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DIY Copper Garden Projects • Lots of Ideas & Tutorials!
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some awesome ideas
Copper DIY Projects
Rock garden - little things like this are so simple & add personality to a yard. I like these little guys.
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Cool garden rock art: stone-sculpture-in-the-garden.jpg
rock garden sculpture
.Another simple rock sculpture for Zen Garden.
Stunning rock garden art.
stone sculpture in the garden
Reclaimed Pallet Sign by JuicyBooStudio on Etsy, $30.00
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Pallet Sign w/ chevron background
How to root hydrange Flowers Garden Love
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How to root hydrangea cuttings. #Cuttings #DIY #Flower #Garden #Grow #Hydrangea #Multiply |
How to root hydrangea cuttings. #garden #ideas #gifts
Rooting hydrangea cuttings - Locate a stem of softwood and cut a shoot that has several leaves. Trim it into 5-inch-long pieces that each have a leaf toward the top. Remove extra leaves; then cuts the remaining leaf in half to minimize evaporation (and the need for watering). Dip the other end in powdered rooting hormone; plant the cuttings in trays filled with a soilless mix and perlite. Cover with a plastic bag, and stash in a shady location, misting regularly to keep the leaf hydrated.
How to root hydrangea cuttings.... as if I have a green thumb :)
Rooting hydrangea cuttings, I love hydrangeas. If we ever get to buy a house, I will need to know this.
Propagating Hydrangeas: How to root hydrangea cuttings.
DIY - bend spoons to use as planter hangers
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DIY spoon hook / plant hanger
DIY - bend spoons to use as planter hangers. I'm going to do this - wait until you see...our Secret Garden loves this idea!
old bent tea spoon garden art as plant hanger; perfect for cottage style home decor; Upcycle, Recycle, Salvage, diy, thrift, flea, repurpose! For vintage ideas and goods shop at Estate ReSale & ReDesign, Bonita Springs, FL by GodMick
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Planter spoon hangers
Grow an Avocado Tree from the pit (for a houseplant, it probably won't produce fruit). After drying, the pit is suspended in a glass of water and once there is root growth of about 2″, it can be planted in a pot of soil and tended to as a houseplant. If your climate allows, you can plant this outdoors.
DIY how to grow an avocado tree (indoors house plant)
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DIY how to grow an avocado tree (indoors house plant) I would love to have an avocado plant
DIY how to grow an avocado tree (indoors house plant) -- could really use this to fuel my growing avocado addiction!
DIY how to grow an avocado tree (indoors house plant) (did not work for me not to surprised since i'm such a green thumb:)
How To Grow An Avocado Tree : TipNut.com
How to propagate succulents
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How to propagate succulents. (Growing succulents). I so want to try this!
How to propagate succulents from cuttings and leaves. If you’re anything like me, you probably love to have succulents in the house. I try to keep them in bright windows that get plenty of light, but sometimes they can still get leggy. This happens when a plant isn’t getting enough light and it starts to stretch out causing the stem to grow long and the leaves to become widely spaced. Notice the long stem and widely space leaves. If you have a plant that is starting to become leggy like this one, have no fear! This is the perfect time to propagate! Although this plant still looks gorgeous from the top, the lower leaves will begin to wither and fall off and soon we’ll be left with a rosette high above the soil on a long bare stem. So before the leaves start to die, let’s pull them off and propagate them to make more plants. Succulent propagation is easy, fun, and free! We’ll start by removing the lower leaves first. Be really careful when you remove the leaves from the stem. I hold the leaf firmly and wiggle it from side to side until I feel a little snap. You want to be sure you get the entire leaf. If you rip the leaf, leaving the base still attached to the stem, it will not be able to grow roots or a new plant. This is what the leaves will look like if they are properly pulled from the stem remaining fully intact. After you have successfully removed the lower leaves you will be left with a small rosette on a long bare stem. I like to call the next step decapitation propagation. Not sure if that’s the technical term, but it rhymes and we’re going to cut its head off so… I use a pair of craft scissors, but a sharp knife would work great as well. We now have a bunch of leaves, a stump and a cute little plant with a short stem. Now we wait. Before we can place our leaves on soil to begin growing new plants we must let the ends dry out and callous over. This step is vital! If you don’t let the ends dry out and place them directly on soil they will absorb too much moisture and they will rot and die. In addition to letting the leaves callous over, we must also let the end of the stem on the rosette dry out as well. This could take anywhere from a few days to a week or so. Once you feel like the ends are dry enough, you can place them on top of some well-draining cactus or succulent soil. (Some people dip the ends in a rooting hormone, but I’ve never tried this and have had great success without