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Great, inexpensive idea to create a little privacy; a few fast growing vines and some fishing line.... Easy as that! ☀️

Morning glory porch screen -- You can't eat morning glories but you can use this idea to grow green bean plants that run, such as pole beans or half runners. It will make it easier to pick them plus provide some shade and privacy on your porch.

Vertical herb garden - I really want one of these in my new home.

Modern and eco friendly Green wall design ideas include space saving decorative vertical displays, created with outdoor and indoor plants, and vertical gardens which offer great space saving solutions for growing vegetables and edible herbs

How to Make a Kokedama, or Japanese Moss Ball Garden. Easy DIY for an interesting indoor garden that doubles as an art piece! Derived from the ancient art of bonsai.

Wild Salt Spirit: How to Make a Kokedama, or Japanese Moss Ball Garden. Easy DIY for an interesting indoor garden that doubles as an art piece! Derived from the ancient art of bonsai.

We are in love with this DIY stone planter. But look closer - those aren't actual stones, they are made from clay! So cool! Who would have thought to do that?

NOTE: DIY Clay Stones💜 We are in love with this DIY stone planter. But look closer - those aren't actual stones, they are made from clay! Who would have thought to do that?

Rooting plants in water in glass vases.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Ooh must try this! The simplest, most beautiful floral trend: rooting plants in water. All you have to do is snip a plant at the base of a leaf and place it in fresh spring water in a glass vase.

How To Re-grow Lemongrass MOSQUITOS / PEST CONTROL / ORGANIC SOLUTIONS : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Better Home Gardens: Grow your own lemongrass! Growing lemongrass is child’s play. All you need to do is plonk the stalks that you buy at the supermarket into a jar filled with about an inch or so of water and just watch it grow!