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Illustration: Arthur Mount; Photo inset: Andrew McCaul | thisoldhouse.com | from All About Landscape Lighting

Illustration: Arthur Mount; Photo inset: Andrew McCaul | thisoldhouse.com | from All About Landscape Lighting

Another great idea for your patio this is absolutely awesome when it flowers. So easy and cheap to make.

Another great idea for your patio this is absolutely awesome when it flowers. So easy and cheap to make.

Brick Raised Vegetable Beds | Once all of the stones were in place, we draped each garden bed with ...

Brick Raised Vegetable Beds | Once all of the stones were in place, we draped each garden bed with ...

How to Build:  Nice idea for a red brick accent in the yard.  http://www.epa.gov/solidwaste/conserve/smm/wastewise/pubs/commonmats.pdf?utm_content=buffera31c8&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

How to Build: Nice idea for a red brick accent in the yard. http://www.epa.gov/solidwaste/conserve/smm/wastewise/pubs/commonmats.pdf?utm_content=buffera31c8&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer

You don't always need to build a big green house, why not try a mini greenhouse made from recycled bricks & windows. Grow your own food

You don't always need to build a big green house, why not try a mini greenhouse made from recycled bricks & windows. Grow your own food

Garden ideas

Garden ideas

Mini raised garden beds @ its-a-green-lifeits-a-green-life

Mini raised garden beds @ its-a-green-lifeits-a-green-life

Toxin-free Insect Traps: 1 cup of sugar,  1 cup of apple cider vinegar, 1 banana peel. Put peel in milk jug, then add sugar and vinegar. Fill 2/3 full of hot water, swish to dissolve sugar.

Toxin-free Insect Traps: 1 cup of sugar, 1 cup of apple cider vinegar, 1 banana peel. Put peel in milk jug, then add sugar and vinegar. Fill 2/3 full of hot water, swish to dissolve sugar.

Great Place to get more ideas for your garden! Raised, hugel, urban, whatcha got? Please come and add some pictures of your own.

Great Place to get more ideas for your garden! Raised, hugel, urban, whatcha got? Please come and add some pictures of your own.

Trench composting - Dig a short one foot ditch, chop yard trimmings and food scraps, and mix them into the soil in the bottom four inches of the trench. Resume digging the trench until the materials are covered and a new trench is formed.  When creating any kind of compost pile, avoid using material that re-sprouts, such as willow, alder, and Bermuda grass.

Trench composting - Dig a short one foot ditch, chop yard trimmings and food scraps, and mix them into the soil in the bottom four inches of the trench. Resume digging the trench until the materials are covered and a new trench is formed. When creating any kind of compost pile, avoid using material that re-sprouts, such as willow, alder, and Bermuda grass.