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DIY Glow in the Dark Stepping Stones | Hunker
Stepping stones that glow in the dark make a helpful and attractive addition to a dark pathway. They also don't require electricity, which makes them useful in areas where there are no electrical outlets.
Homemade butterfly feeder
According to a study published in the June 2003 issue of "Conservation Biology," there are 561 known butterfly species in the US and Canada, while there are only 56 butterfly species remaining in British counties, as a result of disappearing habitat.
Good Things for...Hoses?
While looking through a past issue of Martha Stewart Living (I prescribe myself at least one issue a day, and this one was the July 2001 issue) I came across three Good Things that I felt I had to share, given the season. All of them are connected to the rural outdoors and to the use of hoses. I've always been a sucker for themes. This is a Good Thing I've always loved. As a frequent cottage-goer and beach comber this time of year, there was something very alluring about its casual…
Dry Creek Bed for Drainage
Here's what you'll need : A set of plain gray 2"x8"x16" concrete stones form the base layer. The channel is created by retaining wall blocks set as the borders. Inside the channel Rock pebbles will add that decorative touch that disguises the gray blocks. via : growing the home garden
Disney world does this! Lowes sells the 4 to 6" round PVC pipe with holes already drilled. Purchase an end cap, fill with rock, soil, and plant. I will often put these in the center of a very large pot to stabilize, and add amazing height and color to a container that has trailing plants (no end cap or rock needed if you are placing in a container) - home -2- me
Disney world does this! Lowes sells the 4 to 6" round PVC pipe with holes already drilled. Purchase an end cap, fill with rock, soil, and plant. You can put these in the center of a very large pot to stabilize, and add amazing height and color to a container that has trailing plants (no end cap or rock needed if you are placing in a container)
How to make a flower tower
Tools you'll need: Leather palm or cut-resistant work gloves Utility knife Garden spade Aviation snips or tin snips Scissors Materials you'll need : 4-foot galvanized wire fencing with 2-inch x 4-inch openings Landscape fabric 6-inch black zip ties 13 1⁄2-inch flower pot You can Get the instructions from Here. via : The Home Depot