Pine cones as mulch, keep dogs out of the flower beds - interesting
Use pine cones as a natural mulch to keep dogs, cats & other digging animals out of garden beds.
Use pine cones as a natural mulch to keep dogs, cats & other digging animals out of garden beds. This really is a great idea. Wondering if the chickens will also stay out of this?. it also providing some acidity to the planting beds in areas with more alkaline soil.
I like the use of sugar cones as a "trailer" 1. Red Twig Dogwood 2. Boxwood 3. Shore Pine 4. Pepperberry Tips 5. Sugar Pine Cones...
Cover raised beds to solarize the soil and keep the weeds out. Never thought of that.
DIY baby gate/ to keep the dogs out of the back part of the house
Cones of flower petals for the guests to throw as the couple walks up the aisle after saying their vows.
Raised Beds inside fence...love the look of this!!! And the Dogs would stay out of the flowers when they are running!
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Puppy cave under the staircase! Such a good way to keep pet beds out of the way.
Using pine cones in the garden for bedding, keeps the pups and cats out looks awesome.
Deer resistant.... Bars of Irish springs soap around your flower beds will keep the deer away and save your plants......
In the Garden
Pine cones attached to ribbons as a table runner...I could use the cinnamon scented ones!
The cast of Downton Abbey as dogs.
By Carol. Stamps from "Ornamental Pine" by Stampin' Up. Stamp pine cones in Soft Suede ink on front of white card base. Stamp again on sticky notes, cut out, and place on top of cones on card front to serve as masks. Stamp pine branches in Old Olive after stamping off first. Remove masks. Stamp sentiment in VersaMark and heat emboss with gold powder. Add gold Stickles to cones for sparkle and white Liquid Applique to branches for snow.