Make use of an old golf bag to carry your tools such as spades and rakes around your garden. You will save a lot of time and effort (and you'll have an excuse for a new golf bag!). The bag will keep them all together, so no more lost tools either. Many golf bags even have a stand, in this case you won't have to worry about it tipping over and causing an accident. One of the best ways to maximize the... FULL ARTICLE @ http://www.happy-gardening.com/tips-to-make-your-garden-more-beautiful-2/

Learning the vocabulary for garden equipment. Each piece of garden equipment as a short description

For Kristin- Gardening gear: New gloves, hand trowel, weed excavator, rain boots and a wide brimmed hat by Tula http://www.behora.com/

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10 Tips to Organize Your Lawn and Garden Equipment from Troy-Bilt

Organizing your lawn & garden equipment is an important task to ensure safety and productivity in your toolshed. Use these helpful tips from Troy-Bilt to organize your lawn equipment.

I love heavy duty garden equipment repurposed. This old tiler is now yard art. You could put bird seed on it for the birds; set plants on it. The possibilities for its use are endless. I have seen these for sale at junk yards, very cheap. (from the FB page, When the Dinner Bell Rings)

A farm tiller repurposed as a sculptural fountain. Found art!brilliant idea and since I was raised a farm girl I know what this is!

The garden and fall yard care are just a few of the fall chores in need of maintenance and should be on a seasonal checklist for proper yard maintenance. At the first killing frost, when the growing season ends, it is time to give attention to yard maintenance along with maintaining the various man-made features …

Fall Yard Clean Up, Care and Maintenance Checklist

The best easy to follow guide and pictures for starting a Garden...this has been very helpful for me!!

Growing Vegetables Step-by-Step : How To Start A Vegetable Garden.with this step-by-step article, it's fun and easy!

Tutorial to Make a Pond with a Recycled Tire Flowers, Plants & Planters

Tutorial to Make a Pond with a Recycled Tire

In the same way that you can make planters or a sandbox, build a basin to decorate your garden. Equipment: a large tractor tire, a hermetic tarpaulin, a shovel Stones and rocks Manufacturing: 1 – Dig a hole in the diameter and height of your tire into the

beautymothernature: Vintage garden equipment in autumn by John Brown on Getty Images

Gardening Autumn - beautymothernature: Vintage garden equipment in autumn by John Brown on Getty Images - With the arrival of rains and falling temperatures autumn is a perfect opportunity to make new plantations

Japanese gardeners knife (or hori-hori): This favorite of many professionals does five jobs well. Use it instead of a trowel for digging, planting bulbs, and weeding. The saw blade cuts roots and divides small perennials. The pointed end is a crevice tool.

17 Tools Every Gardener Should Own

Japanese gardeners knife (or hori-hori): This favorite of many professionals does five jobs well. Use it instead of a trowel for digging, planting bulbs, and weeding. The saw blade cuts roots and divides small perennials. The pointed end is a crevice tool.

This garage wall hanging storage system makes every inch count. You can easily store all kinds of tools, bikes, garden equipment and even add shelves and bi

Garage Storage Systems

Organize your garage with a handsome, easy-to-build storage system that'll hold all of your garage clutter

Rustic farm equipment with flowers #Gardening_Equipment #Gardening_Care…

Before it was a plant box, it was a drill--a piece of farm machinery that was used to plant seed corn. The hopper (currently used for flowers) was filled with seed corn which fed out through narrowing chutes along the length of the machine.

Utility boxes, lawn equipment and trash bins are necessities, but they don't deserve to share the spotlight with your gorgeous garden. Here's how to make these and other blights fade into the background.

10 Clever Ways to Hide Outdoor Eyesores

Utility boxes, lawn equipment and trash bins are necessities, but they don't deserve to share the spotlight with your gorgeous garden. Here's how to make these and other blights fade into the background. Hidden garbage cans.

Tips for Tools & Gardening Equipment Rusty tools? Soak overnight in apple cider vinegar. Wipe off residue with a cloth. If you're putting your gardening tools away for the winter, coat them with petroleum jelly to prevent rust. Spray your lawnmower blades with non-stick cooking spray before mowing & grass won't stick to the blades Storing sharp tools? Cut a piece of old garden hose the length of the blade & slice along the seam. Place over blade.

101 Gardening Secrets Experts Never Tell You

ac unit treillage by Accents of France--- yes covering the ugly AC is a good idea

ac unit treillage by Accents of France--- yes covering the ugly AC is a good idea-EXACTLY what we need.

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