Category Archive: DIY For The Garden

How To Build A Garden Potting Bench From Pallets

How To Build A Garden Potting Bench From Pallets Even if you love gardening, repotting plants can feel like a real chore if you have to scavenge for supplies in the dark corners of the garage. Park them on a dedicated workstation, however, and you’ll never waste time hunting them down again.Working with a potting bench …

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How To Build An Outdoor Cob Oven For $20

How To Build An Outdoor Cob Oven For $20 This is not the first time we have posted about building an outdoor DIY Cob/Clay oven (sometimes also know as a pizza oven). I actually prefer this DIY build tutorial from ‘Home Grown And Healthy. It is a lovely and personal post, with great photos that …

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Above Ground Pool With DIY Pallet Deck

Above Ground Pool With DIY Pallet Deck A lot of us have the dreams of owning a lovely home in a “good” neighborhood with a swimming pool but this is just not possible for a lot of us. Just as I thought I had seen it all… this came along. I did an article the other week which showed …

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Easy DIY Plastic Bottle Mosquito Trap

Easy DIY Plastic Bottle Mosquito Trap Mosquitoes are out in full force right now because warm weather allows a mosquito egg to become an adult in less than a week.  This step by step tutorial of how to build a homemade mosquito killing trap draws them into their death. Mosquitoes carry many different diseases that …

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41 Fast And Clever Backyard Upgrades You Should Do Now

41 Fast And Clever Backyard Upgrades You Should Do Now A coat of paint on the walls and some landscape can really improve the look of your home, but there are some other ways that you can upgrade its appearance that are fast, functional, and affordable. Whether you want beauty or functionality or both, there …

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Garden Inspiration: Build an Amish Cold Frame

Garden Inspiration: Build an Amish Cold Frame You might think that the growing season has a finite beginning and end: the last frost in spring and the first frost in fall. But, in fact, many gardeners try to start planting and harvesting when frost still threatens. With a simple coldframe, you can extend your season …

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