Creative Container Gardening
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Growing your own vegetables is fun, healthy and saves money at the grocery store. The problem is, you need a garden , which makes it tough to do if you live in an apartment. With Hyundai's Kitchen Nano Garden, even people without outdoor spaces can grow their own veggies. The Nano Garden is like a fridge that is designed to grow food rather than to keep it cold. It uses hydroponics and controllable light, water and nutrient supplies to make tending to your indoor garden as simple and possible.
Here is a quick easy way to make a modern circle shape garden.
Make your own stunning planter using stones and cement. Tools and Materials Plastic bin, a bit larger than desired size of finished planter Sand Water Large, flat rocks Cement All Rapid Set cement Black acrylic paint Latex gloves Dust mask Nonstick cooking spray Two 1/2-inch dowels Soil, moss, and plants for finished planter
Yes you can have a garden, even in an urban home.
Cattle troughs, or stock tanks, are popping up in public and private gardens all around Austin.
Do you love the idea of eating home-grown salads from April through November? There are two types of container gardens that will enable you to produce fresh, flavorful greens close to your backdoor without the need to dig in the soil.
by LiveOAK Staff on July 20, 2009
Pocket Dimensions Height = 9 inches Footprint = 24 x 24 inches Soil Volume = 3.0 cubic feet How to Assemble, Plant & Water Meadow? Tuck your plants into a cozy bed: Using Meadow is Easy!
If you’ve ever tried to buy dried or fresh herbs from the grocery store then you know that getting flavor and spice into your frugal family meals can be expensive. With a tiny bottle of dried organic herbs running close to $10 at our local shop, it’s a wonder more people don’t start their own indoor herb garden and dry their own herbs.
I love having lots of plant in my house.
Herbs are easy to grow at home and it's a great way to add color and fresh herbs to your cooking.You can add them to almost any recipe. Try this simple instructions of creating new containers for your herbs.
Suzanne Forsling Gutter Garden
Looking for a weekend project to help give spring a proper welcome? This Gutter Garden tutorial from Jayme at aHa!