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Learn how to create your own flower arrangements! More flower arranging inspiration:

DIY Supermarket Centerpieces

Add air plants to your home! Here's how to grow them:

How to Grow Air Plants

Use our handy guide to help you identify and control weeds in your garden:

Weed Identification Guide

You can grow Japanese Maples anywhere! Learn how here:

Grow Japanese Maples Anywhere

It's easy to make a beautiful terrarium! Click for our step-by-step instructions:

Terrariums: A Guide to Plants and Care

Make a terrarium! Learn how here:

Terrariums: A Guide to Plants and Care

Trend Spotting with BHG: A new disease is threatening impatiens in the US. Learn what impatiens alternatives our Garden Editor suggests for shade:

Trend Spotting with BHG! Learn why growing vegetables from seeds is so popular these days:

Add height to your garden with a wall trellis! Find out how to make one here:

How to Build a Trellis

Vary textures in a garden by incorporating rocks and other natural elements. More tips for garden design:

Tips for Designing the Perfect Garden

Curvy paths add a whimsical feeling to a garden. More ways to beautify your yard:

21 Easy Ideas to Beautify Your Yard

Help color pop in your garden by planting matching blooms in large groups. More ways to add color to your garden:

Master the Art of Using Color in the Garden
  • Esbe Grabie

    that's what i'm doing at the moment, hope it works, the garden is very small.

  • Terry Irwin

    Thanks to mums and asters I can have color into November.

Add interest to a garden by mixing tall blooms with mounding plants. More annual plant pairings:

Top Annual Plant Pairings

Stick with different shades of one hue for a gorgeous garden. More annual plant pairings:

Top Annual Plant Pairings

These small tomatoes are packed with flavor. See 9 more must-grow plants:

Vegetable Gardening: 10 Must-Grow Plants

Soft hues create a romantic look in this beautiful hanging basket. See more flower inspiration:

Create Stunning Hanging Baskets

These drought-resistent succulents are ideal for the forgetful gardener. See more ideas for hanging baskets:

Create Stunning Hanging Baskets

Mix stunning foliage with colorful blooms for a pretty container gardens. See the top annual plant pairings:

Top Annual Plant Pairings

Starting a new garden? Our guide to gardening basics is here to help:

Gardening Basics

A galvanized wine rack makes for an inexpensive container for fresh herbs. See the rest of this relaxing deck:

One Deck, Three Ways

This outdoor gardening center is filled with savvy storage ideas. See what they all are here:

One Deck, Three Ways
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Mix up the stones used in a garden path for a relaxed look. More ideas for garden walkways:

Garden Path Ideas: Brick Walkways

Use odd spaces to make your own miniature potting shed! See more ideas for garden sheds:

Potting Sheds and Greenhouses

Making your own compost is easier than it seems! Find out how here:

How to Make Compost