Tracey Frew
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5 DIY projects that are known to increase home value. Good to know which ones to focus on.

Should I stay or should I go? It's a question many homeowners find themselves asking and lately my husband and I have been pondering this question as well. We love our home. It's a modest 2500 square foot row home in the city with some fun charm and urban

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Pantry or window box bathroom storage - basket storage. I was thinking about putting shelves in our small bathroom with baskets on them. Or I could just skip the shelves and just hang baskets.

Use Old Coffee Grinds in your garden. Tomatoes love it!! They add nitrogen to the soil, boost foliage growth and deter pests. If you don't drink much coffee, Starbucks gives away coffee grounds in their Grounds for Gardens programs.

Mix used coffee grounds with crushed dry egg shells and tomato plant blossoms won't rot. We use to own a restaurant, and saved coffee grounds and egg shells for my Father.

So smart. Definitely going to do this!

Tomato plants like deep watering. Why waste water when you can make a simple reservoir delivery system. The photo says it all. Tomato plants like deep watering.

Sweet Tomatoes - Baking Soda in the Soil is the Trick - The Gardening Cook

Sweet Tomatoes - Just add baking soda! Just sprinkle baking soda on the soil around your tomato plants. The baking soda absorbs into the soil and lowers the acidity levels. This will give you tomatoes that are more sweet than tart.

Harvest the Rain with these 4 DIY Rain Barrels. Finally some instructions to make my own.

Roughneck Rain Barrel, totally doing this! I have been wanting to get a rain barrel but never thought of making my own. We get plenty of rain here n Florida, and the barrel will fill up fast!