Le goutte à goutte solaire est un système d’arrosage très efficace, simple et économique qui peut aider des millions d’agriculteurs dans le monde à obtenir une augmentation de leur production tout en utilisant jusqu’à 10 fois moins d’eau.
Do you want to grow your own garden at home but are space confined? Now there’s a solution for you! Here is a new concept in home gardening called Triolife Plant Pyramid that allows you to plant any type of garden in a limited space by growing vertically! Isn’t it innovative? The design is very unique and looks like a staircase garden. Actually its patented design allows the root system to take advantage of a large soil volume to ensure maximum growth for all of your plants. Another interesting fact is that when you point one corner of the Triolife Plant Pyramid north, it will ensure all sides get sun. This vertical garden is very practical for urban gardening.
Berry is the mature fruit of berry tree, also known as berry fruit, berry date.
Farmers like its ripe fruit because it is sweet and juicy. It's one of the popular fruit people eat.
Mature berry taste good, with a large, flesh, purple color and lot of sugar.
Harvest in April to June each year when the fruit is ripe, some people brew wine with berry.
Planting seedlings in a pot : amazon
There are two seedlings in each tiny compartment of my seed tray. I snipped away the smaller ones with a manicure scissors —from the four seedling I planted (in the last blog). I pull out the plug of soil and seedling (doesn’t matter how) when their roots come out the bottom of the compartment. If they are too fragile to pull out, they are not yet ready to be repotted or they are spindly unhealthy plants. I cut the plants apart with a sharp knife, and put them into a pot of compost. And no, it’s not too rich. The compost costs me nothing and, because the growing season is more erratic than ever, I need to strengthen these plants faster than in years past. The cold hangs around later; the wind, when it comes up, is intense; and the drought begins earlier each year. When I plant them into the earth they will go into a deep hole filled with compost.

REAL SIMPLE FOOD: GRILLED ONIONS

Peel and cut onion to remove the center bulb and its roots. Save center and toss onion pieces in a liberal amount of olive oil and place in a oven-proof pan. Bake in center of hot oven tossing occasionally. When the majority of the pieces are crisp on the edges–golden brown–turn out onto paper towel, dry off the majority of the oil, salt and serve hot. The photo below is of quartered onions in which the center was not removed. They hold together better but they are not always cooked consistently throughout. And then, of course, there is no recycling.
A few weeks ago the girls and I did a project that I've been enjoying every day since.  We repurposed 2 liter bottles and turned them into self-watering planters for starting our tomatoes and cucumbers indoors.  They've been sitting on the window sill near my desk and I've been watching them grow every day.  It's been the perfect antidote for the bummer weather we've been having here in Seattle.
I've tried starting seeds indoors several different ways over the years.  So far this is my favorite method because the soil is always exactly the right moisture level and it's very easy to see with the naked eye when it's time to add water to the planter.  There's no guesswork involved and the plants seem to love it.

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1 .If you remove the runners, at the base of the plant, you can produce MUCH more berries! When the runners are gone, the plant is able to receive more nutrients which will yield more.

2 .Choose a strawberry cultivar that is known to produce a large berry crop. Most people say that short-day varieties will give you the most strawberries.

Planting

As most blueberry bushes can grow very large, the best option for a patio or other urban garden is to plant a dwarf variety. Blueberry bushes begin producing after about three years, so you’ll have berries in a more timely manner if you buy a plant that is a couple years old as opposed to starting from seed. We recommend the dwarf ‘Tophat’ variety, or any of the interesting varieties produced by BrazelBerries, such as ‘Jellybean’ or ‘Peach Sorbet’— both perfect for containers.
Dwarf blueberries prefer an acidic soil with pH between 4.0 and 5.5. You can buy test kits from your local nursery to test your soil pH. If your soil pH is too high, you can add peat moss to bring it down; if your soil pH is too low, you can add a little bit of dolomite lime to the soil. You can also buy acidic soil from nurseries if you would prefer.
Grow blueberries in a large pot as they need the space to grow well. 12″-16″ in diameter should suffice.
To eliminate the guesswork in selecting the right size containers for your plants, we’ve put together a list of commonly grown herbs, veggies, fruit and flowers along with the minimum pot sizes required by each.

January-February

Order seeds and garden supplies. Prepare lights and tools for starting seeds. Clean and maintain garden tools.

March

Frost seed white dutch clover in yard and garden paths where weeds are under control.

Finish pruning fruit trees. Fertilize when buds start to swell.

Second week: Start indoors, Onions, brassicas (broccoli, cabbage, kale, collards, kohlrabi,etc.), parsley, lettuce, celery root.

Plant outdoors as soon as soil is workable and reaches 40 degrees: mustard, chard, onion sets, kohlrabi, radish, arugula, peas, fennel, parsley, parsnips, leeks, raddichio, beets, kale, rhubarb, asparagus, shallots, spinach.
I realized quickly that that beautiful shiny stuff will wash right off if you don’t protect it with something. So I used Krylon Crystal Clear Gloss to spray the individual pieces. It’s non-yellowing and good for indoor and outdoor projects. (This step isn’t necessary if you’re using CDs.) I’m not sure how well it will hold up to constant submersion, but I have a plan to deal with that later. And in case you’re tempted to spray the DVDs before cutting them, I think it’s better to wait so you can get all the edges covered too. Just spray them several times from different angles to be sure.
Firstly, you can take clippings from any type of increased, you just need to create sure that you choose lengthy, powerful, healthier arises from this year's development. Do not use clippings from old wooden as they are extremely unlikely to take!

