Garden Types - Created Date : 30.8.2019

7.06.2010

7.06.2010



7.06.2010

Good things for: Hoses?

Looking at a past issue of Martha Stewart Living (I prescribe myself at least once a day, and this was the July 2001 issue), I came across three Good Things that I felt I had to share the season with. They all depend on outdoors in rural areas and the use of hoses. I've always been a sucker for themes.

This is a Good Thing I have always loved. There was something very appealing about everyday practice, often as a summer and beach comb during this time of year. Before entering the house, designate a grassy place one step away from the porch or courtyard as the place to wash sandy feet. Make a weatherproof frame with four three-inch panels. The box shown is 16 inches square. Fill several layers will be smooth, smooth stone - river stones appear particularly handsome and the base is easy. Sand breaks into pieces under stones and grass, keeping bare feet clean.

The standard, galvanized paint bucket makes a multi-purpose garden hose caddy. Drill three holes triangularly at the bottom of the bucket. Depending on your wall surface, bolt or screw the bucket to the wall; use washers to strengthen the cut edges of the holes. The space inside the mounted bucket provides additional storage; fits nicely into a fountain.

Choosing a place to bathe in the garden is always a good thing. This small station includes a sponge and a small wire caddy for liquid soap. The soap bar was replaced with a rope to facilitate hanging and therefore make it difficult to lose. To make soap on a string, use a longitudinal apple sugar into the soap; this should be large enough to withstand the body. Fold a three-foot cotton rope in half and push both ends through the hole; Connect a square, not under the soap, and hang it next to an outdoor tap.

6 comments:

First of all I need to buy a hose - I'm doing all the irrigation by hand right now - and it's time consuming, but I'll put the third item into practice. And I know exactly where to put it! I choose a different magazine one night to read. I always say to my mom and dad, 'pick a month,' and then I go!

Morning M M is another simple way to use soap in any tap in your garden. Using a leg of an old pair of pantyhose, drop a stick - or half a bar of soap under the leg, cut your leg from the knee and then take it to the tap. Now - make sure the soap does not touch the floor, connect it firmly to the tap and let it hang. Use the other pty-hos leg to attach a nail brush to the nail to clean the arms, hands and nails. Touch and tap the tap and soap, anytime Ha Ha !!! A happy garden from Aussie-Land.



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