Hardy succulents like sedums, semperveriums, and ice plants are ideal for roof gardens, they require little soil and water, and can take long periods with not much watering.this would be really pretty as a roof to a chicken coop
9 crazy simple tips to build your emergency food supply - if not a hurricane or tornado, just having a big car repair bill can cause an emergency situation financially for lots of people. Can't hurt to prepare some.
Never store salt in metal containers. Salt leaches metals and/or elements out of the metal. You could wind up with a poisonous substance in your salt. I discuss reasons to store salt and provide step by step directions for storing it.
Wooden coat rack @ DIY Home Cuteness~Looks like art when nothing hanging on it~but makes a great rustic coat/hat rack! Sweet for cabin! Can't wait to make one with a few white birch branches added! Could decorate w/leaf,
This chart is for Zone 5 only. The site does have charts for different zones/areas. Zone 5 Vegetable planting calendar describing approximate dates to start vegetable plants indoors and outdoors relative to specific USDA P.
For my gardening reference, this will be helpful: EVERYTHING you ever wanted to know about GROWING ONIONS. the go-to site! From planting seed, seedlings & sets thru different varieties, to storing. Even includes making an onion braid!