An inspiringly clean chicken coop

An inspiringly clean chicken coop

Clean coop tips-I saw this in hard copy months ago then couldn't remember where I read it! Have been looking for this especially for the "hammock" under the roosts.

DIY:: Perfect for the Winter Months ! Small Greenhouse Made From Old Windows !

Small Greenhouse Made From Old Antique Windows

Red Creeping Thyme: Grows 3 inches tall max - no mowing. Lemony scent. Perennial. Repels mosquitoes. Can grow as entire lawn!

Red Creeping Thyme - grows 3 inches tall so very neat, no mowing needed, beautiful fresh lemony scent, perennial. repels mosquitoes, can grow as entire lawn.

How To Build The Ultimate Compost Bin DIY

How To Build The Ultimate Compost Bin DIY Project Homestead Survival -Because I'll be using raw ingredients in my house-therefore I might as well but some of that waste to use in my garden not the city dump

CREATE AND CARE FOR A LAVENDER HEDGE; Create and Care For a Lavender Hedge Lavender plants are generally easy to care for. Learn how to create a fragrant and beautiful lavender hedge, and maintain it for years to come

Create and Care for a Lavender Hedge

Garden Design Ideas : CREATE AND CARE FOR A LAVENDER HEDGE; Create and Care For a Lavender Hedge Lavender plants are generally easy to care for. Learn how to create a fragrant and beautiful lavender hedge, and maintain it for years to come

Foot-traffic-friendly groundcovers that compete well with weeds and stay relatively short without mowing include mat-forming creeping thyme, grasslike blue sedge (Carex glauca), and mounding moss phlox (a good choice on hillsides where mowing is difficult).

Lawn-Less Yard Solutions

Foot-Traffic-Friendly Groundcovers Compete well w/weeds & Stay relatively short w/o Mowing include: Mat-forming Creeping Thyme, Grasslike Blue Sedge (Carex Glauca), & Mounding Moss Phlox (a good choice on hillsides where mowing is difficult).

Creeping Thyme. Plant in full sun to partial shade. Will tolerate all soil Zones…

Creeping Thyme: In early summer the plants are covered with stunning pinkish-rose flowers that last until the first hard frost. The stunning foliage stays all through the winter months. A very hardy perennial that attracts butterflies

The ultimate for urban chicken keeping...big enough for 8 hens and small enough to "tractor" around the yard for "pasturing," weed control and gardne bed prep. Puts those egglayers to work!

Anna's Deliciously Danish Haven

The ultimate for urban chicken keeping.big enough for 8 hens and small enough to tractor around the yard for pasturing, weed control and gardne bed prep. Puts those egglayers to work! what-the-cluck-chicken-ranching-big-or-small-flock

Bottlebrush. native Australian flower. These go mental in the park next door, so am hoping they'll love my yard too.

native Australian flower - commonly called bottlebrush - loved by all nectar loving birds. My street is lined with these.

A fruit salad tree, developed by the West Family, who established the Fruit Salad Tree Company in 1990, in New England, New South Wales, Australia, bears up to six different fruits of the same family on the one plant. All fruits retain their own individuality, with staggered ripening times.

Fruit salad tree sprouts as many as seven varieties of fruit in one tree. The combinations aren’t quite as diverse as bountiful fruit bowls — apples and peaches, for example, can’t mix. But the trees combine several members of fruit families into one.

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