How to Grow Garlic - Soap Deli News
Learn how to plant garlic! Just one clove of garlic can produce up to an additional twenty cloves so don't toss those sprouted cloves, plant them instead!
Propagating Succulents — Needles + Leaves
How to propagate succulents from cuttings and leaves. If you’re anything like me, you probably love to have succulents in the house. I try to keep them in bright windows that get plenty of light, but sometimes they can still get leggy. This happens when a plant isn’t getting enough light and it sta
DIY Monogram Planter Tutorial
This extra large monogram planter will add some beautiful color to your front walkway! Built with cedar to withstand watering and weathering, plus you can easily re-plant when this season's blooms are done. Tutorial from Ellery Designs on Remodelaholic.co
17 Awesome DIY Concrete Garden Projects • The Garden Glove
Want to try some concrete in the garden? These DIY concrete planters, benches, fire pits and even concrete edging projects can change your garden!
How to Build an Inexpensive Cold Frame in Under 30 Minutes With No Tools - Appalachian Feet
For over ten years I have grown my own garden transplants by carrying the seed trays out into the sun on warm days and bringing them in every evening. In the last 3 years, I was juggling over 20 trays in and out of the house. This method uses natural light to produce strong, non-leggy transplants — but if you’re...
Going on Vacation? 3 DIY Self Watering Ideas for the Garden • The Garden Glove
If you are like most of us, sometime this summer you might want to leave town for a few days. Really inconvenient from the point of view of your container... Read More
Making Hypertufa Pots
*Today I am sharing my guest post that was posted last week over at Remodelaholic. . I made these hypertufa pots after seeing this article in the March 2010 issue of Martha Stewart Living Magazine. My Mom and I made hypertufa pots a few years ago using a similar method. They were larger than these and not quite as cool! When I saw this article I knew I had to try again. It's actually a pretty easy project. . . Supplies you will need: - Various containers. You can use almost anything but I…
Growing Ginger Roots from the Grocery Store
Getting ginger to form roots is very easy, provided you follow a few crucial steps to keep them from rotting. The trick is to plant ginger roots when it's warm outside, plant them in sphagnum moss or another breathable medium and go easy on the water until they form leaves and can be repotted. Here's a quick tutorial with a video and pictures. First of all, here's a video in which I explain how to grow ginger and other grocery store ingredients such as pineapples, sugar cane and coconuts. I…