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Utility Armoire = GENIUS! - These clever homeowners repurposed a $20 yard sale purchase to hide their utility meters/hookups AND gained some attractive storage space in the bargain. (tutorial Shabby Glam blog)

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Heucheras, the "new hostas" for shady spots. So colorful! I like these!

Heucheras, the “new hostas” for shady spots. So colorful! @ its-a-green-life

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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.....

Gardens to Craft | A Collection of Photos

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101 Gardening Secrets the Experts Never Tell You

Scroll down for all the gardening secrets (101!). For instance, If you want to harvest your vegetables in a hurry plant radishes, sweet peas, beans, squash, and cucumbers.

101 Gardening Secrets The Experts Never Tell You

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river rocks garden path this is amazing !!

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Variegated Creeping Blue Sedum

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Better Homes and Gardensfrom Better Homes and Gardens

17 Top Ornamental Grasses

Little Bluestem Ornamental Grass - A lovely, tough-as-nails prairie native, little bluestem offers gray-green leaf blades that turn bold shades of purple, red, and orange in autumn.Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 3 feet tall Zones: 4-9

17 Top Ornamental Grasses

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Gomphrena - loves heat and tolerates drought. Attracts butterflies.

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escargot begonia--foliage is gorgeous!

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Add A Blast of Sunshine with Yellow Flowers

Teddy Bear Sunflowers * 18-24", full sun, drought tolerant, grows quickly and easily from seed, great for cut flowers.

Teddy bear Sunflowers

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Our Yellow Spray 'Frisco'd' roses will build a golden bridge of love. Good vibes included.

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Persian shield - can be grown outside as an annual or, as an indoor houseplant, it will bloom in winter. Beautiful!!

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Pink Sunflower

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Papaver 'Black Peony' "Black Peony Poppy". This site has fabulous varieties of poppies.

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SECRET Fertilizer :) My 'fertilizing cocktail' consists of mixing 1/2 bottle of cheap beer, 1 tablespoon of Epson salts, and 2 tablespoons of fish emulsion in a watering can (1-2 gallons). I do this to ALL my vegetable, flowers, and indoor plants. You will definitely notice the difference in a few weeks! Don't waste too much money on the beer. Cheapest still works great -- plants aren't picky!

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Lily 'Starlette' - what a GORGEOUS flower!!

STARLETTE LILY BULB fall planting 14 16 cm

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Colorful succulents @ its-a-green-lifeits-a-green-life

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Plant these for the bees. Bees favorite pollinating plants.

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How to Host a Hibiscus

Rum Runner Hibiscus

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the world's most perfect fertilizer + pesticide is epsom salt. This is so true- every other week- 1 gallon of water, 1 TBSP of miracle grow and 3 TBSP of epsom salt- I promise a great garden all season.

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Orange Princess Tulip---Fragrant!

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No space for a garden? Here are 66 plants you can grow in containers!

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Ladder with planter boxes for a vertical garden. I can think of several places where this would be really cute!

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Magic Dogwood (Cornus florida subsp. urbiniana) is a rare Mexican version of the common American Dogwood tree

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How to Grow Lemon Trees in Pots

how to grow lemon trees in pots. Another Pinner said "GREAT LINK! (We're growing two lemon trees in pots and they're doing quite well, considering our wet climate.)"

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