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Boost Your Privacy with Fast-Growing Trees

Fast-Growing Trees

Boost Your Privacy with Fast-Growing Trees

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5 Easy to Grow Mosquito Repelling Plants

5 Easy to Grow Mosquito-Repelling Plants

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How to Make a Homemade Butterfly Feeder

How To Make A Butterfly Feeder To Attract Butterflies

How To Make A Butterfly Feeder To Attract Butterflies

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Making Soil Acidic: Tips For How To Make Soil Acidic

By Heather Rhoades For gardeners growing an acid loving plant, like blue hydrangea or azalea, learning how to make soil acidic is important to its overall health. If you do not already live in an area where the soil is acidic, making soil acidic will involve adding products that lower the soil pH. Soil pH…

Information On How To Raise Acid Level In Soil

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10 Perennials to Attract Bees & Other Pollinators

Plant THESE for the BEES!

10 Perennials to Attract Bees

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Astilbe: a shade-loving plant. Perfect for Zone 5 planting. - Would be great in the shadier areas of the back yard :)

Airy Astilbe - BlueRidgeCountry.com

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Tips on growing Lilacs.

lilacs, flowers, gardening, outdoor living, A favorite springtime flower that comes in several shades of purple and white

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Blackberry Ebony King Plant

Blackberry 'Ebony King' (Mostly Thornless)

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3 Composting Techniques Everyone Should Know

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3 Composting Techniques Everyone Should Know | The Garden Glove

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Lorajean's Magazine,: Tutorilal: How to make christmas salt dough "cookie" ornaments

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A Vegetable Growing Guide by angliainhome.co.uk/goodtobehome #Infographic #Vegetable_Gardening

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Heucheras, the "new hostas" for shady spots. So colorful!

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Monsanto's Roundup And Roundup-Resistant Corn Found To Be Toxic In Rats

2 c vinegar, 1T liquid soap, 1Tsalt....will kill anything! DO NOT USE ROUNDUP.

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Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. Love this!

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YES!!! Common Perennials - Gardening with Perennials - University of Illinois Extension

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Introduction to Perennial Garden Design - University of Illinois Extension

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Orange Meadowbrite Coneflower Echinacea 'Art's Pride' P.P.A.F, P.B.R.A.F This perennial is the first orange coneflower ever in cultivation. It features brightly colored, deep orange ray florets, a dark maroon cone, and an intensely sweet fragrance. This selection starts blooming in northern Illinois in mid-June with a heavy flush in early to mid-July, then a continuation of at least a few flower heads well into September. This cultivar is very drought tolerant. We suggest planting it in…

Perennials from Chicagoland Grows : Art's Pride Coneflower — Orange Meadowbrite

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FULL SUN - Pink Cotton Candy Betony Stachys officinalis 'Pink Cotton Candy' This selection blooms copiously for 8 weeks from late June to late August in northern Illinois (USDA Zone 5). Plants form robust, dense mounds of deep green, wrinkled foliage with upright stems arising above the foliage. This low-maintenance perennial prefers moist, well-drained soil in full sun.

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Walk to Front Door

Front Door Landscape

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Eat Healthy...How to make a garden. Don't have a big yard? no problem! Great for apartments, townhomes, backyards, or patio homes. this is a unique new way to garden. blog w/ tons of pics and how to. pin now and read when you are ready to start a garden.

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pom pom dahlias

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Homesteading Survival - 5 vegetables you can grow at your home

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DIY Cinder block raised garden bed. Spray paint the cinder block for more color!

DragonFly Garden: My winter vegetable garden is done

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No Garden? Here Are 66 Things You Can Can Grow At Home In Containers

66 Things You Can Can Grow At Home In Containers

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DIY paper mache seedling pots - great idea

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