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Low-Care Fall Garden End your season with a bang. This easy garden plan features mums, asters, and other low-work fall favorites.

25 super easy fruit and veg to grow with kids @Maaike Anema Anema Boven make lists ... #garden #kids #play

Done in 5 minutes - Perfect for the kids to help with ---- Easy way to have herbs in the kitchen - Score!

wreath bird bath, sweet! I love this and think this would be a great gift to gardening friends..

Work a bag of dry concrete mix into the soil where stone is to sit, lay stone, water it all in so it sets just like Jello only harder!

Thyme, Creeping Aromatic ground cover thyme. This gorgeous creeping herb makes great ground covers in small spaces. Use creeping thyme as scented, soft carpets for garden paths, or as fillers between pavers or stepping stones. Zones 5-9. Start early indoors. Sun: Full Sun Height: 4 inches Days to Maturity: 90-150 days Sowing Method: Indoor Sow

Creeping Phlox Emerald Blue Mat-forming evergreen groundcover 100's of fragrant blue flowers in late spring Thrives in tough soil sites Excellent for banks & slopes View all Groundcovers Zone 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 Blooms Late Spring-Early Summer 4-6" X 18-24"

Speedwell, Zone 5, ground cover perennial, summer fall

Sapphire blue carpet phlox. Evergreen, low growing 2-6". Very front. No other plant spreads so lavishly, needs so little attention and flowers so profusely with so little care. Needle-like, semi-evergreen leaves form a dense ground cover smothered with blossoms in early to mid spring. Has a neat creeping habit. Choose from four top-choice varieties for maximum beauty. Phlox subulata’

Woolly creeping thyme (Thymus pseudolanuginosus, USDA Hardiness Zones 5-9) | This garden's owner writes: "I love the way my woolly creeping thyme flows into my dry creek bed like water spilling over the rocks. The aqua color looks like it's foaming to me."

St John's Wort 12-18" Ground Cover. Zone 5. Blooms May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sept, Oct. Cut back leaves early in the Spring.