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What to Prune When

A good starting point for pruning any plant is to remove dead, diseased, or damaged stems as soon as you see them. Dead stems attract insects and invite diseases to develop. Also remove crossing branches, water sprouts (vigorous upright growing shoots that form on trunks or side branches), and suckers (vigorous shoots that develop near or from below ground).

What to Prune When

Grow amazing vegetables in raised bed gardens without importing a lot of expensive soil.

Building a Raised Bed Garden

Alternative Gardening: Rooting hydrangea cuttings

Alternative Gardning: Rooting hydrangea cuttings

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The Best Fertilizer for Plants

The secret to insane planter growth. One ingredient for impressive plants - so easy!

Wednesday Watch List - Update Edition - Life On Virginia Street

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Inspiration comes in many forms


Idyll #331 As the Aloe Spirals - Perennials Forum - GardenWeb

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More Garden Edging: 9 Creative Ideas!

Use gutters - sink them into the ground for edgings and fill with your choice of material...

More Garden Edging: 9 Creative Ideas! | The Garden Glove

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Orchids for Beginners

Orchids for beginners: an experienced grower tells how she cares for her orchids and what you need to know to get started at home.

Orchids for Beginners - Empress of Dirt

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Free Plants!!

Free Plants!! • Tips and How-To's on propagating plants!

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Grow Your Own Sweet of the best instructionals I have seen! Pin now read later

Grow your own sweet potatoes

Great advice for gardeners: Pick three long-blooming plants. Repeat. You can't go wrong.

AlpinePoppy: Pick three plants. Repeat. You can't go wrong.

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How to Grow Dahlias

How to Grow Dahlias • Great Tips and Ideas!

How to Grow Dahlias

A Favorite Garden Tool * Plant Supports * Floral Basket * Tulips, Iris, Gladiolas any long stem that needs a little support.

Aged Iron Tulip Basket

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Hose Holder for the Garden DIY

DIY Water Hose Holder for the garden... LOVE this! So easy!

DIY Garden Hose Holder

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101 Gardening Secrets the Experts Never Tell You

101 Gardening Secrets The Experts Never Told You | Food and Farming Do you grow your own vegetable garden. If not why not. You can even grow a few delicious vegetables in containers.

101 Gardening Secrets The Experts Never Tell You

Wisteria. My favorite!

alamodeus: Social climbers ...

do it yourself, awesome, cool, inventions, garden ideas, spring time ideas, fun pictures

19 Do It Yourself Garden Ideas (19 pics) | Daily Fun Pics

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20 Secrets to Landscape Success

Create a knockout yard with these simple strategies.- lovely layers of shade plants & simple path

20 Secrets to Landscape Success

15 Excellent DIY Backyard Decoration

15 Excellent DIY Backyard Decoration & Outside Redecorating Plans 4 Landscaping Idea | Diy & Crafts Ideas Magazine

Small Plant Grown From Lemon Seeds. 1. Soak lemons seeds overnight 2. Gently remove outer layer of seeds 3. Put back into water as you prepare soil. 4. Plant lemon seeds in a circle pattern. 5. Place small pebbles on top of seeds 6. Water occasionally and watch it grow.

Simple Ideas That Are Borderline Crafty - 60 Pics

Ann's Entitled Lifefrom Ann's Entitled Life

Why You Need Lemon Balm In Your Garden

Why You Need Lemon Balm In Your Garden. There are many uses for lemon balm. It's a mosquito repellent, you can use it as a rinse aid in your laundry, make tea with it, use it for aromatherapy, make soap or conditioner with it, and much, much more. Click link for more information. Lemon Balm is a Perennial. Plant lemon balm in a pot as it will spread (and take over your garden). ~ pinned over 27,000 times

Why You Need Lemon Balm In Your Garden

"Lobster Claw" Heliconia Rostrata, attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.

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purple allium, I just planted some of these bulbs last fall and can't wait to see them. I've always loved them but never got around to planting them since they are bulbs you plant in the fall.

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Two pots glued together. What a great idea for a taller, less expensive planter! Plus...less fill dirt!

our very own IKEA hack! (sort of)

Good info on planting/harvesting onions. I didn't know you need to dry or "cure" onions for 2-4 weeks before eating them!