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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens added this to 7 Ecofriendly Gardening Ideas That Also Cut Chore Time
Checking my sundial, and if I did my math right, you might be under an hour's worth of ecofriendly work outside — especially if you keep that mower inside and mulch your beds. I don't know about you, but a lemonade sure sounds good right about now, even though I barely worked up a sweat. Tell us: What are your ecofriendly gardening tips?More: Why Native Gardening is So Much Better

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lauralefaix added this to garden
October 21, 2013
good idea! copy but in calcaire
gilligirl added this to gilligirl's Ideas
September 9, 2013
Gardening
richicliu added this to richicliu's ideas
September 8, 2013
reloj solar
mclozano added this to mclozano's ideas
September 8, 2013
reloj natural
Maureen Griffith added this to maureen_griffith's Ideas
September 8, 2013
Everything
Christine Segalas added this to Landscape Ideas
September 7, 2013
Sundial idea for artclass
mrabalais added this to mrabalais's ideas
September 5, 2013
sundial
mybellavida added this to mybellavida's ideas
September 4, 2013
like the sundail
vicki666 added this to garden
September 4, 2013
a pedestal with the Indian head on it in the triangle next to the drive
melikaw added this to HK ideas
September 4, 2013
sundial in backyard sculpture
lindafmg added this to Landscape
September 4, 2013
Mulch-- thedarlingsbecca Before spreading mulch, put down black and white newspaper about 3 to 4 layers of pages. They can overlap, don't have to look wonderful because you then spread your mulch an inch or two deep on top of the papers, completely covering them. To plant, wet the mulch and paper underneath, then just dig your hole for the plant in the usual way. The paper will last a year or two, then biodegrade. Each spring, I sweep aside some of the top layer of existing mulch, lay more paper, repeat the process above. You will find few weeds come through the paper and it helps maintain moisture for the plants. If planning a new planting area, don't bother digging up the grass. Lay the paper down to the shape of the area you want. Edge the outer part. Do as above. This works so well and it's so easy. Any weeds will have shallow roots or will have snuck through a section not completely over-lapped. You will be amazed at the time saved during the growing season and the extra protection given your plants for the cold weather season.
lindafmg added this to Kitchen
September 4, 2013
Mulch-- thedarlingsbecca Before spreading mulch, put down black and white newspaper about 3 to 4 layers of pages. They can overlap, don't have to look wonderful because you then spread your mulch an inch or two deep on top of the papers, completely covering them. To plant, wet the mulch and paper underneath, then just dig your hole for the plant in the usual way. The paper will last a year or two, then biodegrade. Each spring, I sweep aside some of the top layer of existing mulch, lay more paper, repeat the process above. You will find few weeds come through the paper and it helps maintain moisture for the plants. If planning a new planting area, don't bother digging up the grass. Lay the paper down to the shape of the area you want. Edge the outer part. Do as above. This works so well and it's so easy. Any weeds will have shallow roots or will have snuck through a section not completely over-lapped. You will be amazed at the time saved during the growing season and the extra protection given your plants for the cold weather season.
jesus21 added this to jesus21's ideas
May 16, 2013
sun dial sculpture
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