Finials popping out of the hosta garden
Free seeds to help feed a bee (and butterflies) Honey bees pollinate many of the foods we love, but often bees can't find enough food for...
Creeping Jenny spreads fast, is disease resistant, low maintenance, chokes out weeds, and the color contrast with other plants is amazing!
Red Twig Dogwood (Cornus stolinifera), Zones 2-8. Red stems in winter, white blossoms in spring, red berries in fall. Fast Growth. Mature height: 6-10 ft. #Gardens #Winter_Color
Early English wirework and iron garden seat
Barb Vanderbeck - totems
Our 90-second gardener Sarah Raven shares her tips on planting poppies
Variety of succulents in a dish garden - outdoor centerpiece idea
Blueberry (Vaccinium species) bushes (left) are brilliant maroon or orange torches of color in the fall garden. Full sun and well-drained, acidic soil are essential. Zones 3-7. by midwestliving #Gardens #Fall_Color
HOLLYHOCKS - 1) Full sun to partial shade. 2) Rich, well drained soil. 3) Biennial, but establish a stand of hollyhocks & they'll reseed each year. 4) Water from below. 5) Height - around 8 ft. 6) Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds
Learn how to attract fireflies to your yard or garden
Tips on choosing plants for landscaping ~ color, height, growth, etc.
Curb Appeal: 20 Modest yet Gorgeous Front Yards POP OF COLOR Consider the adjective, “pop.” It’s bold, it’s intentional, it’s unmistakable. Choose one color of plant to be your yard’s Wow factor, then work in plenty of neutral elements around it. This fuchsia ground cover provides just such an eye-catching element.
Parts of the daylily. More Deadhead Lilies, Deadhead Daylily, English Gardens, Stella Doro, Oro Daylily, Daylily Bloom, Lilies Bloom, Star Of, Lilies Gardens How to keep Stella de Oros blooming all season -- a guide to deadheading daylilies How to keep stella doros blooming all season -- a guide to deadheading lilies #gardening Good info on English Gardens How to keep lilies blooming all season. How To Keep Stella De Oro Daylilies Blooming All Season Long Check more at http://blog.blackboxs.ru/category/garden/
Identify common weeds. garden tool. Sometimes their "weed" is our HERB. 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/
Five fabulous perennials for your garden this year
Whether you have a vegetable garden, rose garden or weed garden, here is the best round up of gardening tips and ideas that youve probably never tried! All of these little tricks are resourceful ideas for a beginner or even the novice green thumb. #Gardening_Tips #Garden #Garden_Ideas
Save soil, save money, grow better plants. Use the cheap plastic pots that plants are potted in when you get them in the bottom of a large planter to provide good drainage and better airflow.
Questions frequently asked about planting and growing tulips answered by a gardening expert.
Natural Weed Killer - Martha Stewart Eco-friendly choices ... Warm weather can coax weeds to pop up from the tiniest cracks in the sidewalk. But don't go for the weed killer. Douse them with vinegar, lemon juice, or boiling water instead. The weeds will likely shrivel in a day or so; resilient ones rarely withstand a second treatment.
How to kill weeds naturally and chemical free! #natural #homemade #gardening www.pennypinchinmom.com