Category Archive: Gardening

20 Brilliant Ways To Reuse And Recycle Old Tires

20 Brilliant Ways To Reuse And Recycle Old Tires Tires are everywhere and you can easily get them for free from your local garage, used ones that is. Tires are a huge headache when it comes to waste management and recycling, but there are clever DIY ways that each of us can reuse and recycle them …

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How To Build A Tomato Cage For Under $2

How To Build A Tomato Cage For Under $2 Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our  PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. You will enjoy a bigger tomato harvest if you use a tomato cage, They help to keep your …

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How To Make A Hoop House That Will Stand Up To Snow

How To Make A Hoop House That Will Stand Up To Snow I love hoop houses. You can count on a month and a half or so of extra gardening time and you can continue to grow all through the winter with a hoop house. Even better, the portable variety of hoop houses can be removed …

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How To Make Your Own Honey Extractor

How To Make Your Own Honey Extractor If you are going to the next level with your honey making, you may want to invest in making your own honey extractor to speed up and simplify the process of harnessing this nectar.A honey extractor is a mechanical device used in the honey extraction. A honey extractor …

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How To Make Homemade Plant Food

How To Make Homemade Plant Food Make sure you like Living green and frugally on Facebook  to be updated every time we find a tutorial for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient on a budget. Your plants need food — nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium — to grow healthy and strong. But they don’t know the difference …

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10 Ways To Hide Your Trash Cans

10 Ways To Hide Your Trash Cans For those of us living in tight quarters where homes are right next to each other, a trash bin cover is a great way to hide unsightly cans. Or, perhaps you want your trash cans much closer to your home but don’t want neighbors to see them. I …

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