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Clematis are lovely bright colored climbing flowers that will light up any garden. They are “friendly” plants that grow well with others and grow upwards of 9-12 feet.

Colorful Clematis Climbing Plants | DIY Cozy Home

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Height Spill Fill Container Gardening The Simple Formula for a Beautiful Container Garden

The Simple Formula for a Beautiful Container Garden

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Get these low cost landscaping ideas and beautiful your yard today!

Low Cost Landscaping - Home Information Guru.com

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How to edge a flower garden and get that crisp, clean look!

How to Edge a Flower Garden - The Creek Line House

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Let there be Night Garden Idea

Let there be Night - Garden Idea

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Flower Gardens in the South landscape

Container plantings add tropical look around pool. Banana tree, tropical hibiscus, Sweet Potato Vine "Blackie", and Wave Petunias all mesh good together.

Hybrid tea rose 'Claude Monet'

Mr Lincoln hybrid tea rose....very strong wonderful smell!

Hybrid tea rose 'Pink Promise' an AARS winner www.allaboutroseg...

So easy to grow from seeds and they're beautiful in pots or beds. They multiply like crazy and are easily divided for more plants. Very heat and drought tolerent and rebloom every year. Park's Canna Tropical Collection - A collection of 5 colors of Canna Tropical from seed: red, rose, salmon, white, and yellow.

Great combo idea for your AAS Winners Canna 'South Pacific Scarlet' and Canna 'Tropical Rose'

Peachy Cream Dahlias--like it but think you have to dig them up in the fall in my area....getting to like just perenials.

saving time garden secrets, path edging, border edging, kerti szegély,

Natural tick deterrent for human usage - 1 part tea tree oil to 2 parts water in a spray bottle. Spray it on shoes, socks or pant cuffs. This is good to know!

Knock Out Rose Care, Knockout Rose Care, Take Care of Rose Bushes

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Rose cutting method by flowerpress, via Flickr ......I will try this method soon!!! With the potato method, I was able to grow potatoes, but not rose cuttings. ~sj