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Urban Gardening Box

STIHL Cordless Chainsaws Making DIY Enjoyable A vegetable garden in a box is a perfect way for urban city dwellers to grow their own produce. Your container box can be kept on a windowsill, a balcony, a terrace, or small garden, and the size of the box can be specifically chosen to suit your space limitations. Though you may not be able to grow an abundance of vegetables in a container box, a small selection of your favorite vegetables should be easily achievable. With the addition of a couple of grow lights, you can keep your garden growing all year round. You can also rotate your crops to grow different crops one after the other. MSA 160 STIHL BATTERY CHAINSAW



There's room for a rustic garden bench in almost any garden. And it makes a nice quiet spot for you to relax. Follow our material and construction instructions to build a full-size one for adults. By the way, it's really easy to make a child-size one for the little ones, too. Here's what you need: For the back: 2 uprights (length according to the height required), 1 plank (approx. 120 cm long)
Round timber, approx. 30 cm diameter Another 2 pieces of round timber for the feet, approx. 30 cm long, approx. 30 cm diameter Chain saw with low kickback chain, e.g. STIHL MS 171 with Picco Micro Mini 12 screws, approx. 150 mm Drill Step 1 of 4: Chock the round timber with wooden wedges or similar to prevent it from rolling away. To make a seat, the round timber has to be cut more or less in half. Draw a sawing mark on one of the faces first and then along the long sides. Now saw out the seat, starting with a vertical cut into the center of the round timber. Then turn the round timber 180 degrees and make the cut from the other side Step 2 of 4:Now make the feet. Make a v-shaped cut in each of the two short pieces of round timber to fit the seat and fasten in place with screws Step 3 of 4:Screw the uprights onto the feet and the seat Step 4 of 4:Finishing off: All that's left is to fit the back. Screw the panel onto the uprights at the desired height using 2 screws on each side. Hope this was a helpful tip how to use you MS 170 STIHL Chainsaw. Thank you STIHL for the use of this article for our blog.


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Creating a Place of Peace in your Garden

You will need: An old pallet
5 bags of potting soil
Bounce Back – you only need about three handfuls
Landscaping sheeting, available from most nurseries
Staple gun and plenty of staples
36 x 6-packs of herbs or flowers (you need a lot more than you think!)
Gardening fork The STIHL GTA 26 Is Your Friend in this Project Step by step: 1. Get hold of an old pallet and measure it. 2. Research which herbs you would like to grow and whether they are suitable for a pallet garden. Bushy herbs and veg plants like chilli, parsley, rocket, basil, mint, sorrel and oregano work well. In our experience chamomile, chives and lettuce are less successful. 3. Head out to your nearest nursery (plants adapt best if bought from an area with the same climate and exposures to wind and rain) and buy the needed plants, soil and landscaping sheeting. 4. Now to wrap your pallet up in the sheeting. You want the sheeting to fold up and over, around the sides, as though you were wrapping a present, except for the side where you are going to plant your herbs, vegetable and flowers and the very top of the pallet when it is stood upright. This may sound obvious but you are doing this so that your soil stays in the pallet. Buy enough sheeting to create a folded hem on the sides so that when you staple it down it won’t tear. 5. If you bought enough, you should be able to lay the sheeting out flat and place the pallet in the center. When it comes to folding up the edges, tuck the sheeting in so that it forms an angled flap. Like wrapping a very large present. 6. Now add a sufficient amount of soil to the pallet, leaving room to add in the Bounce Back. Make sure you have some soil left over to fill in the empty spaces after the herbs are planted. 7. Bounce Back time. Grab about three handfuls of this high quality, organic fertilizer from the bag. Don’t use the whole bag (we learnt this the hard way by having to hand pick all the Bounce Back out of the soil, a rather smelly endeavor), and scatter this over the top of the soil. 8. Work it in with a gardening fork or your bare hands. 9. Create troughs, using your hands, in each strip of the pallet and pack your plants in tightly. We suggest using two 6-packs per section. If you feel that it still isn’t sufficiently packed, add more. 10. Fill any gaps with the remaining soil. 11. We left our newly planted pallet garden horizontal for two weeks to give the roots a chance to grow, thereby stabilizing the soil. In hindsight, four weeks might have been a better bet, since much of the soil trickled out during the first cloud burst. 12. Water your newly potted pallet plants daily. 13. After the allotted time has passed, lift it up and stand it vertically against the wall. Nailing it against the wall, is your best bet. Be warned: pallet gardens become very heavy once all the soil and herbs are planted in it – you may well need to recruit some man power to lift it. 14. Some soil will fall out when the garden is turned vertically, this is normal. As long as it’s not the majority. Thank gravity, not Murphy for that. Just scoop it back up and pack the fallen soil in the top of the pallet. With any luck and a good measure of perseverance you will have a pretty pallet garden at the beck and call of your culinary whimsy. However, if you love the look of a vertical garden but would prefer to simply pay some clever, entrepreneurial folk to make one for you, then get in touch with the innovative team at – they will assist with examples of great gardens. IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE PRODUCTS OR ADVICE PLEASE USE THE COUPON