10 TIPS on How To Grow ALOE VERA [Step-by-Step]
Growing Aloe Vera Plant is super easy and it is just one of numerous different types of aloe plants. The plant is great for purifying the air and clearing
Cute Concrete Planter
Cute Concrete Planter: These cute concrete planters are an adorable addition to any home or garden! The molds are made of recyclable materials and concrete mix is very inexpensive to buy. You can switch up the plants in these planters to give these little guys a fresh n...
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1 acre self sustaining homestead. All we'd need would be a well and some solar panels and we could go off the grid. That would be a dream come true.
Turn Your Wicker Basket Into a Concrete Planter
It's even easier than it looks! I sometimes collect baskets to put pots in my garden. Unfortunately they do not last but one season because wicker rots out in the weather.
Tall wooden planters.. So simple and very inexpensive considering how much ones at the store cost!! This cost me under $50 for both not including glue, screws and stain.
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DIY Modern Concrete Planter
The landscaping around my house – if you could even call it that – has been the aspect of my home I'm least proud of. And the reasoning is simple, my modern tastes can make things really expensive really fast. But with a little elbow grease, these DIY concrete planters just might be the start of something wonderful for my home's curb appeal!All you need are a few pavers, landscape-block adhesive, and a little time. Wait 24 hours for everything to cure and you're ready to move your new…
Gardens to Craft
Provide drainage while keeping large pots light: Cut dollar store pool noodles and use as drainage material instead of stones. Large planters will be light enough to move later if needed.....