Homemade Weed Killer 1 gallon of white vinegar, 1/2 cup salt, Liquid dish soap (any brand), Empty spray bottle. Put salt in the empty spray bottle and fill it the rest of the way up with white vinegar. Add a squirt of liquid dish soap. This solution works best if you use it on a hot day. Spray it on the weeds in the morning, and as it heats up it will do its work.
Organic Gardening... Growing Seedlings in Recycled Containers (tutorial) | Intuition Physician
I have been saving some old boxes and cardboard tubes and plastic lids and such for the past several weeks… it’s so wonderful how you can recycle things you find around your home into something you needed and wanted, for free! Today I’ll show you two different ways to create mini-greenhouses for your precious seedlings.... Read more »
DIY Lawn Twister
One of my favorite parts of lazy summer days is playing a fun lawn game. We recently acquired a croquet set, and I’ve been thinking about other games that might be fun to take outdoors. Twister seems perfect: the soft grass cushions any falls, and everyone likes laying around in the yard, right? Try these tutorials to make your own outdoor Twister game.Katie Haines from You + Me created a Twister board on her lawn for her husband’s 40th birthday party.
Eye Level Gray Stacked Stone Brace and Curved Cap Mailbox Post-50-KITGWC - The Home Depot
Create curb appeal to your outdoor space with this elegantly designed Gray Stacked Stone Brace and Curved Cap Mailbox Post offered by Eye Level.
Downspout Trellis Gutter Cover
Beautify an unsightly downspout with our Downspout Cover Trellis. Train vining flowers to create a colorful accent to your home. Also covers mailbox posts, lamp posts, and more.
Spring project idea: Make your own outdoor seating … Every so often, I not only look at Pinterest, but I actually find a pin showcasing a project I’d like to learn more about. One such example was...
10 fast-climbing flowering vines for your garden
These fast growing climbing vines can hide unwelcome features, cover bare walls and fences, and lend an air of wildness to even the most staid landscape.