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Garden Entry - Provence, France

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Smoke bush - this is a wonderful bush for the garden. The blooms are very airy, thus the name "smoke" bush. Also changes colors with the seasons. Highly drought tolerant, tree/shrub

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White Roses//

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7 tips for growing mad giant basil plants | Offbeat Home

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Adding to my flower garden this year! Angelonia -It's easy to grow and flowers profusely, great plant for our dry spells and heat. Not fussy about soil either. Butterflies love it!

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If they die we die - help them in your garden by planting open single head flowers, planting the same plants in clusters rather than peppered around the garden, plant for a succession of flowers throughout the year. Some good varieties include snowdrops, aconites, blackthorn, mahonia, hollyhocks, foxgloves, forget me nots, borage, lavender, wild thyme, buddleia and let the clover grow in your lawn. If you have space for a wild patch they also love dandelion and nettle.

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This is the coolest gardening site EVER! On the Gardener's Supply Company website you can design your own garden beds by clicking and dragging the plants you want, where you want them. Then you can print your planting map WITH very detailed planting directions. This is just what I have been looking for! Hurray!!!:)

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Little outdoor nook.

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Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. use baking soda around all of the edges of flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. Do this twice a year - spring and fall.

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Simple soil test and how to upgrade your soil structure. Fill quart jar 1/3 full of topsoil and add water to almost full. Shake to dissolve clumps & let jar sit overnight to determine soil structure and how to improve it. Excellent stuff on this site.

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5 Major Mistakes Beginner Gardeners Make

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the world's most perfect fertilizer + pesticide is epsom salt. This is so true- every other week- 1 gallon of water, 1 TBSP of miracle grow and 3 TBSP of epsom salt- I promise a great garden all season

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A photo gallery of containers with instructions to plant and description of flower. One of the best I've seen.

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Geraniums...so is it too late to go out and buy a few more geraniums? These look gorgeous!

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1 Tablespoon Epsom Salt 1 gallon water A watering can 1. Combine the Epsom salt and water. 2. Use the solution to water your plants. 3. Repeat once a month. Why This Works--Epsom salt is made up of magnesium and sulfate – both vital plant nutrients. Some magnesium-loving plants to try it on: houseplants, roses, peppers, tomatoes and pot

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Dry Stream Bed~

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Tomato Plants . Hungry cutworms attack young vegetables. Protect your tomatoes by giving them a collar of newspaper. Or cut the top and bottom off a tin can and sink that into the soil around your plants. It creates a barrier that forces the cutworms to go looking for another dinner.

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Glowing Orbs. Looks high end, costs very little. Made from light fixture globes and a strand of Christmas lights.

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21 best crops for home gardens (guess what we're planning on doing this year, hopefully)

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20 ways to add curb appeal, whether you're selling or not. I want to do every one of them!

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All of those empty spaces in your planting beds? Replace your fried flowers with these 25 High Heat Flowers For Hot Summer Areas!!

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knockout roses

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knockout roses

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Ten Mistakes New Herb Gardeners Make (and How to Avoid Them!)

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Backyard Remodel - Phoenix Home & Garden

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