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Almost anything will grow with self-watering containers which are simply a water reservoir “connected” to the soil in the the container, allowing water to be always available to growing plants. Self-watering containers or SIP’s eliminate plants becoming stressed from lack of water. Click here on how to easily make your own with 5 gallon buckets: …

Different smart self-watering planters exist for a wide range of watering needs. Choose the best watering system for your needs!

How To Make Self Watering Planters And Eliminate Over Watering Plants

How To Make Self Watering Planters And Eliminate Over Watering Plants/ This technically isn't for the flower garden, but it sounds like a great idea.

DIY Soil Test

You can test your own soil! Take two separate cups and add your soil sample to each. In one add vinegar and the other add some water, stir and add baking soda. If nothing at all happens your soil is some what PH balanced.

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Cacoon hanging tree-house by Hang-in-out, inspired by the weaver bird’s hanging nest. The coolest hanging small tent for grown-ups and a fantastic place for kids. Images © Hang-in-out Cacoon hanging treehouse is your swing chair,

Bed Tent | 32 Things You'll Totally Need When You Go Camping --This is much cheaper than the EDAR bed tent.  Everyone Deserves a Roof, EDAR.  See on line.

Create a private space to sleep and relax in with the Privacy Pop Bed Tent. This pop up tent is a versatile choice that can be easily added and stored away.

DIY Tin Can Grill - use a #10 can, foil and a small grate pan for your mini on-the-go-grill.

WOW - i don't know if i even will be able to use this, but the idea is great just in case - perfect camping grill! DIY Tin Can Grill Top 33 Most Creative Camping DIY Projects and Clever Ideas by

This is called a swedish flame. Make your cuts like you're cutting cake. Leave about 6 inches at the base. Throw some fuel oil in there (about a cap full). It burns up to two to three hours.

This is called a Swedish flame. Make your cuts like you're cutting cake, leave about 6 inches at the base, throw about a cap full of fuel oil in it. It burns up to two to three hours Can use olive oil instead of fuel oil :-) Any oil will burn!