Garden and Outdoor Living

Garden and Outdoor Living

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Outdoor faucet, no plumbing needed.

Instant Outdoor Sink—No Plumbing Required!

Campanula - easy to grow & self seeds

Choose-Diy: Flowers Point

Knockout roses and hostas planted along fence. .

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These hardy, heavy-wooded, vigorous, deciduous vines are invaluable for screening and for draping over verandahs and porches, with the dense foliage providing cool shade during the warmer months, then as the weather cools and the leaves fall, the winter sun is allowed to penetrate. The flowers are highly scented.

Choosing Plants for Arches and Pergolas

Easy to make concrete bowls and planters. This inspires me greatly! I just don't know that I would commit myself to the project! I'd LOVE to make a few of them before the end of spring.

Easy to make concrete bowls and planters...

Candytuft is a low growing border plant that spreads nicely. It is an ever green all winter long.

Iberis sempervirens | Fine Gardening

Creating a Drought Tolerant Succulent Planter - Domestically Speaking

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Turn a backyard space into a second living room with your own pergola curtains! DIY via A Beautiful Mess

Make Your Own Outdoor Pergola Curtains! (A BEAUTIFUL MESS)

DIY Fantastic Floral Bed Recipes And Planting Tips !

Fantastic Flower Beds!

Rain barrel

24 DIY Garden Projects Anyone Can Make

Create a buried pot garden for easy landscaping. | 41 Cheap And Easy Backyard DIYs You Must Do This Summer

41 Cheap And Easy Backyard DIYs You Must Do This Summer

We featured Tim Vojt's garden in Columbus, Ohio, for a full 3 days in January, and it was a hit! (Refresh your memory HERE, HERE, and HERE) Last week Tim decided to send in some photos of whats...

READER PHOTOS! Tim's garden in Ohio, revisited | Fine Gardening

FREE On-Line Garden Planner. The website should come with a warning, however: "Users may become addicted." Oh, but what fun!

FREE On-Line Garden Planner » Curbly | DIY Design Community

"Pink California Poppy," drought resistant, and thus good for my area. Full sun. Perennial USDA zones 9-10. Annual elsewhere.

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Mosquito Repelling Plants :: Good to know!!

31 Mosquito Repelling Plants

Planter Boxes, home entry, container gardening, landscape design, landscape planters

For The Love Of Planter Boxes | The House that A-M Built

"I LOVE sweet potatoe vine and petunias. For several years now I have planted hanging baskets with sweet potatoe and wave petunias. GORGEOUS! The vine fills in when the flowers get a little "leggy""

Spring! | Emily Ann Interiors

Grow Your Own Raising your own fresh vegetables and herbs is easy. All you need is a sunny backyard to create a food garden that's as attra...

Backyard Landscaping Ideas

Creeping Jenny comes back every year and keeps out the weeds. It spreads and is a wonderful addition to flower beds. Great contrast color to plants and flowers.

Creeping Jenny - Groundcover

This DIY outdoor privacy screen, with its horizontal slats and dark stain, is as gorgeous as it is functional. Caitlin Ketcham of Desert Domicile designed it to make her covered patio a little more cozy. Follow this step-by-step tutorial to build a similar privacy screen on your patio. See it on The Home Depot Blog. || Desert Domicile

DIY Outdoor Privacy Screen Tutorial - The Home Depot

Growing Succulents in Apothercary Jars - Chic Coastal Style

Growing Succulents - Chic Coastal Style - Sand and Sisal

Great tips for making stunning potted plant arrangements - can't wait to add some color to my deck!

The Secret to Gorgeous Plant Pots (The Forever Home Project) - Modern Parents Messy Kids

Playing with stones | Baby Budgeting

Playing with stones - Baby Budgeting

Small Plant Grown From Lemon Seeds. 1. Soak lemons seeds overnight 2. Gently remove outer layer of seeds 3. Put back into water as you prepare soil. 4. Plant lemon seeds in a circle pattern. 5. Place small pebbles on top of seeds 6. Water occasionally and watch it grow.

Simple Ideas That Are Borderline Crafty - 60 Pics

I've decided I don't like grass ... looking for alternate groundcover ... would prefer something that flowers :)

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