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It’s good to be enterprising.A few years ago I turned part of an old clothes hanging rail into a mini arch for a clematis.The birds love perching on it as it’s under the bird table.You can’t tell the arch had a previous life as I buried the wheels.We turned an old brick greenhouse base into a pond.We have never had any money so we have always tried to reuse items.Love Jane xx
Thank you. The girls [now 33 and 29] used to call me "Mummy-Mrs-Fixit". I made another plastic milk bottle into a watering can for the 6-year old next door to water Tommy the Tomato [her naming] after she had potted him on in a duly distant gardening tutorial.
Heat slim skewer held in wooden clothes-peg in gas-flame. Make a few tiny holes in the lid and a bigger one just at the base of the handle. This lets the air in as the water sprinkles out.
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