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If your favorite pot isn't providing enough drainage , add a hole or two by following these simple steps.
If you like fresh vegetables and herbs from the garden but don't think you can have a garden of your own, this is the project for you. The Family Handyman editor, Elisa Bernick shows you how to build a sub irrigated planter (also called a self-watering planter) that will allow you to grow your favorite foods and keep them watered, even while you are on vacation.
Stop dealing with water problems in your home and yard by installing this in-ground drainage system. This is a permanent, long-term solution to your wet yard. These step-by-step instructions and how-to photos walk you through the DIY installation. This project requires a lot of digging, but you won't have to deal with drainage issues ever again.
Add inexpensive gutters hangers to lift and straighten sagging and bulging gutters. You'll restore good drainage too.
If downspouts and regrading don't cure your damp basement, the most effective solution may be a drainage system and sump pump, which will collect and pump the water away from the house.
Big outdoor planters are a great way to display flowers, but moving them is backbreaking. Here’s a simple way to cut the weight in half—and improve drainage at the same time.
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