DIY Gardening Ideas | Uses for Coffee Filters by DIY Ready at http://diyready.com/uses-for-coffee-filters-diy-projects-and-ideas

DIY Gardening Ideas | Uses for Coffee Filters by DIY Ready at http://diyready.com/uses-for-coffee-filters-diy-projects-and-ideas

My wife's brilliant idea for repurposing K-cup coffee filters.  Garden seed starter mini pots.

My wife's brilliant idea for repurposing K-cup coffee filters. Garden seed starter mini pots.

Used coffee grounds as fertilizer for nitrogen-loving plants like camellias, hydrangeas, and roses.

Coffee Grounds are great for Camellias, Hydrangeas & Roses

Used coffee grounds as fertilizer for nitrogen-loving plants like camellias, hydrangeas, and roses.

5 Ways to Use Coffee Grounds in Your Garden - Instead of tossing your coffee grounds, use these tips for how to use coffee grounds in your garden.

5 Ways to Use Coffee Grounds in Your Garden

5 Ways to Use Coffee Grounds in Your Garden - Instead of tossing your coffee grounds, use these tips for how to use coffee grounds in your garden.

Your toilet paper rolls can live beyond kids craft time or the recycling bin! Use them for starting a garden- fill with seedling soil and place seeds inside. The tubes are compostable (or you can just grab one of the top corners and tear it away when youre ready to transplant).

Your toilet paper rolls can live beyond kids craft time or the recycling bin! Use them for starting a garden- fill with seedling soil and place seeds inside. The tubes are compostable (or you can just grab one of the top corners and tear it away when youre ready to transplant).

Wine corks stuck to a piece of wood makes a dibble for even seed planting. | 41 Cheap And Easy Backyard DIYs You Must Do This Summer

41 Cheap And Easy Backyard DIYs You Must Do This Summer

Wine corks stuck to a piece of wood makes a dibble for even seed planting. | 41 Cheap And Easy Backyard DIYs You Must Do This Summer

make seed starter pots from toilet paper rolls

Creative Seed Starting Ideas

PVC trellis will last much longer, pound rebar into the ground and slide this over it. (or do in opposite direction w/short verticals of pvc & have a garden fencelet to ward off short dogs :)

PVC trellis will last much longer, pound rebar into the ground and slide this over it. (or do in opposite direction w/short verticals of pvc & have a garden fencelet to ward off short dogs :)

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