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Inspiration for the Garden

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Glass Pebbles from the Dollar Store create this stain glass window look. This would be fabulous in the garden with the sun beaming through.

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Add personality to your garden with easy mosaic projects you create from pieces of tile, pottery and glass.

Create Mosaic Magic in Your Garden

fire pit.. use a kiddie pool and cement to make the bowl! cool.

Plough Your Own Furrow

Perfect Peonies • Tips & Ideas!

Perfect Peonies | The Garden Glove

Crops to Kick Off Your Spring Garden

7 Crops to Kick Off Your Spring Garden - Urban Farm

Everything you ever needed to know about starting a garden.

The Most Brilliant Cheat Sheet To Gardening We've Ever Seen

Fun DIY Craft Ideas - 43 Pics -- might do this next year. Do this will all herbs so you can just walk and pick them

Fun DIY Craft Ideas - 43 Pics

propane fire pits for decks | Hull Patio, Pergola, Propane fire pit, custom benches , pillar ...

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Coleus, lime iresine, and trailing petunias - pretty combination for partial shade

A Little Sass With All This Sizzle | Dirt Simple

Shade plants -- purple sweet potato vine, million bells, coleus, begonia, chartreuse sweet potato vine ‘Emerald Lace’.

Colorful Annuals for Shade

Why not add some style to your side yard?

Smart Side-Yard Solutions

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.

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Coleus make great partners in sun and shade. For backyard box that gets lots of shade.

Coleus duo low-maintenance pair for spring-to-frost color

Turkish speedwell (Veronica liwanensis) Fast growing, drought tolerant ground cover that likes full sun and reaches about 2" in height. Tolerant of poor soil and is cold hardy.

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Grow-through Plant Belle, designed and handcrafted in Devon. Could be made from a tomato cage turned upside down.

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upside down tomato planter, like the look of these much better than those ugly green topsy turvy things, I think you could even fill the top or the other holes on the side with other small marigolds for example, something that aids the soil/health of the tomato

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TIPS FROM A GREEN THUMB A side yard (the long, narrow strip of grass next to the home) is often under-utilized in people's landscaping vision. You can spice this area up by turning it into scenic pathway. If the side yard is wide enough, you can also add some flower beds on either side of the path to accentuate the walkway.

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straw potato bins made from simple recycled materials

Easiest Potato Growing Method Ever! -

How to make a miniature pond in a pot - Add some goldfish and you won't have mosquito worries. Use gravel instead of the dirt and the water will be clearer. WANT TO TRY THIS!

How To Make a Miniature Pond in a Pot

Bamboo & Garden Twine Cucumber Trellis

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Tree-less Tree House. super cute

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DIY Concrete Garden Projects • Ideas & Tutorials!

DIY Concrete Garden Projects | The Garden Glove

Heavenly Blue Morning Glories..put in a hanging pot, and they will grow down wards.

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

Power Flowers - Beautiful Containers

Peony rings. Made a bunch with the grapevine we cut from some trees. These look good over winter - we just leave them in place.

Blomsterverkstad: Pionstöd * Peony support