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Grow Hydrangea From Cutting

Grow Hydrangea From Cutting

Creative basement window. Gives something beautiful to look at instead of steel well.

Just Wanna Party: Window Well Decorating

a whole strawberry patch in a 55 gallon drum.

News from Maxi Container, Inc.

such a pretty window box! In theory I love these. In reality, I never water plants so it's totally pointless.

Table top fire pit for only $4

How To Make Your Own Small Fire Pit


How to Care for and Choose Hydrangeas

Fall Planter Ideas - Sand and Sisal

How to root hydrangea Flowers Garden Love Yay! I have been looking for this!!!!!!!

10 great plants to plant during the fall.

Vegetables to Grow In the Fall Vegetable Garden | Veggie Gardener

Limelight hydrangeas.

17 Easy Eggplant Recipes - Pick up a couple eggplants at the local farmer's market, and check out the tasty recipes you can make with 'em!

How to freeze produce - tips for freezing fruits, vegetables, and herbs

How to Make Stepping Stones – with a Cake Pan/don't forget the rebar/chicken wire

How to Make Stepping Stones - with a Cake Pan

homemade pickles

Easy Homemade Pickles from Real Food Real Deals

2 pallets - 3 pavers.

leuk als afscheiding Door avanderzee

Ideas for Container Gardening

Planted seams

hostas and favorite flower and plant together. I bet the purple hydrangeas would be gorgeous

Build a #Mosquito Control container so you can sit and unwind in the evenings without dousing in DEET. - ruggedthug

Inexpensive Landscape Ideas

Queen of the Night Tulips Love the color.

You don’t need a lot of space to grow fresh vegetables and herbs this spring. Grow them on a sunny porch or sidewalk in small wooden boxes like Michelle from ‘Stitch a Wish’ blog!

Grab a container and plant layers of bulbs that will give you three bursts of color when spring arrives. Choose bulb varieties that flower a few weeks apart, such as crocus, tulips, and daffodils, which will bloom in rotation for up to six weeks. To fill a container that's 12 inches in diameter and 12 to 14 inches deep, you'll want about 9 crocus, 7 tulip, and 5 daffodil bulbs.

Build it Philster!

Tomato plants like deep watering.