Archive for April, 2013

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How to Freshen your Kitchen with Green Plants

April 30, 2013

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Freshen your spring kitchen with greenery. From potted plants to herbs and more. Brighten your kitchen and food with fresh plants at your your fingertips.

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herb kits? so last year! grow edible flowers instead

April 30, 2013

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PVC Strawberry Planter

April 26, 2013

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What are the advantages of this system? The most obvious is the ability to grow many plants in a small space. It’s an interesting way to maximize the production of a small garden, or to grow strawberries on a deck or balcony. 

 

But there are other advantages. Since the plants are off the ground, you’ll be able to grow very clean, very high-quality berries. Disease problems can be minimized with the off-the-ground approach, particularly in a greenhouse where constant airflow is provided.

 

Follow the photo-link to find out how to make your own strawberry tower.

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16 Dog House Designs To Keep Your Pooch Cool This Summer

April 26, 2013

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Dog houses are what you make of them. If Fido spends a lot of time outdoors or crated while you’re away– a place just for your four legged friend may be an important investment not only for your dog, but for the aesthetics of your home or backyard.

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How to Crowd Source a Garden: Throw a Party, Serve Brunch, and Hand Out Shovels: Gardenista

April 21, 2013

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Instant Brooklyn backyard garden: 30 bags of topsoil, 60 plants, a dozen friends, and one delicious mushroom flan. Planting party, anyone? Here’s how:

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Throw It, Grow It: London’s Guerrilla Gardeners: Gardenista

April 21, 2013

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When Richard Reynolds moved into a tower block in central London’s Elephant and Castle district, he was not intending to become a guerrilla gardener. He simply decided to take a DIY approach to the wasteland around him.

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A Manhattan Rooftop Garden with a Panoramic View: Gardenista

April 21, 2013

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Urban living is all about making the most of available space, especially outdoor space. Ever wonder what’s up there on New York City’s rooftops?

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