Metaspoon. There’s something particular satisfying about building something with your own two hands, so it’s really no wonder that DIY projects have really been booming.
Even if you don’t consider yourself to be a very crafty person, you can most definitely jump in on this trend. The good people of the internet have made it easier than ever to learn how to make things at home so you can save money, be creative, and create something truly unique and personal. Amy from Her Tool Belt is one of these good people, and if you like gardening, you’re definitely going to love this stunner of a project! Amy made her very own DIY Cascading Flower Pallet Planter Box, and she’s taken us all along for the ride. It certainly looks a bit strange at the start but the end result is simply stunning! Get a regular planter box (the one in this photo is made from pallet wood) and drill holes in even spaced rows.
“I used a 2″ hole saw to drill holes for the petunias … spacing the holes about every 6″ or so.”
Farm from a Box - a complete off-grid toolkit for tech-powered farming. GreenStalk - Vertical Garden System by The Peterson Family. Risks and challenges Packaging - The GreenStalk is a large lightweight planter.
This presents challenges for product packaging. We currently use shrink wrap to package our product for shows and wholesale markets. However, the plastic warps over time and is very time consuming to put together. We are looking to add full color boxes with carrying handles as a packaging option. Additional Features - We love the GreenStalk just as is (and so do our customers and reviewers!)
Distribution - We ship GreenStalk all over the US and have sent the system as far away as India.
Vegetable growing cheat sheet. 30 Insanely Clever Gardening Tricks. Top-5-plants-repel-mosquitoes. How To Grow Squash. Learning how to grow squash can open your garden up to an astonishing variety of cultivars, most of which are not very difficult to have success with.
Squash falls into two categories: summer squash and winter squash. Summer squash includes all the varietals of squash that will grow best in hot weather and mature during the mid to late summer. Summer squash typically should be harvested when its skin is still relatively thin, which means you can harvest summer squash before it is fully mature. However it also means that summer squash will not keep as long in your pantry as winter varietals will. Winter squash includes all the varietals will grow best in cooler winter during the late summer and fall.
In this guide about how to grow squash, I will begin by explaining some of the characteristics that are common to all cultivars of squash. Next, I will explain the differences between planting your squash directly in the soil or by starting it early indoors and transplanting seedlings. 1. 1a. When to Plant Vegetables.
15 Foods That Can Be Regrown From Scraps. I love gardening.
Well, not actually the work behind the gardening so much – it’s the harvesting that I really look forward to. There is nothing like fresh veggies from your own personal garden! I actually just planted a bunch of things in my vegetable garden, and may have gone a little plant happy at the feed & seed store. Oops. Obviously, we all know about the normal ways to grow plants – from seeds. Let’s count them out – from 1 to 15… 1, 2, 3, & 4. These are the ones I regrow the very most, I always have a mason jar of green onions regrowing above my kitchen sink. 5. You can regrow lemongrass the same way you regrow the green onions. 6.
Plant a small chunk off of your piece of ginger in potting soil with the newest buds facing up. 7. Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - Vegetable Growing Guides. Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - Introduction. Gutter Gardens Grow Produce Without Taking Up Space.
If you’d love to do a little at-home gardening but don’t have much space to do your planting, a simple gutter garden might be the perfect option.
Alaskan news site Juneau Empire features a smart, simple idea for planting a small vegetable garden with very little space: A windowbox garden built from gutters. In Alaska, this idea solves a few problems for the author: We live near the glacier, so the soil is cold and has very little organic matter, there are lots of big trees shading it, and we have all the slugs and root maggots anyone could want, with porcupines, cats, bears and ravens meandering to boot.There is only one side of our house that gets much sunshine, and, of course, that side of the house has the smallest yard.
Even if your garden doesn’t face the same problems, the idea behind the gutter garden could be perfect if you’re low on space but would kill for some homegrown veggies. Visual-News-seasonal-fruits-and-veggies-c5.jpeg (JPEG Image, 918×2200 pixels) Squash-support.jpg (JPEG Image, 1386×1080 pixels) - Scaled (66%)