➡ Growing Blueberries in Containers Good news! It’s easy to grow blueberries in containers on your deck or patio. That’s a boon for small-space gardeners—and it’s fun to have the berries to pick at the outdoor breakfast table even when you have a blueberry hedge elsewhere in your yard. Blueberries are at the top of the health-boosting hit parade and they’re popular with all ages.
Create new plants by taking cuttings and encouraging them to grow roots. This how-to shows you how to propagate Soft Fruit including Raspberries, Thornless Blackberries, Redcurrants, Blackcurrants, and more! #gardening
Pathmate Random Stone Mold : We also used chicken wire as an underlayment to keeps stones from moving, however we used on an uneven dirt area. It turned out wonderful and stones don't move. It turned an uneven area with a big willow tree into a usuable shaded patio area. Water still gets through to our willow. It's been in a year and still looks great. We also used concrete stain after to give it the appearance of stone, using two different colors. We used a stone base color and then…
8 Indoor Air Purifying Herbs - The following herbs can suck almost 90% of VOCs out of your room and leave you with pure, filtered air: Rosemary Lavender Basil Mint Jasmine Geranium Coffee plant Woodbine