ruralgirl:

(via Mothering with Mindfulness : Around the Garden)
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2wheelfeel:

thruth
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myfriendkarensays:

work in progress: ashburn shawl. #knitting #knittersofinstagram #madelinetosh
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glowieh:

qd
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hatchetandbear:

7 spoons for a family of 7.. All made from the same wild cherry tree. #family
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~   Gordon B. Hinckley (via purplebuddhaproject)
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Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, Germany by wistine
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peonyproject:

Rabari Rugs
08.12.14 /22:54/ 13
northernhomegarden:

Build your own Geodesic Dome Greenhouse
When it comes to gardening in colder climates, a greenhouse is almost a must have. It extends the growing season and gives the plants a lot more heat. With a greenhouse, we can actually pick ripe tomatoes here and grow some plants that we would not be able to without one. A greenhouse can also be a great place to hang out on those cool spring days and summer nights. When we started to look out for one to build, our expectations were very high. In a northern garden we have to deal with frost, nasty winds and hail, and also loads of snow in the winter. Our days in spring and fall don’t have much direct sunlight so we need to catch every sunbeam we can. Plus, we live in town and the greenhouse in our small back yard needed to be somehow catchy. In our research we came across the GeoDome greenhouse:

Very unique, lightweight structure Stable in wind and under snow Optimal light absorption Has the most growing ground space A unique hang-out place An eye catcher

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08.09.14 /01:00/ 3779
farmweather:

The garden in July. 
07.31.14 /23:36/ 224
dharmabum61:



Rebecca Clark: Bee 5 (rise), 2009, graphite on paper, 13 3/4 x 8 3/4 in.

www.rebeccaclarkart.com
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Canvas  by  andbamnan