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Master the Art of Using Color in the Garden. Create a bold, dramatic landscape with these tips for designing with colorful flowers and foliage.

Master the Art of Using Color in the Garden

Wall trellis and planter box...would love this on my fence

Window Box Planter-Liner Sets: Pamela Crawford Side Planting

Spikes, pink geranium, lantana, violet and magenta petunias, sweet potato vine.

Power Flowers - Beautiful Containers

Beautiful shade combo -- Tangerine Begonia With Variegated Ivy and Creeping Jenny.

Line flower pots with coffee filters to stop soil from falling through the drainage hole

How to Plant a Bird Cage: Detailed tutorial on creating this fun piece for your yard!

Ferns are Great in Hanging Baskets - Choose a Boston fern for shady spots, a Kimberly Fern for sun. Keep soil moist not wet. Mist in late afternoon so the sun doesn't burn their leaves. If they begin to yellow, help them get their green back by watering with a mixture of 2 tablespoons of Epsom Salt to one gallon of water (tepid-warm). Use this water mixture every other week.

Going on Vacation? 3 DIY Self Watering Ideas for the Garden!

Drying Hydrangeas - follow these simple step by step directions to have beautiful dried flowers all year long! eclecticallyvinta...

One pinner said: Trailing Rosemary produces beautiful blue foliage. It requires little water, and has a moderate growth rate. It has no allergens, but yet is very fragrant.

Planting gladiollas in clusters; I should have done this! Mine are all spread out

rock star plants for rock gardens

Potato vine, silver lotus vine, "million bells," stipa grass, purple coleus