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Barn, Garden, Woods

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downspout trellis...for hops?
Here's an easy way to build a garden art easel to display flower planters and garden art. It costs around $10 to make and takes about an hour plus painting time. Garden art easels are a great way to add vertical interest to the garden and display outdoor art.
How to Make a Terra Cotta Water Filter. Dowload instructional poster.

Beauty in the Garden

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Warren hives
How to make a top bar bee hive out of a 55 gal plastic barrel


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yard art...pond area

Birds in the Garden

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how to make vanilla extract, almond extract, vanilla sugar, lemon extract, orange extract, lime extract, peppermint extract, strawberry extract and lavender sugar.
cold storage 101
5 Ways to Preserve Your Carrot Harvest

Cold Storage

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Homemade compost tumbler
Quote: "It takes two hours to set up a 300-square-foot garden that requires no roto-tilling -- no digging at all! -- and, even in drought-stricken California, only needs to be watered every ten days or so."
Worm tubes: drop in kitchen scraps and compost directly in your beds.  Like this!


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The dull and dark place under a back deck and brighten up with lighting and furniture. More Backyard Ideas on Frugal Coupon Living.
Pair o Pants Planter 2168 York ave | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Container Gardening – How to Start a Vegetable Garden

Container Gardening

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Easy Homemade Cheese: Make Fromage Blanc
Homestead Survival: How To Milk A Cow


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Well certainly NOT a mushroom house, but it gets the brain clicking....hmmmmm what else could I do?:
Mini Fairy houses & mushroom tutorial
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Fairy Gardens

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9 crops you can plant in August for fall and winter harvest. This post lets you know what crops you can plant in your garden during August and then harvest all fall and into the winter as well.
Even though its snowing today, my fingers will be in the dirt in my garden in no time!  March is an extremely busy time in the garden, and I can't wait to get out there with so much to be done.  Here's what's going on in March in the Garden.
How to Plant a Fall Garden by newlifeonahomestead: Learn when to plant a fall garden, and which crops do best during the cooler months of the year #Gardening #Fall

Fall & Year-round Garden

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Growing and Foraging for Raspberries (and their Leaves)~ An awesome edible and medicinal plant that is easy to grow and forage for! www.growforagecookferment.com
gardening projects #GardenIdeasandTips

Fruit & Berries

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In-ground trampoline--cool!
DIY Backyard Games
DIY outdoor bowling alley!

Fun & Games

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Garden Planning

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Clever tips for gardening.
When to plant vegetables


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Garden Stake Copper Glass Wind Chimes Candle by JewelsInTheGarden, $52.00
How to Add Whimsy to Your Garden! • Learn how to add whimsy to your garden and check out these great ideas to make your garden a place people want to come back to!

Garden Bones

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How To Get Rid of Flea Beetles In Your Garden

Garden Pests

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Garlic is not only an incredible culinary and medicinal plant, but is also incredibly easy to grow in your home garden!  In this post, you'll find all that you need to know about growing, harvesting, and storing garlic.  Homestead Honey | http://homestead-honey.com
Curing Garlic
Growing Garlic : How to Properly Plant Garlic (Video) - 6 inches apart, 2.5 inches deep

Garlic, Onions & Chives

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How to create a composting toilet system with a flush toilet, a worm-composting bin and a filter bed. Nothing is wasted and the garden is given nutrient dense organic matter.
Septic Tank Tip: An inexpensive way to keep your septic system working properly, is to take one packet of dry yeast and a box of brown sugar and pour this down your toilet about every 3-4 months.  Pinner says, "I learned about this many years ago, and during the 12 years I’d been doing this, I never had a problem with the septic system. Seems the yeast and brown sugar put beneficial bacteria back into your system, that may have been diminished through the use of chemical cleaners & etc."
great guide to building a greywater greenhouse

Grey & Waste Water

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Hanging Baskets

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favourite quote
Snow day!


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A water pump that needs no electricity or fuel...


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Instructions, how to make lye from wood ash
Hmmm...beer can shingles

Managing the Farm

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Canning Meat - Beef, Chicken, Turkey and other favorites
Homemade Breakfast Sausage
A Beginner’s Guide To Roasting A Whole Pig

Meat Processing

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patio? kitchen? bath? Love it!
This could be a fun project with little ones, go on a thrift store trip for the items or set up a scavenger hunt with nifty items and then the culmination is making their very own planter for the summer.
Garden Junk Inspiration Albums / Bowling Balls.


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