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Box Frame Fence Planting: Not enough sun? Can't bend to garden? Have pets or animal visitors that destroy your plants? Use your fence as a Vertical Garden by making simple framed boxes with a shelf to elevate plants for more sun & easy access. A great garden feature too. More vertical garden design ideas @ http://themicrogardener.com/15-helpful-design-tips-for-vertical-gardens/ | The Micro Gardener

Pressure-treated wood left over from a building project turned into shadow boxes to hang on a fence. Theyre strong enough to support a gallon-size plant in a ceramic pot. little-projects-diy

How helpful!

Companion Planting Chart : find your crop in the left column then look to find good companions and bad companions. (Link is bad, but chart is readable)

Companion plants

32 companion planting tips. In case you're wondering what to plant in your garden next year, here is a cool chart with lots of companion planting tips! Too bad raspberries aren't on here, but they did really well this year with my tomatoes and cucumbers.

Pallet gardens! Brilliant.

(herb garden idea) Got Pallets? Don't feel like turning up a bunch of grass? Use a pallet as a garden bed - staple garden cloth on the backside of the pallet fill with dirt and start growing! Courtesy of: Backyard Diva

kitchen garden.

is this special or what.perfect for an herb window garden in the Kitchen. Tea cans re-purposed.love it. My favorite remains Earl Grey, for the classic cup with a lemon spice Repurposed tea tins for herb garden

a compact vegetable garden

DIY Compact Vegetable Garden Are you a little tight for space? Have you considered square foot gardening? With this project you can address both of these issues. For the original post and direction… - Vegetable Gardening

Mini office supply Bookcovers for matchboxes!

Mini Office Supply Bookcovers for Matchboxes Making mini book covers is addictive! It would be fun to use images of vintage book covers and shrink them down to make a whole bunch of cute matchboxes.