Explore 55 Gallon, Potatoes and more!

Explore related topics

55 gallon barrel: growing potatoes.

55 gallon barrel: growing potatoes.

How to Grow Potatoes in a Garbage Bag  Do you live in a small place and want to grow potatoes here you go am going to try it on my porch this summer

How to Grow Potatoes in a Garbage Bag

Historically, potatoes have only been grown on farms and in vegetable gardens with lots of space. However, even those people in the smallest of urban lots can grow healthy and tasty potatoes with the garbage bag method.

"Poison Ivy Killer:  Prevent problems with poison ivy growing in your yard by adding 3 pounds of salt to a gallon of soapy water, and spraying the mixture on the leaves and stems of the poison ivy plants."

Salt & Dishwashing Liquid to Kill Poison Ivy & Oak

"Poison Ivy Killer: Prevent problems with poison ivy growing in your yard by adding 3 pounds of salt to a gallon of soapy water, and spraying the mixture on the leaves and stems of the poison ivy plants." (will this work on poison oak, I wonder?

If you love to garden, you will definitely appreciate this post!  Follow the easy step-by-step guide below to make your own seedling trays! ...

Plantable seedling pots made from newspaper. This is so easy. A wide range of ages can do this gardening craft. These seed cups would make a great gift for gardening grandparents.

Make your own potato tower

Make your own potato tower - interesting idea for easy harvesting

Add an element of surprise in your garden...this is wonderful...and could possibly be a bit alarming. :D

Add an element of surprise to your garden! Put a Garden Face in your garden wall.

2 Liter Bottle Greenhouse Plans | pop-bottle-greenhouse-41359761291

Repurposed (Recycled) Pop Bottle Propagators Repurposed (recycled) 2 liter bottles make great propagators simply by adding a deli container on top oz - on the left, 24 oz on the right). They're a perfect fit.

Yey, my grandma was right: getting rid of the suckers is good for the tomatoes.

For healthy plants and large, high-quality tomatoes, those suckers ought to go: De-suckering tomato vines

Check out this verticle Garden! Los Angeles Garden Show: Featuring Edible Plants - Living Homegrown | #Gardening | The Complete Garden

An upcycled wine rack garden. Can't quite figure out how this is put together but I'm sure some of you garden gurus out there can!

Keep a potato around until some eyes start growing on it. Slice a piece of the potato off where the eye is, and put it in a cup with water covering the potato, but not the eye. Soon, you'll have a potato plant sprouting up and you can plant it in the garden, or just watch it grow in the cup (no potatoes will grow in the cup, but the plant will grow and look good.)

Keep a potato until some eyes start growing. Slice a piece of the potato off where the eye is, & put it in a cup with water covering the potato, but not the eye. Soon, you'll have a potato plant sprouting up & you can plant it in the garden

Pinterest
Search