Add perennials to your landscape design for a low-maintenance and beautiful garden. These great plant combinations will inspire you to add more colorful perennial flowers to your yard and to your front porch.
If you are a new homeowner or just new to planting, spring is the season to test out that green thumb of yours. Most homeowners don’t know where to start and that’s the hardest step. Curb appeal is the easiest place to begin with largest return. Head over to Fiskars.com and learn ways to make the most of your efforts.
This one is adorable All I need to do is get out an old bird house and start it from there.
How to thin, divide, and propagate overgrown hosta plants - I just bought three different hosta varieties and need this for future reference
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MUST Pin tutorial for How to Build a Container Garden! Grow your own Vegetable Garden this summer using a Raised Bed Container Garden // 3 Little Greenwoods
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Mushroom made with Glass gems glued onto a bowl
Make this gorgeous garden gazing ball to add to your garden decor using items purchased at the thrift store and dollar store! It is both easy and inexpensive to make with these detailed tips and instructions. / timewiththea.com
DIY tree swing for kids and adults!
Make a fairy garden arbor from twigs and sticks.
This magical DIY will show you how to make a gnome door! Such a sweet addition to any garden!
Shade Container Gardens | Hydrangea Blue Wave, Hosta Francee and Ivy
The Fairy House
Rooting hydrangea cuttings
7 Gorgeous Shade Loving Plants! • Check out seven of our favorite plants to grow in shady gardens!
Easy planting advice. Switch color from spring to summer to fall with out 'messing up' your bark
Provide drainage while keeping large pots light: Cut dollar store pool noodles and use as drainage material instead of stones. Large planters will be light enough to move later if needed.....
Flax - one hearty plant that come up year after year - and the deer won't eat it! Sun/Part Sun, Zones 5-9, Perennial, 2 x 2 feet. Blooms late summer.
A few years ago, I attended a class taught by Marta Waddell, a Master Gardener in Arizona. I've referred to my class notes over and over again, and decided
DIY Sandwich Board A-Frame - pretty easy to build and do not require a lot of materials... #gardening #verticalgardening #homesteading
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If you don’t grow Lavender, you are going to want to, here are 25 crafty reasons you need to grow Lavender! TWENTY FIVE amazing and fun crafts and recipes