it.) I’ve had the best results when keeping my leaves indoors in a window with lots of indirect sunlight. After a few weeks you will see little pink roots sprouting from the ends of the leaves and then teeny tiny baby plants will begin to grow. I water the leaves very rarely until I start to see roots or babies appearing. At this point I will give the roots or baby plants a good soak about once a week or whenever I notice the soil is totally dry. Just like with a fully developed succulent, too much water is not good. If you want to be certain not to over water, I recommend spraying the ends of your leaves with a spray bottle once a day instead of completely soaking the soil. I let my baby plants grow in rows like this until I start to notice the “mother leaf” starting to wither. At that point I will carefully remove the leaf in the same fashion I removed it from the original stem, and then place the baby plant in its own pot. This can be tricky as you don’t want to accidentally remove the roots with the leaf, so you may want to play it safe and let the leaf fall off on its own. Keep in mind, not every leaf will grow a new plant. I’ve found that some leaves just wither away, some will take root while never growing a new plant, and some might even grow a plant, but never root. Although there will typically be a small amount of losses, most leaves will grow roots followed by a new plant. The three leaves below were all started on the same day and all three had different outcomes. I ran out of individual little pots with this batch so I just removed the leaves as they withered and left the plants to grow together like a little succulent forest. Okay, back to that stump. Don’t worry no part of this plant is going to go to waste! Simply put this pot aside and eventually it will begin to sprout new plants from each place we removed a leaf! Now back to our original plant, the reason we did all this! Once the stem has dried out and calloused over, simply place your plant back in a pot with well-draining cactus or succulent soil and it will grow roots again and continue to flourish! Isn’t succulent propagation amazing? All of my information comes from personal experience. I’m sure all succulents propagate differently and plants in different climates and environments require different care. This is what has worked for me and I hope it works for you! Please let me know if you have any questions. You can find me on Instagram under @tawwni or @needlesandleaves or leave a comment below!
This step by step guide is perfect and everything you need to know. I can't wait to propagate! Thank you for posting this! Propagating Succulents — Needles + Leaves
Steps for repairing my garden succulents...
Propagating Succulents Needles Leaves - Garden Ideas
so cool - you could also paint them beige and use brown markings, or yellow and use red, etc, etc, etc
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sharpie + rock = #diy #do it yourself #diy decorating ideas #diy fashion #diy gifts| http://diyfashiondestin.blogspot.com
Sharpie rock art. GIFT IDEA -- Put together a craft kit for the doodler in your life.
DIY Stone Art
DIY painting stones ♥
we paint rocks but using sharpies is a great idea! why have I not thought of that?
*painted rocks* » Ah, this is so cute! Finally, a plant you can't kill.
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*painted rock cacti garden* » Ah, this is so cute! Finally, a plant you can't kill.
love this idea!! River rock painted to resemble ... | Craft fever
I love this idea. It would enhance a project about plants and then the children could take home their individual painted stones.
*painted rocks* cactus rocks
P. Allen Smith Garden Home - How to propagate your hydrangea. Who knew it was sooo easy! Think I'll being doing this!
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P. Allen Smith Rooting hydrangeas
Propagating Hydrangea Cuttings | P. Allen Smith Garden Home
Hydrangeas by cutting propagation.
P. Allen Smith Garden Home
How to propagate Hydrangeas
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Rooting Hydrangeas - a page full of brilliant ideas (My granny Allie used to root plants all the time...I need to try this out)
How to propagate hydrangeas -lots of ways to root hydrangeas easily
rooting hydrangeas from Hydrangea Propagation site
How to propagate Hydrangeas / grow hydrangeas
Propogate Hydrangeas *Better instructions for rooting Hydrangeas on this website*
Create stone critters for the garden - Alternative Energy and Gardning
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Create stone critters for the garden! #garden #DIY #crafts
Create stone critters for the garden - Alternative Energy and Gardning. Kids would love this.
Create stone critters for the garden - Alternative Energy and Gardning i had one of these when i was little but it was called a rock concert haha it ws soo cute ! Loved it
Create stone critters for the garden - M had also pin some painted rocks
My kids would love this little rock family!
''Pebble People" Garden Art - this is just one idea but you could also create 'families' with a tall, medium and small pebble or animal critters like a caterpillar with several pebbles joined together. Use your imagination! More kids gardening ideas @ http://themicrogardener.com/gardens-for-kids/ | The Micro Gardener
Painted rock people
Create stone critters for the garden - Bloglovin
'Inspirational Garden Stone - Hand Painted Rock Yard Art / Garden Decor' is going up for auction at 8pm Thu, Jun 7 with a starting bid of $2.
