It's amazing what you can do with one fallen tree and a chainsaw isn't it? Most of us look at a fallen tree and see firewood. But wait! This gallery shows you why you shouldn't burn those logs: http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/suwp Burn a log and it’s gone forever! Firewood? We don’t think so!
25 Ideas to Recycle Tree Stumps for Garden Art and Yard Decorations
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22 Ways for Growing a Successful Vegetable Garden
Spring is fast approaching, so are you planning to grow a healthy and beautiful vegetable garden that will help beautify your home’s outdoor and be a place of relaxation? Growing your own fruits and vegetables in the yard lets you spend more time outside, at the same time saves your money for buying organic food. […]
How to build a log pathway
Cheap and easy protection for solar landscape lights. Drill a 1" hole as deep as your spade bit will go, and drop in your light. Now they won't fall prey to the mower, weed wacker, or clumsy people. Great for walking paths, or around the fire pit.
Just 3 simple steps: Pour quick-set concrete into the mold on any flat surface. Smooth with a trowel. Wait one minute, lift mold and move on. This mold measures 20 inches x 24 inches x 2 inches, and holds one 60 pound bag of premix concrete. Makes a straight path or patio.