The self-watering pots designed by my engineer husband work just as well as the $80 ones I bought several years ago and at less than half the cost.
I really like this hummingbird feeder. It uses recycled plastic bottles. When I am pressed for time and the feeder is empty I can grab a clean bottle and dispose of the dirty one
My compost bins and tumbler takes composting to a higher level.
Everyone that composts needs a good paper shredder. I shred junk mail, scrap paper and light cardboard for the compost pile and the vermicompost bin.
And who wouldn’t like a sink (added last year by, you guessed it, Randy) for washing pots as well as produce.
Okay, the snow is pretty but I have had enough. I am ready to get out those tools and go to work. Maybe I will use a mix of purple, lavender and orange impatiens.