Sunday, January 15, 2012

Free & Frugal Watering - Rain Barrels

For as long as I can remember my mom and grandma have always caught rain water to use for watering her plants, flowers and trees.  My grandma used a wooden rain barrel and my mom has always used metal rain barrels.

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1 comment:

Sarah said...

This rain barrel is so quaint and pretty I'd love to have one on my property, but perhaps they're more expensive than the plastic ones.
I do think it's worthwhile having one..
I also keep all my vegetable peels to make my own compost and mix my chickens droppings in there too to make it really rich.
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