"Our Local Farmers Have Established So-Called "Flora Belts" For The Bees In Their Fields (Funen, Denmark)"
"My Dad's Japanese Garden On The First Sunny Day Of 2019"
"My Dad’s Creation To Support The Single Orange I Managed To Grow"
"After Clearing Out A Wheelchair, Three Mismatched Shoes, A Deflated Ball And A Buried Chunk Of Brick Wall, I Finally Have My Very First Garden"
"This Was Just A Pile Of Dirt When We Moved Here 2 Years Ago"
"Pallet Planter Box For Cascading Flowers"
"Hubs Deployed And Said I Could Build A Garden To Keep Me Busy. Never Built Anything Before, Did My Best And Can't Wait To Show Him"
"Dragon Fruits On My Rooftop Garden"
"Everyone Said I Was Out Of My Mind 3 Years Ago When I Started Growing A Pineapple From One I Bought At The Grocery Store. Well Who's Laughing Now"
"Incorporating Rain Into Your Garden"
"My Grandma Is Very Proud To Show You Her Garden"
"The Poison Garden Established In 2005 By The Duchess Of Northumberland. The Garden Contains Over 100 Deadly And Hallucinogenic Plants"
"Grow A Sunflower House For The Kids To Play In"
"A Beautifully Coloured Glass Greenhouse At The North Brooklyn Farm's Community Garden"
"A Year After We Got Rid Of The Drought Tolerant Weeds And Planted Drought Tolerant Flowers, Yard Is In Full Effect"
"Just Made A Garden With My Mom, She Think It Looks Terrible But I Like It"
"I Want My Lawn To Feed Me Not Vice Versa"
"My Garage Wall When I Bought My House In 2016 To Now. Still A Work In Progress, But It’s Coming Together"
"Built A Planter Box Bench This Past Weekend. What Do You Think?"
"Last Spring I Converted Our Front Lawn To A Vegetable Garden. Today We Opened A Little Community Seed Library To Encourage Neighbors To Get Growing Too"
"A Bit Late To The Party, But Here's My Lockdown Garden Transformation"
"Hello, I’m Alessandro And This Is My Urban Garden In London, UK. I’m Also Passionate About Beekeeping And I Do Everything 100% Organic"
"A Little Garden Lighting Project"
"A Couple Of Years Ago I Threw A Pineapple Top In The Dirt To Compost. Today I'm Harvesting These Two Beauties"
"Tried To Organize My Patio Cactus/Succulent Garden"
"We've Converted Our Pool Into An 80,000l Underground Rainwater Tank With Raised Vegetable Garden Beds On Top"
"What A Difference A Few Years Can Make. Idea 2017 vs. Established Garden 2020"
"Outdoor Table With Integrated Herb Garden"
"I Scarred A Pumpkin"
"First Vertical Garden. What Do You Think?"
"Planted These Tulips After A Bad Day (In The Cold) And I Told Myself As I Dug That Spring Would Come And They’d Bloom And Things Would Be Better. I Was Right! Thanks Former Self"
"The Grandparents Garden Is Looking Amazing"
"My Grandpa Built A Teepee For His Bean Plant And Planted Wildflowers On The Sides"
"I Convinced My Friend To Not Throw Away His Old Fencing And Let Me Build Him Garden Boxes"
"I Hired 9 Goats To Eat Our English Ivy Covered Backyard, 10 Days Later, Couldn’t Be Happier"
"You Guys Like Driveways? This Was My DIY Covid-19 Project"
"The Quarantine Garden I Built For My Wife"
"Gourd Tunnel Progress"
"I Had A Window Garden Starving For Sun So I Hinged It And Backed It With A Mirror. Worked Like A Champ"
"I’m Growing My Cantaloupe Vertically And They Needed A Little Support So I Crocheted Some Tiny Little Hammocks"
"Vertical Strawberry Garden With Up-Cycled Milk Jugs"
"Re-Purposed Bird Cages To Keep The Critters Out Of My Starts. Plus, I Can Cover Them At Night If It Gets Too Chilly"
"First Major Gardening Project - Hexagonal Garden Beds"
"Downspout With A Vertical Garden In Seattle"
"How To Regrow Romaine Lettuce From The Stem"
"1. Eat your purchased lettuce, cutting the leaves at about 1 inch from the bottom.
2. Place remaining stem in a shallow dish of water (about 1/2 inch).
3. Place on a window sill or under grow lights.
4. Change water in bowl every 1 to 2 days.
5. Watch your lettuce grow. It is truly remarkable how quickly the new shoots start. You may also notice that roots will start to grow on the bottom.
6. After 10-12 days, your lettuce is going to be as big as it will likely ever get. It’s not going to be a full head of lettuce, it’ll just be enough to top a sandwich or make a small salad. But how cool is that!
7. If you leave your lettuce beyond this point, it will become spindly and bitter as it attempts to produce seed. It won’t be pleasant to eat at this point. You’ll know it has reached this point when the leaves start turning a blue green color and/or the main stalk shoots up and leaves become less dense. Trust me, eat it when it’s like the photo."
"We Made An Herb Ladder From Scratch"