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Put a diaper in the bottom of your potted plant underneath the soil to retain water. This is a great way to conserve water and keep them looking fresh longer!

Put a diaper in the bottom of your potted plant underneath the soil to retain water. This is a great way to conserve water and keep them looking fresh longer!


Put a diaper in the bottom of your potted plant underneath the soil to retain water. This is a great way to conserve water and keep them looking fresh longer!


super…you are great


thank you ,all of them are very useful.


Thanks I’ll look like I know what I am doing!


Thanks for great tips ! I’m glad I found you!


Great ideas thank you.


OMG! such a bunch of great ideas !!! I’m going to try them all


The bunch of ideas so helpful. Realy smart way of learning. Thanks a lot


Its very lovely to look at what you done thanks


For ‘hose hiding container’ couldn’t you decrease cost and increase recycled material useage by using palletmaterial for this?


Great thanks for the Tips which helps to make a better garden with very simple things!


Great ideas and gardening tips. Thanks a lot!!!


Great idea.


Excellent post.


Thank you for sharing these amazing ideas. I am looking forward to trying them!


Thanks so much for the bunch of great ideas.


This is amazing ! Especially the fences trick was of great help. Thanks for these amazing garden hacks .


thanks for nice idea it help us for good gardening i am from india nice !!!!!!!


Wow a lot of great and helpfull garden ideas. Thanks a lot!


good ideas


what a great ideas make gardening very entertaining


Greetings from EYGPT


Super creativas todas las ideas. Estoy maravillada.


Thanks for these usefull tips.


I really like how to grow green onions with a recycled plastic container.


I wanna try that one,thanks


For all people who love nature and gardens, nothing beats a pleasant coffee drink or book reading in your own garden. Gardening has so much fun. It helps you relax and connect with the nature that surrounds you.


Check out these creative garden hacks & tips we rounded up for you. From improving garden soil using recycled kitchen waste or creating a mini greenhouse using soda bottles to propagating rose cuttings with potatoes or making beautiful log garden planter, these garden tips and tricks are easy and affordable. With a little effort and nearly no cost, you can transform your garden into perfection!


Gardening Tips for Beginners: Make a Watering Can out of a Gallon Jug


Gardening tips for beginners: This super simple hack using an old milk jug is perfect for a new gardener that hasn’t gone out and bought a $20 watering can yet. Get the tutorial via ajourneytoadream.


DIY Wicking Bed Container Gardening


Wicking beds and self-watering plant pots can ensure less and adequate water for your plants. Get the tutorial via here.


Prevent Invasive Plants from Spreading Using a Plastic Pot


DIY Butterfly Feeder is More than Just a Pretty Garden Addition


10 Ways to Keep Weeds Out of the Garden


Put Diapers in the Bottom of Your Potted Plants to Help Your Plants Retain Their Moisture and Keep Them Looking Fresh Longer


Put a diaper in the bottom of your potted plant underneath the soil to retain water. This is a great way to conserve water and keep them looking fresh longer!


Improve Your Garden Soil Using Recycled Kitchen Waste


Grinding Eggshells Makes it Easier for Your Garden to Absorb the Calcium


Make a Garden Bed over an Existing Lawn with Cardboard


Create a Mini Greenhouse with the Help of Plastic Storage Containers


Create portable mini greenhouses out of plastic storage containers for starting seeds and nurturing young plants. Via


Or Create a Mini Greenhouse Using 2-liter Soda Bottles


Propagate Rose Cuttings with Potatoes


Saving Soil with Old Cans When Planting Deep Planters


Do Plant in a Pot in Pot Landscaping Design


Use Plastic Forks in Garden to Keep out Animals


Prevent animals from getting into your garden by strategically placing plastic forks in the soil. You could also use the fork tines to hold names of plants.


Make Your Own Rain Barrel to Water the Garden with out of a Heavy Duty Trash Can


Planting a One Pot Container Herb Garden


Rubbermaid Container Gardening


Make Cute Garden Markers with Painting Stones


Make Beautiful Log Garden Planter


Use Coffee Filters to Retain Water and Soil in Your Pots


Make Vine Tomatoes Less Tart by Adding Baking Soda to the Soil


DIY Organic Insect Spray from Natural Ingredients


Eggshells Make the Perfect Indoor Seedling Starters


Use Plastic Bottles with Holes to Create a Worry-Free Self-Watering System


DIY Cinder Block Raised Garden Bed Tutorial


Divide and Plant Your Sprouted Onions


Don’t throw away sprouted onions, you can divide and plant 7 individual onions that were growing inside the 1 big one.


DIY Endless Onion Supply


Create a Garden Pond with Recycled Tires


Create a Free-Form Backyard Pond Easily, Cheaply and Beautifully


Small ponds turn your backyard landscaping into tranquil retreats. Check out the instructions on how to build one via


Rinse Veggies Right in the Garden and Then Re-Use the Water on the Plants


Make an Easy Seed Hole Maker out of Wine Corks and a Piece of Wood


Wine corks stuck to a piece of wood makes a dibble for even seed planting. Get the tutorial via


Run Your Chickens in a DIY Chicken Tunnel


Use a Humble Plank of Wood in Any Size to Easily Edge a Lawn


What an easy way to get a straight edge for flower beds! Check out more instructions via


Make a Self-Cleaning and Self-Sharpening Garden Tool Holder


Soak Your Seeds in Warm Water 24 Hours before Sowing


Encourage plants to take root, grow faster, and stronger by soaking seeds in warm water 24 hours before sowing. Via


Re-Grow a Pineapple Simply from Planting It’s Top


Plant a pineapple head in a pot and grow another. It actually produces fruit and looks gorgeous too. Get the tutorial via


Hide Your Hose in a DIY Planter


Original article and pictures take http://hative.com/creative-garden-hacks-tips-that-every-gardener-should-know/ site

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