Growing in the Garden


Growing in the Garden

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How to Divide Perennials – How When

How to Divide Perennials – How & When | The Homestead Survival

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Pitchfork Sign and Pounding POst in Garden by JunkArta www.facebook.com/...

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The Mother of All Tomato Posts | Everything you need to know about how to grow tomatoes. | Virginia George

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Rustic planter idea

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Flower Bed Ideas for the fence line

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When to direct sow, and when to transplant what from indoor starters--from North Haven Gardens--for North Texas! JOY!

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Grow your own raspberries

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How to make a chandelier flower planter. Cute idea!

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A very cool site called 'old fashioned families' with all you need to know about gardening, canning, preserving, saving tons of money and general homesteading.

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Vegetable Seed Sowing Guide

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Concentrate on the landscaping around your garden shed to anchor it and soften the edges. Create displays on each side of your shed for lots of visual appeal. It will keep your guests wondering what is on the other side!

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Garden trellis

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Such a clever way to store hose and other outdoor items.

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Zebra Hollyhocks are perennials that bloom all summer long. They are easy to grow, self seed, are drought tolerant, and attract butterflies. They grow in sun to part shade and get 2-4' tall. Great for perennial beds, cottage gardens, borders, and rock gardens. Zones 4-8

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Building a fire pit.

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Learn how easy it is to get those crisp, expertly-done flower gardens

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Snipping off the “suckers” from a tomato bush will help the plant to focus its power on the rising fruits instead of the leafs, Growing better, healthier fruit.

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Tomatoes

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Dishfunctional Designs: The Upcycled Garden 2012: Using Recycled Salvaged Materials In Your Garden

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Vintage window turned outdoor decor and flower planter {Sprucing up the outdoors for spring series}

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Flat rocks with gravel to edge plant beds.

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Tips for Coping with Shade

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All of those empty spaces in your planting beds? Replace your fried flowers with these 25 High Heat Flowers For Hot Summer Areas!!

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