I started may 28th planting 4 tomatoes around a garbage can with holes drilled in the bottom rim and a second row up about 10 inches... buried the can to where the top holes just barely
were above the ground... put in two shovels full of compost... then I fill the can up with water ever 2 days and try not to water the leaves... these four plants are now 5 ft 4 inches in less that a month and a half and loaded with green tomatoes and about a hundred sets of tomato blossoms...
This is my Hula Hoop Chandelier. The arbor on the back patio was blocking the house light from above and it always seemed dark. But, not anymore! Couldn't wait until it turned dark tonight so I could see how it looked! :) Just needs a little touch-up with the paint tomorrow! Items needed: Hula hoop, spray paint, 2 strands of icycle lights, electrical tape and some heavy fishing
line. I bought the hula hoop for $1 and we had all the other supplies!
Spray paint the hula hoop to match the wires on your icycle lights, tape lights at every hanging icycle and hang with fishing line!
Then after a day or so scoop out a shallow depression wherever you want to plant it, pour water from bowl into well then place celery in it, pull dirt up around sides. This picture is about a week after I planted in the dirt.
Your tween can have a room from another time with paint & an outdoor pathway cement mold. Place the clean mold against the wall of your choice. (flat side) Trace with a fine point marker and rotate. Pick a paint (gray/brown/tan) that is slightly darker than the surrounding walls and fill in the "stones" completely. Next sponge a darker color over the stones in patches to give
the stone depth & texture. Allow to dry. Use a gray paint to fill in the grout area. (take your time) The finished project will look like a castle wall!
Cheaper than wallpaper and it will last for years.