The book "Instant Container Gardens" by Pamela Crawford shows you how to get quick, easy, long-lasting color in your garden, using all shapes and sizes of containers. Here's one she shares: "This small basket is one of my favorites of all time," says Pamela. "It represents simplicity - both in plant choices and arrangement. What could be simpler than coleus, begonias, and salvia? These winners have been tested and proved by generations of gardeners. "This arrangement is the easiest I know:...
planter on a birdbath...looks like a topiary...
Make this concrete face in leaves! :)
Coleus and Echinacea combination - one of the new combos added to my garden this year. for roger
Great use for a broken container - gorgeous!
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Small ornaments spray painted with glow-in-the-dark paint. These would be fun along our pathway - make them look like fairies!---need to find my xmas. cherubs ( naked babies with wings ) cute idea
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Potted Cinnamon Fern.--have both of the plants shown, don't know why I didn't think of potting some up. will do
Re-claimed glass on used bowling balls.... Presto! Garden Mosaics!
My Bean House. We built a primitive frame, covered with chicken wire and let Scarlet Runner Beans take over! Scarlet Runners are a delicious french green bean, whose vines grow up to 20 feet long! They also boast a beautiful scarlet bloom that attracts hummingbirds. My favorite place in the garden!---this would be fun for the g.kids. @Rachel Floyd Allcock ,@Becky Baumgartner
"Cottage garden style is relaxed, colorful, and fun," says Darrell Trout, avid gardener, writer, and lecturer, whose own garden reflects his passion for easy-growing beauty.
Image detail for -Shabby Chic Sun catchers Victorian Style Ornaments with Crystal ---these would be cute for in the gazebo
pussy willow bouquets...---these are beautiful , simple
Greenhouse shed.. Love this! can someone please build this for me
Hydrangea starts from cuttings. Put cuttings in water for an hour. Cut the top and the ends of the leaves. Pot cuttting. Put sticks taller than plant and cover with a ziploc bag making sure the bag is not touching the leaves. Place in indirect sunlight and water occasionally. Should root in about 3 weeks. Remove bag and move plant to sunlight for a week.