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    How to Make Raised Beds From Pallets. Get great deals on wooden pallets and a variety of gardening supplies at www.nbfeed.com!

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    A rainbow of color for your garden!

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    Fun finds in the garden

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    Potted mosquito repellents by the back door

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    Pallet Flower Garden :: Hometalk/great idea for strawberries!

    Pallet Flower Garden

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    Color Greek Blue front door...Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan

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    Paint your front door navy blue! | Engineering A Home

    Pretty Front Porch: Painting the Front Door

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    red door and black shutters on gray house. If I ever have a house to paint. Although I would probably change the red

    HARD WORKS » front yard with swing

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    Navy front door, painted number, seasonal wreath, lanterns

    Our {New} Nest: Front door

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    A great project for the garden, now all we need is the sun!

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    raised garden bed

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    47 Cutie Patio Ideas For A Patel Colors Design

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    Turn a bit of lattice and some plastic pots into a vertical herb garden!

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    another front yard idea

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    Tree-Stump Planter love this so pretty

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    Here's how to make a chair planter

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    Harvesting Lettuce:: Most lettuce will continue to produce greens, so if you want MORE LETTUCE, then it is best to use a knife or sharp shears. Go to the base of the lettuce plant and cut it off about 1 inch above the soil – this way you have a head of lettuce to use in the kitchen and the plant remains in the ground to grow a second head. The second head will typically be much smaller than the first, however it delivers a little quicker than starting from seed all over again.

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    Tips for DIY landscaping

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    outdoor curtains $49

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    Gardening Without a Garden: 10 Ideas for Your Patio or Balcony Renters Solutions | Apartment Therapy

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    patio garden/ NEAT for apartment patio!

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    backyard fire pit. gravel around + framed with adirondack chairs.

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    How To Build a Modern Swing Set — HGTV

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    What a fabulous space saving herb garden, LOVE IT!

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    Whiskey Barrel Fire Pit

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