Construction Site Sensory Play from Craftulate #playmatters #boys      I got out a boot/plant tray and added coarse sand, rocks, and old grains from the pantry(amaranth, bulghar wheat). Then I added a variety of construction site vehicles, construction workers and a crane. Oh, and a hat for F to wear. Possibly.           I put all this on a shower curtain on the floor just in case things got messy! F's face lit up when he saw

Construction Site Sensory Play- coarse sand, rocks, a variety of construction site vehicles, chalk

Hawaiian Palm The Hawaiian Palm is a very strong and beautiful houseplant…

The Hawaiian palm (Brighamia insignis) - a very unusual and decorative house plant. New leaves form in the crown and the older, lowermost leaves turn yellow and wither. Very few of these plants still remain in their natural habitat in Hawaii.

Step-by-step instructions (with recipe and photos) for DIY succulent potting soil. Making your own succulent potting soil is cheaper than buying the commercial stuff.

How To Make Your Own Succulent Soil (With Recipe!)

Step-by-step instructions (with photos) for making DIY succulent potting soil. Making your own succulent potting soil is cheaper than buying the commercial stuff.

Exactly what is and Where Do I Find Coarse Sand for Rooting Cuttings?

Exactly what is and Where Do I Find Coarse Sand for Rooting Cuttings?

Poop scoop. 2 inches of coarse sand in the coop. You’d be surprised at how this eliminates the smell! And I only scoop twice a week – still no smell. Twice a year – January and again in July – I take out all the sand and start over. During the July cleaning, I pick a hot day to scrub it down with soap and water… and the earlier the better, so it has time to dry before I replace the sand. No one will ever know I have chickens.

Poop scoop. 2 inches of coarse sand in the coop. You’d be surprised at how this eliminates the smell! And I only scoop twice a week – still no smell. Twice a year – January and again in July – I take out all the sand and start over. During the July cleaning, I pick a hot day to scrub it down with soap and water… and the earlier the better, so it has time to dry before I replace the sand. No one will ever know I have chickens.

Step 2  Lay a 1-inch drainable base of pea gravel topped by ½ inch of coarse sand in each hole.

Cast in Stone: DIY Landscape Accent

Step 2 Lay a drainable base of pea gravel topped by ½ inch of coarse sand in each hole.

Life is not a picnic, but it´s beautiful !!! Granadella Creek Kayaking (Javea)

The Granadella cove is a pebble and coarse sand beach great for scuba diving…

Silica sand is the perfect coarse sand for rooting cuttings.

Exactly what is and Where Do I Find Coarse Sand for Rooting Cuttings?

Poop scoop. 2 inches of coarse sand in the coop. You’d be surprised at how this eliminates the smell! And I only scoop twice a week – still no smell. Twice a year – January and again in July – I take out all the sand and start over. During the July cleaning, I pick a hot day to scrub it down with soap and water… and the earlier the better, so it has time to dry before I replace the sand. No one will ever know I have chickens.

So why is this wire mesh attached to my pitchfork? Because I've turned our chicken coop into one big litter box. After doing this for the last year or so, I can easily say that this method is a winner. I added a layer of coarse sand to the bottom of

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