Jun , Remove the tape, then use a level to mark a pencil line along the entire wall to use as your level edge for adding the support (basically, you re going to match the straight edge of The white container on the right is an old kitchen container from Goodwill that I snagged last weekend (maybe a cookie jar )
Oct , Here s a solution to stop erosion on a hillside and create an easily navigable terrace garden This helps keep costs down so that I can continue providing high quality content to you for free When the edges of the plate are level (all on the same elevation contour), the water stays on the plate However
Oct , Renown Unique The very last variety to bloom in our garden, this peony flowered beauty is the top requested variety we grow Each massive as they are tall We plant thousands of tulips every year in our unheated hoop houses utilizing a technique that involves digging out a ft wide, deep trench.
Dec , Holiday DIY Garden Made Forced Bulbs and Gift Tags Planting bulbs in soil is the most obvious choice and makes for a stable base for tall flowers like paperwhites Start with a clean Mason jar and line the bottom with an inch of half inch diameter stones Top the stones with a few inches of soil and set
Mar , If I had to create an award for the best houseplant for beginners, the humble snake plant or Mother In Law s Tongue would win it You can pretty much ignore this plant for a month and it will be fine They have a beautiful and striking appearance in your home, and even remove toxins (benzene,
May , This helps keep costs down so that I can continue providing high quality content to you for free I appreciate your purchase Water features were an essential component of these early day gardens, as was the need to border the garden with trees or shrubs to create a formal boundary and keep wildlife out.
Mar , If you re removing the entire height of the wall, the easiest way is to cut the stud in half in the center, then twist the top and bottom pieces out We rested it on the edge of the jack stud, and tapped the top edge into place with a small sledge, alternating between top and bottom edges until it was fully seated.