10 Smart DIY Ideas To Use Eggshells In Your Garden

seed starting using eggshells

seed starting using eggshells (via 17apart)

If you like eggs and eat them often, don’t throw away the shells – they can be useful in your garden. You may already know that eggshells are great for starting seeds but you can also use them as planters for grass, small succulents or other little plants, you can create a whole garden with eggshells! Another way is to make a natural fertilizer with eggshells to give your plants calcium. Eggshells are really good against different pests, all you need is to grind them into powder and cover your plants. If you like birds and want them to visit your garden, then add eggshells to the bird food to give them calcium. Read the tutorials below and go go upcycle!

eggshells against slugs (via communitychickens)

eggshells against slugs (via communitychickens)

eggshell pest control (via mrspotter)

eggshell pest control (via mrspotter)

eggshell seedling pots (via homeologymodernvintage)

eggshell seedling pots (via homeologymodernvintage)

eggshell fertilizer (via radmegan)

eggshell fertilizer (via radmegan)

eggshell herb garden (via inhabitat)

eggshell herb garden (via inhabitat)

eggshell for organic pest control (via getbusygardening)

eggshell for organic pest control (via getbusygardening)

eggshell zen garden (via the-chicken-chick)

eggshell zen garden (via the-chicken-chick)

mini eggshell succulent garden (via whatyousowblog)

mini eggshell succulent garden (via whatyousowblog)

eggshell seed starters (via asimplepantry)

eggshell seed starters (via asimplepantry)

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