How to Propagate Hydrangea. With sharp secateurs, take a 12-15cm (5-6") cutting from a healthy plant in the cool of the day. Remove lower leaves of the bottom 2 leaf nodes. Trim top leaves to reduce transpiration. Dip in rooting hormone & plant in sterile mix in pot. Water well + keep moist. Add bamboo skewers to sides of pot & cover with plastic bag. Allow to root in filtered light. More tips @ http://themicrogardener.com/how-to-grow-hydrangeas/ | The Micro Gardener
How to root hydrangea cuttings. If i can, i want to make cuttings of my plants at my dad's house before moving out to somewhere :) so i can bring them with me in spirit
Split-level: gravel was replaced with two levels of colored concrete, the upper terrace is used mostly for dining and hanging out; three steps down, a built-in bench invites guests to lounge around the fire pit. A gappy ipe fence gives a sense of spaciousness while preserving privacy. Low care plants, such as autumn moor grass, Mexican weeping bamboo, and yucca, soften the angular design.
two levels of colored concrete. The Byrnes use the upper terrace mostly for dining and hanging out; three steps down, a built-in bench invites guests to lounge around the firepit. A gappy ipe fence gives a sense of spaciousness while preserving privacy. Low-care plants, such as autumn moor grass, Mexican weeping bamboo, and yucca, soften the angular design.
Alternative Gardning: How to Turn a Pallet into a Garden
How to plant bulbs in a pot -Great Tutorial ! This is Imperative For Healthy, Long lasting, Full Blooming Bulbs ! By Sand and Sisal
Brilliant - square foot gardening templates using muffin tins - Very clever indeed! I might try this with my carrots and lettuce this year.
Porch Rules Large Wood Typography Sign. I'd love a porch for this. For now the deck will do.
Love this. What a wonderful place to relax. The sign really makes it too
Removable Raised garden Bed Fence
I must thank Frank Broderick for this post, I think I found my Herb Garden--love it! Home crafted herb garden from Ana White blog. Oh yes Anna strikes again, lots of good stuff on her blog. Now I haven't got a spare wall to do one of these but some nice sturdy posts should do the job nicely enough. You could adjust the height as needed & it would also work in a fairly narrow side yard too ;)
Home crafted herb garden. Vertical garden on a fence.
:) this would be so pretty to have in my back yard
New Pea Gravel Patio Project! & Backyard Inspiration - The Inspired Room
neighbourhood wildflower seed bombs: poppies, cornflower, marigold; cosmos; hollyhocks; nigella; verbena bonariensis; viper's bugloss | to spread cheer...