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How to make a mosaic mushroom ~ This type was made over a glass bowl (covered in plastic wrap), with the concrete over it. (Hypertufa would be lighter weight) The stem is a bud vase with the concrete mix over it.

How to make mushrooms from cement or hypertufa.

OLIVE ROSEHIPS: Mushroom, toad stools and fungi... oh my

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Fantastic! Use a sponge to soak up concrete mix in whatever shape you desire and let it harden into a hardened version of what you just cut out! make pavers for the school garden?

DIY et tuto étoile en béton

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Front entry fountain tutorial

Make a DIY Recirculating Fountain

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Garden lights made from flower pots and old lamp globes with strings of white lights in the globes.

How to propagate hydrangeas with very little effort!! Wow, I love the makeshift greenhouse idea too.

Better Gardener: Propagating Hydrangeas | Everyday Gardeners

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The best fountain secret in the world . . . who knew Hydrogen Peroxide was an awesome fountain cleaner all this time? And almost magic in the way it works. I have seen it clear a green and murky fountain to crystal clear water in 24 hours. It does not hurt the wildlife either, because it turns into oxygen by the time those 24 hours are up!

1tsp epsom salt in 4 c warm water....spray on plant and then 10 days later. produces more fruit due to boost of magnesium... especially for tomatoes, peppers and roses

Hypertufa hearts from Farmbrook Designs

blue roof cabin: How to Make a plant container or bucket into a Bird House. A really wonderful recycling project.

The Hanky Dress Lady: Bicycle Wheel Garden Art - Steel Magnolias

The Hanky Dress Lady: Bicycle Wheel Garden Art - Steel Magnolias

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Easy to make concrete bowls and planters

Easy to make concrete bowls and planters

leaf casting of hostas

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I love these lightning bug garden decorations! So cute I want a whole garden full!

: You can knock a small opening in the side of a clay pot, or even stack a few bricks to make a small shelter. Toads will be attracted to the shelter, use it during the day and claim it as their territory coming back year after year. Each night one toad can eat up to 100 slugs, grubs, grasshoppers, tomato beetles, cutworms...anything you don't want eating your garden. The tadpoles also eat mosquito larvae!

Small pumpkins in a topiary cage, what a fantastic idea!