How to Make Hypertufa Plant Pots

Feeling Creative? Learn how easy it is to design container gardens by making your own artificial stone planters, pots, bird baths, retaining walls, art rocks and more using Hypertufa. Making Hypertufa is fun and easy to do giving you a lasting unique home garden landscape.

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Fish Aquarium Greenhouse

Surprise! You don't need to spend huge amounts of money to give your plants an early start using the greenhouse effect.   Here's a great idea for that old fish aquarium you have taking up space in your garage.  It is amazing to see the increased growth rate of the lettuce started under the ...

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Vertical Hydroponics Window Gardening

Hydroponic Window Gardening is quickly becoming the rage for people living in apartments and urban communities. This technique has turned into a large, growing International community of like minded folks sharing ideas and methods to perfect the Vertical Hydroponic Window Garden.

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Raised Bed Garden with Concrete Blocks add creative gardening designs to your home landscape. Build raised gardens for flowers and vegetables with decorative concrete bricks for large or small plant containers to enhance your landscape around your home.

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Making Compost Bins

Building a homemade Composting Bin from wood using untreated landscape timbers, cinder blocks and concrete rods is easy and attractive. This compost bin idea comes from playing with Lincoln logs and looks like the base of an old frontier fort.

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How to Vertical Garden

How to Vertical Garden. Grow plants up for small space gardening. Vertically grown plants are healthier, have higher yields per square foot and easier to harvest.

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Vegetable Container Garden

Getting a head start on my garden this year, I planted two vegetable container gardens last night. Rain is vital to any outdoor garden, but this Spring has been exceptionally wet.  Anxious to put some plants and seeds in the ground, I decided to start a few small container gardens which was a great way ...

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