Organizing Made Fun: Getting the Front Yard Planted!
Where to Cut Roses to Help Them Grow Bushy and Flower More: After blooming, cut just above an eye (shown in pic). In early spring, you cut the roses all the way down, just above ground at the third eye...
Where to cut Roses | Make a good house a GREAT home
Handmade flower boxes - Flipping the Block Unit A Patio #HGTV
Flipping the Block: Tour the Finished Outdoor Spaces
Entertain the kids with a DIY hopscotch garden path! This started as a clever way to deal with a patch of backyard where the grass simply wouldn't grow. Click through to read more on Our Fifth House. || @Carmel (@ Our Fifth House) Phillips
Our Fifth House: diy hopscotch garden path
Everybody loves sunny weather--until our gardens start dying because there's no rain. Unless you can seed the clouds, it's wise to plan--and plant--for drought and dry spells. Click through for water-wise tips.
Planning Your Landscape for Drought | Garden Club
Natural Weed Killer: 1 gallon vinegar, 1/2 cup salt, dash of dish washing detergent (makes it stick to the weeds). Mix well, spray on weeds in the morning, rejoice in their death that evening. This works best on a sunny day.
hostas in a pot! every spring they return...in the pot! Add geraniums and ivy. I don't know if they grow in the desert though
Purchase stair risers from home improvement store. This might look nice if you could get the plants to grow over the side or maybe put big pots next to it.
Gloss your forever 21 or cheap jewlery to keep from turning colors.. this also makes it hypoallergenic! // I wonder if this really makes it hypoallergenic
Planting! Instead of putting rocks in the bottom of big porch planters, fill the bottom with sealed empty plastic 20 ounce bottles! They give the pot the drainage it needs, without adding all that extra weight!
Pebble flower pot 1. Use small tin pail. Make drain holes in the bottom. 2. Next, apply base (we used interior ready-made mortar). Apply about 0.4-0.6 mm thick 3. Place the mesh grid. Push it a little to the mix to help stones sit evenly across the surface. Begin laying stones. 4. When you have placed the stones around the whole surface, let it dry completely. 5. After dry, mix grout to fill the holes between the stones. Remove excess grout after drying by using washcloth soaked in water.
DIY stone mosaic pottery
You put in your zip code, and it tells you what plants you should be planting now. You can even look ahead a few months to plan out your garden!
Thriller + Filler + Spiller = Harmonious Garden Container. Ideas for potted plants
I have the original tutorial for this, but I like her polka dots
Spray paint your old flower pots