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Clematis! Never thought to plant different ones together.

Multiple clematis on a pergola- wow — Gardening

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“An introvert’s secret is their personality”. Beautiful quote.

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A Bundt pan from a thrift store, painted & planted (umbrella fits right through the hole!) or fill with river rock and candles!! Awesome Idea!!

DIY: Instant Hanging Shelves for Houseplants.

DIY: Instant Hanging Shelves for Houseplants: Gardenista

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Start attaching-pebbles use hot glue,but if little hands are sticking them down, you can also use a super-strong double-sided tape, such as the type used to lay carpets. It’s entirely up to you how closely you’d like to pack those pebbles, as the grouting you’ll use to finish the effect will fill in any gaps.

I think this would be a perfect tree hanger for an outdoor country chic wedding or event.

Because they’ve already got the holes for drainage, they’re perfect for potting plants! I love the idea of using a colorful vintage pasta strainer. Lovely for indoors or out.

24 Creative Garden Container Ideas (with pictures)

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Marble Tree (half marbles glued together over fishing line) - love the sparkle in whimsy garden! ********************************************** sangaree_KS's media via photobucket - #sparkle #garden #art #decor #florist #stones #garland #monofilament - tå√

Gotta try this:) / Acrylic paint (enamel works even better, but it's more expensive) on a few smooth rocks, then placed here and there in my garden, makes a surprise treat for the eyes. I make sure to use non-toxic paints, 'cause my garden toad lives out there.

10 great plants to plant during the fall.

Creeping Jenny in retaining boulders

Poppies, my favorite flower. Love the pops of orange in a field of green.

Store seeds now, plant next year. Lots of tips on harvesting the seeds from your flowers & veggies

Organic Lawn Care For The Cheap & Lazy - Some very interesting information!

Grow seedlings in recycled containers as greenhouses. Any clear plastic container will do. Use paper towel rolls or toilet paper rolls as a pot. When ready to plant, simply place the whole roll in the ground and plant.

Morning Glory-never thought about growing this one in a pot