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Turn a toilet paper holder on it's side to keep track of twine in the shed!

Storage Secrets for Your Garden Shed

How to Tell if a Watermelon is Ripe - 4 clues to look for to tell if your garden or store watermelon is red, ripe, and ready to pick.

How to Tell if a Watermelon is Ripe

Convert a photo album into a snazzy new seed organiser - such a fun, useful, and cute project!

8 Deadly Plants You Might Have at Home

Use these 10 ideas to help you attract songbirds to the garden.

Attracting Songbirds to Your Garden

How to Grow and Care for the Bougainvillea Plant in Containers

How to Grow and Care for the Bougainvillea Plant in Containers

Growing raspberry bushes in your back yard is suprisingly easy.

Growing Raspberry Bushes ~The Perfect Fruit for Backyards

See BHG's favorite can't-kill plants.

Power Perennials: Plants that Thrive No Matter What

Gorgeous pink roses! ...and the white picket fence

The 10 Biggest Mistakes People Make When Pruning Roses

Stack as many landscape timbers as you wish, add flowers, and you've got an instant garden bed (just add water).

8 ft. Landscape Timber-129430 at The Home Depot

Decorated Spring Watering Can - A Tried & True Project

Decorated Spring Watering Can - Tried & True

DIY Subway Tile Planters -- Tatertots and Jello

Turn Old Closet Doors into an Outdoor Privacy Screen!

Flower Pot Bird House

Flower pot bird house - The Idea Room

Cute kids garden with painted fence. Super easy and can as big or small as you like.

DIY Bird Feeders Collage

Easy Chalkboard Plant Markers Learn how to make your own chalkboard plant markers using basic craft supplies in a few simple steps.

DIY Rainbow Garden Markers | Handmade Garden Markers | Gardening Ideas

DIY Rainbow Garden Markers - Living Well Spending Less™

How To Make a Terra Cotta Pot Fountain at The Home Depot

Turn Your Yellow Grass Green

secret garden bench

A guide to hardy plants for multiple zones with tips and ideas for a successful perennial garden.

Use paint sticks as markers when you're planting your garden this spring.

A mailbox attached to the side of a raised bed keeps pruners, gloves, twine and trowel within easy reach.