growing plants (www.ChefBrandy.com)
So useful right now: a visual guide to houseplants, according to their need for light.
16 Vegetables & Herbs You Can Buy Once and Regrow Forever • Gardening Tips • Gardening ideas #Herb_Garden #Best_Garden_Decor #Garden_Design #Controlling_Pests_in_your_Garden
How To Improve your Garden soil without a compost heap - An easy way to recycle kitchen waste directly in your soil.
Large Cucumber Trellis. put this down in far part of yard where it is sunny and far away from the house.
Make a shallow plywood box and set it atop cinder blocks for a bar-like DIY cooler.
Use our handy guide to help you identify and control weeds in your garden: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/pests/insects-diseases-weeds/types-of-weeds/
Outdoor Enchantment at The DIY Club
Very detailed instructions on how to grow a better tomato plant.
Take an old cloth soak in cement water, drape over a stand and leave in the sun to dry. Paint and you have beautiful plant holders
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Easy Care Houseplants • Tips & ideas for easy to grow and hard to kill houseplants!
Grow Tropical Indoor Plants • Helpful Tips & Ideas!
Love the setting for this pretty birdbath.
The TOP 10 Shade Plants for Your Garden!
Lush garden inspiration
Put Your Attention Where it Matters Small yards can be easier to screen than large yards. If you have too much area to put up a fence or hedge within your budget, start small and concentrate on creating privacy where you need it most, such as around a deck or patio. You can always expand your plans in future years.
Aquapark Splashpad-- instead of a pool?
Best Hardy Perennials | The DIY Gardener's Guide | On Sutton Place
How To Prune Lilacs For Bigger Blooms: Blooming in spring, lilac flowers are big, beautiful and fragrant, making the lilac one of the most recognizable...
Potatoes grown in a tub. Layer trash can w/gravel, 6" of good soil, then mulch. Put seed potatoes on top of mulch w/ eyes(minimum of 2 eyes) up. After leaves appear, add more mulch. Repeat this process until you've reached the top of the trashcan. After leaves have dried up, you can harvest your potatoes. The soil can be turned into your flower/veggie garden.
Bunny tails - ornamental grass