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Fish tank gravel and succulents.

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Surfinia Flowers in Hanging Baskets

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For hot, sunny areas, you can't beat a festive combination of 'Victoria' blue salvia, 'First Kiss Orchid Halo' annual vinca, and white narrow-leaf zinnia. These tough-as-nails plants love the sun and require almost no maintenance. Once established, they're relatively drought tolerant. Growing Conditions: Full sun

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Build a Stone Patio or Brick Patio - Step by Step | The Family Handyman

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quaint outdoor space

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Scrap wood becomes fence shadow box

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Clematis growing on a wire frame around the tree - beautiful

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Ideas for vegetable garden

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That Organic Girl: Organic Weed Killer

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Summer Retreat.../

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tomatoes

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Ideas for vegetable garden

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Freestanding Privacy Screen/Trellis

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Privacy screens and how to make a fence taller.

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When to Plant

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Indoor Tulips . . . Step 1 - Fill a glass container about 1/3 of the way with glass marbles or decorative rocks. Clear glass will enable you to watch the roots develop . . . Step 2 - Set the tulip bulb on top of the marbles or stones; pointed end UP. Add a few more marbles or rocks so that the tulip bulb is surrounded but not covered (think support). . .Step 3 - Pour fresh water into the container. The water shouldn't touch the bulb, but it should be very close, so that the roots will grow in. |

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for the herb garden

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this a fruit fly catcher

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Simple solutions to common garden problems - 35 natural remedies

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DIY Trough Vegetable Garden Tutorial - made from galvanized water tank / trough. Drill holes in bottom.

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So much color!

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path design

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How to get more peppers from your green pepper plants: "Spray the plant with Epsom salts (1 teaspoon dissolved in a spray bottle of warm water (about 4 cups). That gives the pepper plant a boost of magnesium that is required at flowering time to produce fruit. Spray them again 10 days later and in a few weeks, our expert friends report, you will have more peppers than you can eat."

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