Veggie garden, orchard, farm, edibles

Collection by Alyse • Last updated 6 weeks ago


Veggies, orchard, ornamental edibles, chickens and other urban farming, deer fences. See also (my board): "Garden maintenance"


Companion plants.

Companion plants.

Raise your wheelbarrow up so you can easily mow underneath it with this sweet little 2x4 configuration.

A problem-free place for everything, including the wheelbarrow? I'll take it. From Maker/Builder/Fixer's Journal.

Aeroplus 6000 3-Stage Compost Bin |

3-Stage Composter Gives You High-Quality Compost with No Turning! Multi-stage composter provides continuous composting action Like having three bins in one! Super-strong 5mm UV-stabilized polypropylene Large capacity; holds 22 cubic feet Watch: Aeroplus 6000 3-Stage Compost Bin Three-stage composter is like having three separate bins in one space-saving unit. Here's how it works: Stage 1: Collect fresh organic matter in the large top chamber. Stage 2: Push waste…

21 Garden Design is Best for Your Inspiration - Vintagetopia

Designing a garden demands a particular level of expertise that could be honed over a very long time period or else one can learn from the very best in the organization

How to make a Berry Apron

Our neighbor made a special apron out a piece of PVC pipe, a sheet, and some rope to make his harvests of Autumn Olive berries faster and easier.

Brassica Netting – against Cabbage White Butterfly

Brassica plants were getting large, so I needed to do something about netting them against Cabbage White Butterfly. I bought some Debris Netting off eBay [although it came from Tarpaflex]. I select…

How to Make an Easy DIY Address Post - Hello Farmhouse

Learn how to make your own farmhouse DIY address post! This super easy DIY project will add some serious curb appeal to your home.

Kippenren, berging en fietsenstalling in deze stadstuin. Ontwerp en realisatie door STUDIO-BUITEN.

Kippenren, berging en fietsenstalling in deze stadstuin. Ontwerp en realisatie door STUDIO-BUITEN.

Hugelkultur: Sepp Holzer explains how burying branches, even whole trees, in raised beds allows the gardener or farmer to grow an incredible variety of food, even on the most unpromising upland or arid land. (scroll down)

RC JOURNAL: Reclaiming Dead Soil through Hugelkultur

We have a problem. Most of the land we live on (even in rural communities) is barren. That means the soil can't support life without massive injections of imported petro-chemical fertilizer's, irrigation, and mechanical labor. Worse, it takes years to...

DIY Compost Sifter

Easy DIY Compost Sifter Gardeners know the value of good compost. Everything you compost at home becomes a thriving habitat and nutritious fodder for an entire population of bacteria, bugs, worms, and fungi. What these organisms leave behind becomes nourishing fodder for plants. This compost sif ...

Hugelkultur garden bed ...start with a pile of wood, cover with soil then plant. Sounds very interesting and little effort once you get it built.

How to Make Hugelkultur Raised Beds - From the Ground Up Blog - GRIT Magazine

Learn about the benefits of Hugelkultur raised beds and how to make your own.

Staudenstütze Knick-Nix – 85 cm - Wood Ideas

Lassen Sie ihre Stauden nicht länger hängen! Geben Sie ihren Blütenstengeln Halt, damit hoch wachsen

Biopori Hole, un método natural para evitar inundaciones y enriquecer los suelos

Un método natural para aumentar la absorción de agua del suelo, además de enriquecerlo gracias al compostaje de residuos orgánicos.

Vegetables you can grow in the shade.

Vegetables you can grow in the shade.

Gardening   Mindfulness = Mindful Gardening

Gardening + Mindfulness = Mindful Gardening

Appreciate the surrounding nature and be fully present.