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Iris blue....creating a garden with a soul...

High Falls, the Garden and the House: CHAPTER II : The Ponds

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Periwinkle Blue Iris - Barbara Fox

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Meandering garden path

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4 Ingredients to Bigger Better Plants This Year!! This Stuff is STEROIDS for your plants!! #growsomethinggreater #gardening #gardeningtips {www.maybwill.com}

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DIY Rain Chains • Lots of Ideas & Tutorials • Make your own rain chain!

DIY Rain Chains | The Garden Glove

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'Midnight in Paris' Daylily

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Put a fitted Sheet over the Porta cot to keep bugs out and provide some shade!

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Bench & raised bed

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Charleston Walking Tour Window Boxes over flowing!

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Make your own sticky trap by smearing bright yellow index cards with Vaseline or Honey. Tape the card to a straw or chopstick and stick into the soil. Voila!

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Beautiful Shades of Teal Iris. I want to plant some of these in my yard.

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pathway...a good way to recycle bricks

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Display

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Stone Rain Gutter Splash Block

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brass band roses - lorraine lynch

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Fill A Mason Jar With Citronella Oil!

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oh my! I could LOVE this...! A birdbath turned into a table.

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Teapot bird nester, recycle, upcycle, repurpose. drill small hole, affix to board or fence. Turn spout down for drainage

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Rainbow Sherbet Hibiscus... Wow! What a beauty.

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Garden shed from recycled materials Click the image to enlarge.

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seafoam daisies - what a color!

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For back fence…Limelight hydrangeas. They grow up to 8 ft tall, can grow in full sun or shade and can tolerate dry soil. Beautiful! @ Pin Your Home

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30Reader Spaces: The Great Outdoors!

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