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20+ Creative Uses of Concrete Blocks in Your Home and Garden

20+ Creative Uses of Concrete Blocks in Your Home and Garden Cinder blocks are just one more thing that proves concrete is awesome and here to stay. Concrete is durable, affordable, and can be make into the most stylish DIYs. The same can be said for cinder blocks! These versatile blocks don’t cost pennies like …

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How To Make a Garden Light Out of Pallet Wood

How To Make a Garden Light Out of Pallet Wood Wood pallets have been around for decades as mechanisms for shipping and storing larger items (among other things). Recently, however, wooden pallets have become much more than a once-and-done packaging piece. They have become a useful resource in home décor and design. This tutorial will …

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What To Plant Now For Your Fall Garden

What To Plant Now For Your Fall Garden So if you are lucky right now, you are tucking into loads of homegrown salad vegetables, potatoes, beans and squashes. Fall doesn’t have to be a time in your garden when your bountiful summer crops simply start to slow down. In fact, in most areas of the country, …

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How To Fix a Solar Powered LED Garden Light

How To Fix a Solar Powered LED Garden Light  I will say that the majority of us have been to certain shop and seen a great deal on some solar garden lights so you take the plunge and buy a few but after a few weeks they seem to stop working. This step by step …

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How To Build A Cold Frame For All Year Round Garden Use

How To Build A Cold Frame For  All Year Round Garden Use [important]Remember to like Living green and frugally on Facebook  to be updated every time we find a tutorial for ways you can become self-sufficient on a budget.[/important] You might think that the growing season has a finite beginning and end: the last frost …

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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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