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Make garden light with solar lights and old ceiling fan light globes ~ Garden Lights~

Shanty Insanity!: ~Garden Lights~

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Drought Resistant Tolerant Designs Texas Native Plants How to Install Xeriscape_Austin

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Drill holes in bottom of galvanized water trough for drainage

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How To Build A Raised Bed in a Metal Trough

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Grow your own herbs and vegetables in compact outdoor spaces! Designed to resemble a rustic ladder, planting boxes are attached to a cedar frame.

Farmer D 3-Tier Vertical Wall Garden

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cute idea for the garden!!

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Albuquerque Xeriscape - website has drought tolerant plants~how to keep the rabbits and ground squirrels away?!

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Xeriscape Texas Native Plants For Drought Tolerant, Resistant Design — Austin Native Landscaping - Xeriscape. Design. Installation. Huge plant list!!

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Xeriscaping - Texas mountain laurel

Texas mountain laurel—don’t bloom yet! | Digging

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Xeriscape Texas

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DIY Landscaping & Garden, Masonry Projects - How to Build a Stacked Stone Retaining Wall

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took out the lawn and replaced it with a mix of native and well-adapted perennials, ornamental grasses, focal-point agaves, and small shrubs and trees. A limestone path invites visitors into the garden

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///Ideas For Vegetable Garden

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Yard Yahtzee!!!

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Landscaping Pictures Of Texas Xeriscape Gardens And Much More Here In Austin

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DIY Umbrella Stand / planter - this is a great idea! Pretty & functional! You could even add wheels to the bottom so you could move it around.

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DIY concrete garden spheres using glass light fixtures - get old ones from thrift stores, fill with concrete and then break glass. Color concrete, paint or leave natural.

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Build a DIY Kid's Seesaw for under $30. What a great gift.

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Garden tips...

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How to build a raised garden bed on sloping, uneven ground

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Place a sponge in the bottom of a planter before adding soil, to keep water in reserve. Really makes a difference in window boxes!

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Sweet potatoes

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How to Plant a Tree

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10 Steps to Planting a Tree.

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ideas/projects for getting children involved while outside!

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