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What a cute upcycled bottle idea. Now if I could just get those methods of cutting through the bottle to work!

Would make a great kitchen garden. Love this idea for easy veggie garden! Can plant marigolds around the outside, in the cinder blocks. Outdoor Projects, Garden Projects, Garden Ideas, Veg Garden, Side Garden, Glass Garden, Vegetable Gardening, Florida Gardening, Florida Plants

The Vegetable Hatt in Haines City, Florida

We grow many different types of vegetables and fruit. Our gardening area is a half acre in size with just over 100sf being dedicated to the raised bed vegetable patch.

This would be good for egg cake pops. Mini cupcakes in an egg carton for Easter, such a cute gift. I'll probably ice them in pastels and top them with Cadbury Mini Eggs. Mini Cupcakes, Easter Cupcakes, Cupcake Cakes, Small Cupcakes, Cupcake Gift, Muffin Cupcake, Cheesecake Cupcakes, Coconut Cupcakes, Little Muffins

Egg-celent Home Solutions: 8 Ways to Reuse Empty Egg Cartons

When I was growing up, my art teacher mother stuffed our hall closet with all types of recyclables like toilet paper rolls, baby food jars and egg cartons. At the time I thought she was causing a fire hazard and most sinfully, wasting valuable closet space but now I understand. I mean, look at all these amazing things you can make with an egg carton! From clever organization ideas to campfire starters, I will find it hard to toss an egg carton ever again. Here are 8 brilliant projects for…

spend money on those expensive seed starters. Try this simple way to start seeds to save money. Start a garden on a budget.Don't spend money on those expensive seed starters. Try this simple way to start seeds to save money. Start a garden on a budget. Starting A Garden, Seed Starting, Gardening For Beginners, Gardening Tips, Flower Gardening, Gardening Gloves, Gardening Supplies, Gardening Services, Potato Gardening

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Don't spend money on those expensive seed starters. Try this simple way to start seeds to save money. Start a garden on a budget. #organicgardens #OrganicGardening

toilet paper rolls to start your plants. When ready to plant, stick the whole roll in the ground. Roll will decompose.Use toilet paper rolls to start your plants. When ready to plant, stick the whole roll in the ground. Roll will decompose. Toilet Paper Roll Crafts, Diy Paper, Tissue Paper, Recycle Paper, Toilet Paper Tubes, Toilet Tube, Toilet Roll Craft, Kids Toilet, Dream Garden

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10 Upcycled Seed Starting Container Ideas- Self Watering Plastic Bottles- Start your seeds the frugal way with these 10 DIY upcycled seed starting containers! So many inexpensive everyday items can make great seed starters! Container Gardening, Gardening Tips, Plant Containers, Plantas Indoor, Self Watering Plants, Recycle Plastic Bottles, Recycled Bottles, Plantation, Seed Starting

Seed starters-GENIUS!!!! Problem is I don't use plastic bottles...might need to petition a couple friends to give me their throwaways...

The cost of growing your own food?---Like this red solo cup idea---reuse each year and easy to store! Growing Gardens, Growing Plants, Red Solo Cup, Starting Seeds Indoors, Backyard Vegetable Gardens, Diy Crafts Hacks, Spring Plants, Indoor Flowers, Grow Your Own Food

Dear Journal- End of March 2013 - Gardening Jones

Technically it is spring, but only technically. I will not complain though, Dear Journal, but rather look on the bright side of things. Although I'm not playing in the dirt yet, I can count my blessings: Seeds: $10 donated to a non-profit, the rest were exchanged or saved. Solo Cups: recycled Jiffy Pots: $5 Potting … Continue reading