Make the clippings between 10 inches wide to a feet in total, reducing above a bud at the top to eliminate the capture tip and below one at the platform. Keep one foliage at the top and eliminate all the reduced results in.
For me, one of the highlights at Coton Manor Garden in Northamptonshire has always been the sturdy willow and hazel supports around the roses. If I had a country estate, I'd have the same—instead of buying readymade versions that too often seem to have been built to fit into the back of a car rather than the garden. The other day
Making your own supports in situ is perfectly possible, and they will be tailored to the individual requirements of your roses or clematis or clump of asters. You don't need a team of gardeners; just an ax, a mallet, and the ability to form a circle.
Using different plant material for twisting can lead to some wonderful color combinations, though it will fade after about six weeks.
Building the raised bed frame.
Select a non-toxic material such as untreated wood, modular blocks, or recycled plastic lumber. Also, check out the Internet for raised bed kits options. Remember to reinforce the corners of the structure with brackets or wood blocks for extra structural stability. Don’t use railroad ties or pressure treated boards that contain any creosote or arsenic.
Some of the best memories of summer are those of lazy evenings spent with friends and family, enjoying a meal with good company and good food in beautiful weather. Get your backyard ready for entertaining with a few projects, and yours will be the house that everyone loves to come to! Our guest today has an awesome patio table building plan for you. And it has a secret that your guests will love: built-in ice boxes, perfect for keeping your drinks cool!
This project is amazing. Not only does this DIY project from homesthetics clean up the area by putting some old tires to good use, but it actually beautifies the landscape and creates a tranquil, relaxing spot to kick back and just enjoy life.  It’ll attract birds while you upcycle something that won’t recycle into the environment otherwise. A win-win!
Découvrez la révolution Rolling-Deck® ! Grâce à cette terrasse mobile de piscine vous passez de terrasse à piscine en un instant et vous sécurisez le bassin avec esthétisme..
Fire pits can take up a lot of coveted backyard space. That’s why I love this fire pit, grill, and table combo. What? Yup! It’s as awesome as it sounds! It’s not a 3-in-1 DIY but it is a really awesome product. I wish I could have this for summer. It would be a little ‘over-grill’ for my backyard. It’s a too big for my patio/yard space and there are one two many control freaks that would flip out about not having sole grill power. Lol. I wonder if it gets too smokey while sitting around? I hope not! I’d learn to deal if it did, it’s too cool to not love!
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Do you have problems with involving your kids in garden works? Maybe this project will fascinate them enough to help you in further gardening. Thanks to this idea they will feel like the owners of their own garden space, especially if there will be a place for their art.
Recycled Wind Bottle Torch

In any of my design work, whether for clients or for myself, I’m most proud when I can find a solution that’s highly creative and effective while keeping resources to a minimum. This is totally inexpensive (around $5-bucks). Plus it’s a great way to recycle a wine bottle.
I usually use the cheaper Garden Hanging Baskets with the shaped coir liner, as these are easier to plant into than the better quality coco fiber type. This one is in a package of 10, so you can make several spheres. Any size will work, from 10 inches in diameter to 16 - keep in mind, the bigger the sphere, the heavier it will be!
Sometimes, cheaper is better.
I have a dream... that some day I can grow those amazing cascading flower baskets like the ones from Bloom Master.  My home town has been hanging those baskets for the last 5-10 years or so, and they make main street look amazing.  My Mom plants them too, and her yard looks amazing.  I bought some of the large Bloom Master pots years ago thinking the cascading flowers would look awesome hanging off the back deck.  However the sun is really harsh during the afternoon, it gets overly windy, and every year I fail.  My flower pots look ok, but not full and stunning.  So this year, I'm trying it again but in the front yard where the flowers will be more protected.  I also want to dress up a window that's a little boring.  I built a large planter box out of pallets, since it is made from pallets I won't feel bad ruining the wood.  I'll post periodic updates to show the progress of the wave petunias, hoping for amazing!
All you need is a small amount of vertical space around a balcony or an open window which can hang or store a vertical array of drink bottles that can grow all your herbs and lettuce easily. Recycle as many of your plastic drink containers. Make sure they are roughly the same size. Remove the labels. The larger 2 litre soft drink containers are ideal.

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1 whiskey barrel (drained)
1 bag of all purpose rock
2 bags of potting soil
1 bag of mulch
Plants
Whether on the deck or inside by a window, the Cold Hardy Avocado Tree offers dual functionality: it's a resilient plant on the patio and a reliable producer of fruit in the kitchen.

Able to withstand frigid temperatures as low as 18 degrees, from Green Bay to Tampa Bay, the Cold Hardy Avocado lives up to its name. Producing an abundant yield of fruit for more than half the year, in colder climates, just bring it in during winter months and watch your tree continue to grow.
After a visit to Sorrento Italy in April of 2000, we were immediately smitten with all the wonderful lemon trees adorning the Italian coastline. All throughout Amalfi and Sorrento we saw gorgeous scenes of Sorrento lemon trees in terra cotta pots adorning house fronts, store fronts and cobblestone alley ways.

We knew right there and then we wanted something equally picturesque in our backyard. So, we planted a lemon tree in a container!

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