How To Use Coffee Grounds In Your Garden

How To Use Coffee Grounds In Your Garden
You can find many useful things for your garden in your kitchen. For example, milk, eggs or coffee. Coffee grounds can do magic in your garden, not necessarily in the ways you would expect. Coffee Grounds To Increase Plant Nutrition Coffee grounds contain 2% of nitrogen, and as these grounds decompose, the low nitrogen level... 
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How To Choose Mulch And Landscape With It

How To Choose Mulch And Landscape With It
Mulch is a miracle! Spreading a thin layer of material on top of garden soil smothers weeds, prevents both erosion and compaction, and slows evaporation so much that you can cut water use by 50 percent. Wondering how and which type to use? Here is what you need to know. The Best Kinds Of Mulch... 
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Small DIY Plant Stand From Photo Frames

Small DIY Plant Stand From Photo Frames
We’ve already shared many DIY plant stands but most of them are for big planter, so what if your plant and pot are small or even tiny? Here’s a way! Prepare 4 photo frames, wood glue, pliers, planters. Take photo frames and pliers and remove all the brackets using pliers. Put wood glue on the... 
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How To Use Milk Fertilizer On Plants Right

How To Use Milk Fertilizer On Plants Right
Milk can be a perfect fertilizer because it feeds plants with calcium, makes them virus and disease resistant. Milk contains beneficial proteins, vitamin B and sugars that are good for plants, improving their overall health and crop yields. You can use fresh milk, evaporated milk, or even powdered milk as well but you should always... 
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Easy DIY Tree Stump Side Table To Make

Easy DIY Tree Stump Side Table To Make
Need an idea to repurpose an old tree stump? Here it is! Take your tree stump and sand it. Start off with 80-grit sandpaper to get the really rough parts off, then move to 180-grit, and finish it off with 320-grit. This will help to get a super smooth finish and ensure that you won’t... 
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12 DIY Citronella Candles To Keep Insects Away

12 DIY Citronella Candles To Keep Insects Away
Spending time outdoors is so adorable now, I just can’t stay indoors! Sunlight, fresh air, the only problem may be insects flying around. Citronella essential oil is famous for keeping insects away, and the cool idea is to make some cute candles that you can light up in your garden or backyard. Such candles will... 
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DIY Upcycled Window Herb Planter

DIY Upcycled Window Herb Planter
This awesome herb planter is perfect for any window! You’ll need an old window, tin cans, spray paint for the cans and pictures to decoupage with, an old piece of pallet wood to make window shelf, six strong magnets, scissors, glue, spray varnish, hammer, nails and a drill, bee and sign template, paints suitable for... 
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How To Clean And Care For Metal Furniture

How To Clean And Care For Metal Furniture
Considered the most durable material for outdoor furniture, metal can last a lifetime if you take care of it properly. Most metal outdoor furniture is finished with paint, varnish, or powder coating to prevent rust. And, while aluminum doesn’t rust–hence its recommended use in areas near salt water–it can oxidize (which causes pitting and dulls... 
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