Monday, November 27, 2017

The Old Farmer's Almanac: Upcycling Projects: Turn Your Trash into Garden Treasures!

Gardeners are a pretty thrifty bunch and it’s in the garden where repurposing old items into new really comes into its own.

From transforming tins into planters to repurposing old furniture for storing produce, there are countless ways to put worn out or unwanted items to good use in the garden.
In this short video we share some of our favorite garden upcycling ideas.





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