Why You Should Be Compartmentalizing Your Garden

August 16, 2016 by  
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Do this. Don’t do that. Be there. Be that.  It is a life skill — compartmentalizing our lives — that can be immensely helpful, detrimental or perhaps both depending on just how you play it.  One area where compartmentalizing your life…

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Why I Chose Container Gardening (And You Should Too)

June 16, 2016 by  
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The first time I ate a garden grown tomato, I felt like I had taken a bite of sunshine. I was desperate for more. Unfortunately, decades with a black thumb had proven I couldn’t keep a plant alive if I tried — and so my quest began. I spent years…

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How To Turn A Dresser Drawer Into A Vegetable Garden

December 24, 2015 by  
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When your dresser comes to the end of its life, what do you do? Why you plant a vegetable garden of course! Instead of hauling your old dresser to the dump, give it new life as a home for a beautiful garden with this creative container gardening…

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6 Surprising Fruits You Can Grow Organically Indoors in Containers!

September 10, 2013 by  
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Read the rest of 6 Surprising Fruits You Can Grow Organically Indoors in Containers! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: backyard gardening , container gardening , fruit , Gardening , lemons , mulberries , organic fruit , strawberries , sustainable food        

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Gartenkulter Makes Poetic Pots From Recycled Books

March 22, 2010 by  
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With the recent rise in popularity of electronic readers such as the Amazon Kindle and the Apple iPad , thoughts of “book extinction” have really seeped their way into design conversations. Italy-based Gartenkulter pays tribute to the tree with these beautiful planters made from old and disused books . By removing the heart of the book’s cover and pages and then creating a seal, the book becomes a home for a living and growing tree.

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