#backyard medias



Reymond C (@ratchet_rey)


Letting those clouds role in. Today was hella productive! Glad to be back and getting shit done hope all is well with everyone else. Life has clouds and roll in unexpectedly could be good or bad either way just get through it. Excited!!! #goodvibes #feelinggoodtoday #happythoughts #proudofmyself #letsgo #cloudsrollingindeep #backyard

Nicole Gneiting (@nicole_gneit)


๐Ÿ”๏ธ๐Ÿ”๏ธ๐Ÿ”๏ธ . . . #mountains #winterdays #bluesky #utah #utahvalley #backyard

Open Listings (@openlistings)


The mixture of original features and modern updates makes this cozy craftsman home seem straight out of a fairy tale. It's so #charming, you'll want to leave a glass slipper behind. When you #BuyItWithOL, you'll get an $11,100 refund. Talk about happily ever after! ๐Ÿ’•

Fruit Salad Tree Company (@fruit.salad.trees)


The end of February is almost here! Take 15% off 5 fruit Fruit Salad Trees for the next 6 days! This is one of our 5 graft Apple trees growing Granny Smith + Red Lady + Green Glow + Anna + Golden Dorset apples all on one tree! Check out www.fruitsaladtrees.com to buy one today! ๐ŸŒฑ๐ŸŽ๐Ÿ

Libby Vermeer (@libnics)


Our first visitor at the bird feeder

Infinite Aquaponics (@benaquaponics)


Here are some photos of my PVC hoop house I put up over my coffee plants. Typically where I live in Southern California, the plastic over the top of the tunnel is enough to keep the coffee plants happy both day and night. It raises the average temp and humidity and provides a nice growing environment. However, we occasionally get a very cold/dry spell during winter, like the one weโ€™re having now. To deal with this and to keep the coffee plants happy, I have put up plastic on the front, back and sides of the tunnel. During the day I raise up the plastic to let air flow in so the plants donโ€™t get too hot. At night, I lower down the sides to keep things warm. Itโ€™s a little extra work but this cold weather hopefully wonโ€™t last much longer ๐Ÿคž๐ŸผThe third picture is a screenshot of my temperature and humidity logger I have placed in the tunnel. It provides a cool visual of the dayโ€™s weather ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป #greenhouse #winter #work

Brian Osborne (@sawdustery)


Mmmmm donuts!! ๐Ÿฉ I love getting pictures from happy customers of things I made being enjoyed. Thanks Klair. โ˜บ

Alison (@mrsalilou)


Had to move this big beauty before I could hang the washing out!๐Ÿ•ท๐Ÿ•ธ#summer #spiders #Australia #backyard #insects #creepycrawlies #webs #surprising #beautiful #nature #enchanting #amazingcolours #powerful

Humans Who Grow Food (@humanswhogrowfood)


Meet Serina @you.cant.eat.the.grass from Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ โ€œThe day we ripped out our front lawn, everyone asked what we were doing, and our answer was "you can't eat the grass." I had always been interested in free food, and my first introduction to harvesting organic produce was foraging, following along behind my father as we picked mushrooms in the forest and he pointed out what could be eaten. And to this day, I can walk down any street and see that I am surrounded by food, just not the tastiest options! Which is why we choose to grow our favorites in our home garden. We pick our veggies for the best productivity, disease resistance, and flavor, not their looks. We have narrowed in what we grow to suit the recipes we enjoy and to suit our preferred gardening style - lazy. When you are a lazy gardener, it only makes sense to grow organically. Who has time to try and fight the bugs? And fertilizing schedules? It's just so much easier to work with nature, and we try and apply permaculture ideas to achieve that. We might not have the most productive garden, but spending just an hour a day has us drowning in delicious fresh food, that we preserve to provide us with most of our vegetables year round. We believe the world as it currently is, is unsustainable, and are therefore trying to find a better way to live. Our garden is a huge part of that. We will never be a self reliant off grid homestead, but we want to see how far we can push ourselves. We think remaining urban is important, as most people live in city centers, and if we run to the hills, our voice asking for better solutions won't be heard. There is strength in community. We believe that every plant makes a difference, and if we could encourage everyone to just grow something, that change can snowball into a better future. Gardening brings so much joy to our whole family. If you don't know the magic of turning a seed, sun, soil, and water, into something delicious, then you are missing out on one of the most basic human experiences, and I highly recommend 2018 to be your year to go further as well.โ€

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