rain gutters, which are arranged to let water drain down from the top.

Rain Gutter Garden

Want to grow a salad garden but have no room? Try gutters! Affix them to a fence, slope them for drainage, and voila! Want to grow a salad garden but have no room? Try gutters! Affix them to a fence, slope them for drainage, and voila!

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