Brenda McFarland

Brenda McFarland

Brenda McFarland
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very cool idea. if I ever wanted to try gardening

I LOVE this. This would make the perfect strawberry tower. I wonder if you could plant each side with something different, like an herb side, a strawberry side, a salad side and a flower side?

How cool is this?!? Outdoor sink. No {extra} plumbing required. great for the kids to wash hands outside. connects to any outside spigot.

No extra plumbing required. great to wash hands outside. connects to any outside spigot. No extra plumbing required. great to wash hands…

planted seams - very pretty

Garden design by carolyn mullet: Plant stairs with succulents - this actually works very well, the succulents thrive on the heat from the stone in summer. If you periodically wash the stairs off with a hose, that's enough water for the plants.

Weather:  Fill the cup with water.  Put shaving cream on top for a cloud.  Explain that when clouds get really heavy with water, it rains! Then put blue food coloring on top of the cloud, and watch it rain.

Never thought of using shaving cream for clouds. Weather: Fill the cup with water. Put shaving cream on top for a cloud. Explain that when clouds get really heavy with water, it rains! Then put blue food coloring on top of the cloud, and watch it rain.

totally cool

more like Science kids! they call this elephant toothpaste. science experiment for kevin more like Science kids! they call this elephant toothpaste. science experiment for kevin

Mountain Dew + baking soda + peroxide = Lantern = Hmmm?

video for DIY Glow In the Dark Mountain Dew~ inch Mt Dew in bottle, add tiny bit of baking soda & 3 capfuls of hydrogen peroxide. Shake & it glows. Pour on sidewalk to "paint". Gotta try!

Catching a Rainbow Science Experiment

Rainbow science experiment (mixing colors)- need food coloring, milk, dish soap, shallow bowl

Science - Open up the pumpkin, add a little soil and water, and watch the seeds (which are already inside the pumpkin) grow. // FUN - need to remember this for next year!

Girl Scout friends: The Pumpkin Project. Open a pumpkin, add soil & water & watch the seeds already inside the pumpkin grow. Also links to other activities to teach about & observe the pumpkin life cycle.