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Plantio de abacaxi, o ciclo é de aproximadamente 18 meses... Recomenda-se retirar as folhas de baixo e esperar secar um pouco durante dois dias. Depois, colocar na água até aparecer as raízes e em seguida plantar em um vaso. Deve-se trocar a água em dias alternados. http://www.ipa.br/resp18.php

Plantio de abacaxi, o ciclo é de aproximadamente 18 meses... Recomenda-se retirar as folhas de baixo e esperar secar um pouco durante dois dias. Depois, colocar na água até aparecer as raízes e em seguida plantar em um vaso. Deve-se trocar a água em dias alternados. http://www.ipa.br/resp18.php

It's supposed to be a greenhouse but I think it'd be a great idea for a backyard daybed that you can cover when you're not using it

DIY Covered Greenhouse Garden: A Removable Cover Solution to Protect Your Plants

It's supposed to be a greenhouse but I think it'd be a great idea for a backyard daybed that you can cover when you're not using it

Planting Trees From Twigs | Save Money & Watch Your Garden Grow! | Gardening & Homesteading Tips And Ideas by Pioneer Settler at http://pioneersettler.com/planting-trees-from-twigs/

Grow Trees From Twigs on Your Homestead

Planting Trees From Twigs | Save Money & Watch Your Garden Grow! | Gardening & Homesteading Tips And Ideas by Pioneer Settler at http://pioneersettler.com/planting-trees-from-twigs/

I want to do something like this in my garden one day.

Growing Green Art Made from Marvelous Moss

12 Great DIY Greenhouse Projects | The Garden Glove

12 Great DIY Greenhouse Projects

Grow green onions on a window sill - this totally works.  I have always used spring onions for the white parts but have been using the green bits even more so I have sacrificed one bunch of white bits to grow more green and they're already an inch taller!

Grow green onions on a window sill - this totally works. I have always used spring onions for the white parts but have been using the green bits even more so I have sacrificed one bunch of white bits to grow more green and they're already an inch taller!

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