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I wondered if you could plant dry soup beans purchased from the grocery store and save tons of money on seed beans. So I bought a bunch of beans and sprouted them indoors first to speed up the germination and then planted them into the garden. Here are my results.
I got a b
I made a very simple and nearly free fence post puller using scrap wood I had around. This device pulls out T posts and small wood posts with ease and in mere seconds per post.
I used oak boards left over from pallets that I had taken apart. This made it rugged and long lasting.
I am building a beautiful picket fence using pallet wood thet I got for free. This is a very simple project and I am sure you will be quite surprised how fast this goes together once you get started. Each finished pallet picket fence piece looks just like something that came out of the commercial
You don’t need to till up the whole back 40 to have all the watermelon, squash, sweet potatoes and pumpkin your family can eat. Instead, cut out circles of sod, mulch the area and then watch your garden grow.
Using some scrap material, old sliding glass doors and windows, and as few purchased supplies as possible (cement blocks, wire cloth, 2x4s and roof tin), we built our second greenhouse in early November 2012. Now, in mid-February, the greenhouse provides more than enough greens for our heaping, t
One of the best diversions to overcome wintertime doldrums is to start trays of garden seeds indoors. Here in the Missouri Ozarks, now is a good time to get growing with all those vegetables that should be started 6-8 weeks before the last frost.
Plants that require a longer growing seaso
Many homeowners pay attention not only to the interior of their houses, but to their gardens as well. Not everyone is lucky to have a garden, thus people having at least a small parcel of land near the house, want to make it attractive.
Decorating a garden may be difficult, because this p
Without a lot of the right care, trees can get diseases which can prove to be fatal, and as many trees live for hundreds of years, whether your tree is small or large, you'll want to make sure your tree stays in good condition for future generations. Regular maintenance and care is vital, but you
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