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Irrigation spikes - attach these spikes to old soft drink bottles to create an efficient irrigation system for your garden! The slow-drip design delivers water deep into the soil, so your plants stay nourished while you save time watering.

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Greenhouse guide: 13 incredibly useful tips

Greenhouse guide: 13 incredibly useful tips. If you want the luxury of an in-greenhouse mains supply, some plumbing is needed. A greenhouse roof harvests a surprising volume of rainwater, so store it in butts. Watering techniques range from devotional use of a watering can to a semi-automatic system if you’re away from home a lot.- Telegraph

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from TreeHugger

Harvest the Rain with these 4 DIY Rain Barrels

Great way to use Rain water to irrigate gardens

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Ingenious watering ideas. I would brace it against the box so water flows up to make a better drain out when off.

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from The Thrifty Couple

How to Make a DIY Rain Barrel from a Garbage Can

Today's featured DIY project is a great one because we are entering a lovely rainy season soon! Collecting rain water is a convenient, thrifty and green way to water your yard. But not only that, is is a cleaner, more natural way to care for your gardens, yard and landscape. There's an article...

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Bucket drip kits, a one time cost of $12, allow growing vegetables during the dry season using drip irrigation.

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Downspout runoff can cause flooding around the foundation of your house and lead to foundation damage and wood rot.

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from blessmyweeds.com

Easy Tips for Growing Lavender

Easy Tips for Growing Lavender. Pin now read next spring

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Herb garden turned out nicer than I expected, almost like I planned everything from the beginning. / Steve Wilson/DFW.com

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