Carol Veach
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Equisetum can create privacy. It grows so quickly, but grown in a container restricts the roots from getting out of control.

Equisetum grows quickly and makes even the newest gardener feel accomplished and happy, equisetum can get out of control and this container will prevent that from happening, creates privacy and cover up unsightly areas.

Mixing together different types of ornamental grasses always creates a visually terrific contrast in the landscape. This lovely border is a perfect example of that where decorative grasses of different colors, textures and shapes have been pleasantly combined for a long season of interest, extending to winter!

ornamental grasses mugwort (Artemisia ludoviciana) 'Silver Queen' Morning Star Sedge (Carex grayi) Curry Plant(Helichrysum italicum Lamp Polishers Grass (Pennisetum viridescens) x vervain(Verbena Bonariensis)

Dividing perennials - Photo Credit:

Dividing perennials guide - Fall is the perfect time to divide perennials. provides clear explanations on how to ddddo that

Barbecue Cranberry Meatmalls

Barbecue Cranberry Meatmalls 2 packages frozen meatballs (if using homemade, about small) 1 can whole cranberry sauce 1 bottle spicy barbecue sauce

Pallet fence...a great inexpensive way to fence in garden and it looks nice too!

Nowadays, pallets really can be sued for everything. From furniture to artwork and even garden fences. This one is a low built fence to protect the modest vegetable patch, but it works. Even the gate

Rustic S'mores wedding dessert food bar for wedding reception /

Rustic S'mores wedding dessert food bar for wedding reception: This is a timeless idea that will never go out of style because we can’t live without s’mores – not only in the fall or winter, they are always actual.

Style at a Certain Age outfit updates

sometimes a great outfit begins with a color scheme. or a favorite blazer. for those of you who asked for alternatives to high heels today’s post is for you.