DIY PVC Pipe Projects Make Your Gardening More Easier

Sturdy, lightweight, waterproof and inexpensive, PVC pipe is a favorite material of gardeners. They can be used to create a variety of interesting and useful things a gardening project. My first PVC pipe gardening project was a garden trellis, and from then on I fell in love with the application of PVC in gardening projects. With creativity and imagination, you can create your own PVC gardening project to easy your work.

#1. A hand-held seeder made with PVC pipes can help you easily plant beans and corn without a lot of stoop labor and crawling around on the ground:

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#2. Use PVC pipes to create a garden bed protective cover. If your plants need protection from the sun, just put some shade cloth over the frame:

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#3. In order to let your plants get efficient watering, try this deep pot irrigation. Its work is by placing an open-ended PVC pipe next to a planted seedling:

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#4. Join 1/2″ PVC tubing in a grid and drill 1/16 inch holes into the PVC pipe to create an easy but efficient watering system:

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#5. PVC pipe tormato trellis makes your tomato growing experience a bit more fun:

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#6. Make a vertical garden or hanging herb planter with a piece of PVC pipe:

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#7. Build a durable, easily stored, and recyclable PVC tomato cage. PVC cages are excellent for letting your plant climb so it can produce an abundant harvest:

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#8. Build a trellis between the two walls for hanging potted plants and during the holidays, it can be used for Christmas lights, wreaths and snowflakes:

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#9. Drill holes throughout PVC pipes and then place them through the compost cage. The flow of air can speed up the decomposition process:

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#10. PVC pipes can be used to build a simple greenhouse. and another tip is to use pieces of an old garden hose to help attach the plastic to the rounded PVC pipes:

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#11. PVC pipes decorated with mosaic can become a stunning piece of garden art:

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#12. Instead of buying an expensive rack to organize your garden materials and tools, make one for free just by using cheap PVC pipes:

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#13. Use PVC pipe to corral your hose if you have a small garden or yard:

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#14. PVC pipe used to make a worm farm in a food garden. Let your hungry worms make wonderful fertilizer right in your garden:

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#15. To block off the unexpected entries of your pets, this PVC cover will really do a great job:

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