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To think of some of these I have seen at garage sales and didn't buy, because I would never let food near them.  Shame on me.

24 Creative Garden Container Ideas ~ Because they’ve already got the holes for drainage, they’re perfect for potting plants! I love the idea of using a colorful vintage pasta strainer. Lovely for indoors or out.

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fancy pallet succulents

Upcycled Pallet Persuasion: Pallet succulent garden at Guisados in Silverlake, Los Angeles Order the taco sampler if it's your first time, but take notes!

KOKEDAMA El riego depende del tamaño de la kokedama y del tipo de planta pero por norma general se suelen regar una vez cada dos semanas en invierno y dos veces a la semana en verano. Para ello basta con sumergir la bola de musgo en un cuenco con agua y esperar a que dejen de salir burbujitas. Después se sacan del cuenco y se deja escurrir el agua sobrante. Adicionalmente si el tiempo es muy seco, se puede pulverizar el musgo con agua para mantenerlo verde.

What Is A Kokedama: Tips On Making Kokedama Moss Balls in Gardening Projects, Gardening How To

Hypertufa  Concrete  Pots - using perlite, portland cement, and peat moss

33 Shades of Green: Making Hypertufa Pots ( equal parts perlite, peat moss and portland cement)

Bring home the beach! Create your own beach garden in a pot.

10 Ways to Bring the Beach Vibe to Your Home

Mini beach garden - what a cool idea! If you love the beach, use a pot to bring a bit of it home with you. A little sand, a few beachy plants, and a bit of driftwood is all you'll need.

by Lila B....posted by the 2014 San Francisco Flower & Garden Show

If a room could be a room, filled with small rooms, in each we would place plants. Here is our homage to the Terrarium, the Wardian Cases of yore! The Terrarium is a closed environment…


Lorikeet by Ashley Le Quere, via Behance

Urban Spaces

Don’t let that hold you back from growing greener pastures. Decks, balconies, walls, bookshelves, and even …

Hemera Technologies/PhotoObjects.net/Getty Images Recipes homemade plant-food recipe that will extend the life of cut flowers: one can of a lemon-lime citrus soda (not diet) with three cans of water, and add 1.2 mL of bleach. An eyedropper with milliliter markings takes the guesswork out of measuring the bleach. As an alternative, use: 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 teaspoon bleach and 2 teaspoons lemon or lime juice dissolved in 1 quart of lukewarm water.

Homemade Flower Food for Fresh-Cut Flowers

Homemade Flower Food for Fresh-Cut Flowers with 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 teaspoon bleach and 2 teaspoons lemon or lime juice dissolved in 1 quart of lukewarm water.