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DIY: Dividing Perennials - which plants to divide, how to divide how often.

Dividing Perennials

mason jar luminaries - add solar light, leave on picnic table during the day to charge, always have a light when you return to camp

Easy Mason Jar Luminaries - Dream a Little Bigger

Pansies, pots and moss. Another cute easter or spring tablescape

DIY Angel from shutters and scrape wood. My Mother's Daughter

Citronella wine bottle candles! Love this! Wine bottle or whisky bottle, tiki torch feul, thick wick, washer to keep wick from falling, and decorative stones in bottle That easy!

Landscaping 101; A quick course in planning your landscape-what to think about and where to find information.

10 Lovely Water Feature Projects If you don’t have the space or the time to devote to a garden pond, consider a small water fountain or container garden, they’re easier to maintain and just as lovely. Here is a selection of free tutorials and projects that I’ve handpicked from around the ‘net, most are very simple to put together and some even include plant ideas to try. Get Busy ..

Here's an easy way to give your flower beds and landscaping the sharp, professional edges they deserve. How do you edge your flower beds?

Dress up your Grill: Faux Stone & Counter Space for Outdoor Grilling

How to make Lady bug Stones, these are super cute

Lime Potato Vine, Silver Lotus Vine, orange "Million Bells", Stipa grass, purple Coleus

Red Hot Poker - Hummers love these...

DIY outdoor concrete tree-ring fire pit.

Egg Carton seed planter. Put the entire thing into the ground when seeds have sprouted.

Brighten up your outdoor entertaining space with a planter filled with bamboo solar lights.

Self made Miracle Grow. Put Epsom salts and sugar into each hole with your plant. It makes them grow larger, leafier and greener, use about 1 Tablespoon in a 1 to 1 ratio but I don’t really measure it. You can also dissolve 1 Tablespoon into a gallon of water and use it to water your plants, trees, fruit trees, roses, flowering plants, squash,... all veggies. If you have already planted I would sprinkle around the plant and water it in good. :)

How to Prune a Tomato Here are six good reasons to prune tomatoes: To grow more flavorful tomatoes. To grow larger tomatoes. To grow more tomatoes over the length of a season. To keep plant leaves and fruits off the ground and away from pests, insect damage, and fungal disease. To keep plants smaller and more compact. To allow tomatoes on the plant at the end of the seas

Old Shovels & Rakes...with birdhouses for the garden!