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    Container herb garden for a patio.

    Container herb garden for a patio. — Gardening

    blessmyweeds.com

    DIY:: Step by Step Vintage Container Garden !

    Amazing Garden Tricks!

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    hardy tapioca plant ✨ deciduous; re-seeds; 8-10ft seasonal growth.

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    Clematis! Never thought to plant different ones together. maybe we could grow this over the back fence

    Clematis Mixed | Trees and Shrubs from Spalding Bulb

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    Astilbe in a border makes a fabulous show & grows equally well in full sun/partial shade. .LOVE this bright pink!

    How to Grow Astilbe - Perfect for Shade - The Gardening Cook

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    A step-by-step for dividing Hostas. Note to self: do this in August!

    How to Divide Hostas

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    How to dry and harvest lavender

    Kimberly Hites...Pariscope Home: Drying Your Own Lavender

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    Good article on Coleus (my new favorite for containers) including care, how to take cuttings in the fall and grow indoors over the winter, shaping

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    Growing The Home Garden: Gardening in the Home Landscape: Making A Dry Creek Bed Drainage Canal for Downspouts

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    Hostas & daylilies - so low maintenance and they look beautiful during the summer

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    DIY Elegant Oil Burning Rock Lamps---(will burn for hours on a small amount of oil.) You will need: 1) rock/slate 1) 1/4 concrete drill bit ($2.00) 1) strip of cotton for wick, or a fiberglass wick (preferred) 1) glass jar for oil container 1) small bottle of gorilla glue (worth having around for a dozen applications) 1) bamboo or other material to surround glass jar.

    DIY Burning Rock Oil Candle with Mason Jar Reservoir

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    Cracked log #lamp -- Projects with real #Wood

    Garden Stuff!

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    Great Groundcovers! • Tips and ground cover picks!

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    escargot begonia--foliage is gorgeous!

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    How to divide and multiply your coleus. | Photo: Matthew Benson | thisoldhouse.com

    Use Colorful Coleus to Perk Up Any Garden Corner

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    How to move hostas. In all the years I've moved my hostas, I can't believe I've never done this!

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    Now is the time to do this. It's one of the easiest gardening tips ever!! Save so much money and have free plants for life. #gardening #frugal

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    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.

    Flax

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    Repot a plant....So this may explain why so many of my plants die....Turns out just dumping it into a bigger pot with more soil isn't how it's done.

    Steps for Fool-Proof Repotting - For Dummies

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    How to Build a Trellis on a Budget

    Flowers Gardens: How to Build a Trellis on a Budget

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    How to Reuse Your Empty Essential Oil Bottles - www.ohlardy.com Don't toss your empty bottles. Clean and reuse them. Great for making custom blends, roll-ons, sample bottles, travel bottles and more!!

    How to Reuse Essential Oil Bottles - Oh Lardy

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    One Day Backyard Projects • Ideas & Tutorials!

    One Day Backyard Projects | The Garden Glove

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    You know what you would find in here in Australia, a snake!?!?! Worst idea for here lol. Cool idea for places like Canada though.

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    The 15 Most Colorful Perennials for your Yard

    The 15 Most Colorful Perennials for Your Yard

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    15 Backyard Lighting Ideas

    Different Types of Backyard Lighting for your Outdoor Space

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