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Inspirational Garden Stone - Hand Painted Rock Yard Art / Garden Decor
Give your garden a little encouragement this Spring with this charming hand painted natural stone block. This simple statement is sure to make the flowers bloom and and your visitors chuckle - what a humorous way to show your love of gardening! Makes a cute gift for anyone with a flower bed, even...
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What a cool idea ~ fill the pot with soil, leaving the herb (or plant) in its plastic container. Then, remove the plant and set into hole. Neat-o!
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planting herbs into another container
Planting Potted Herbs or flowers Place soil around the potted plant. When filled to proper level simply pull out the potted plant, remove the plant and you have the perfect hole. * loosen up the roots first.
What a cool idea ~ fill the pot with soil, leaving the herb (or plant) in its plastic container. Then, remove the plant and set into hole.
fill pot with soil around potted plant. then remove it & plant. so simple & smart!
Planting Potted Herbs
Mini Cacti Garden
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succulent wall planter box
Hanging succulent garden box
Succulent wall garden
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Adding sage to your campfire or fire pit keeps mosquitoes and bugs away. Pascale Lemay Lemay Lemay Lemay De Groof
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Sage: Add it to your #campfire or #fire pit keeps #mosquitoes and #bugs away. #camping #outdoors #sage #lifehacks #campinghacks
Add sage to your campfire or fire pit to repel mosquitoes and other bugs
Adding sage to your campfire or fire pit keeps mosquitoes and bugs away. Since I'm not a happy camper, this would be great for the firepit:-)
Smudge your campfire with sage to keep bugs away
Grow Your Own Kitchen Countertop Herb Garden : Rooms : Home & Garden Television
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Grow your own kitchen countertop herb garden. Would also be a great gift idea!
Grow Your Own Kitchen Countertop Herb Garden: This compact kitchen herb garden ensures all the fresh seasonings you need for a savory Italian dinner are just a snip away. Six hours of sunlight a day and minimal care are all these hardy plants require to provide tasty herbs year round.
Grow your own kitchen countertop Herb Garden with old tin cans
Grow Your Own Kitchen Countertop Herb Garden
Oma's Bird Bath by c shultz, via Flickr DIY Bird bath
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Oma's Bird Bath by c shultz, via Flickr DIY Bird bath @Tanya Marsolf
Bird Bath DIY
Family bird bath idea
Bird bath. All the grand kids will be here for Mothers Day I could get this ready
DIY birdbath for the kids.
Magical Fairy Gardens - how to make your own fairy garden. Fun Fairy Activities. Fairy Food Recipes.
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Amazon.com: Wizard Door Tree Decoration: Patio, Lawn & Garden
Fairy Garden Door + Windows #fairy #garden #fairies #garden #kids #children #imagination #creative #magic #faerie #enchanted #miniature #moss
fairy door & windows and much much more fairy garden lore
elf door tree trunk fairy house
fairy door and windows mounted on tree trunk
red door gnome house
DIY Terrariums - brilliant idea! I want to do this!!!
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would be fun on a desk!: Green Thumb, Weekend Projects, Terrariums Ideas, Diy Terrariums, Succulents In A Bowls, Clean Slate, Succulent Garden, Succulents Terrarium, Plants In A Bowls
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Cactus #garden decorating #garden interior design #garden design ideas #garden decorating before and after| http://modern-garden-design-986.blogspot.com
Wow, beautiful succulent planting
Did I mention how much I hate boxy landscape designs? This is an amazing succulent garden with curves!
Succulent garden - a mini version of this would make a gorgeous vertical garden idea
zen garden with cacti
Suculentas Cactus Otras
Colorful Cacti Zen Gardens by Wendiland... Cool idea so decor and also cool for when you're bored :)
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For your desk at work while your constantly on the phone. Colorful Cacti Zen Gardens by Wendiland... Cool idea so decor and also cool for when you're bored :)
An Almost Foolproof Way to Grow an Avocado Plant from a Seed, also very good information on pruning, so the plant does not grow into a three foot high stick with a couple of leaves.
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An Almost Foolproof Way to Grow an Avocado Plant from a Seed, also very good information on pruning, so the plant does not grow into a three foot high stick with a couple of leaves. @Debbie Downing I know you wanted to grow an avocado tree
How to grow avocado plant from seed
An Almost Foolproof Way to Grow an Avocado from a Seed. I will try this method and see if it works
Box Frame Fence Planting: Not enough sun? Can't bend to garden? Have pets or animal visitors that destroy your plants? Use your fence as a Vertical Garden by making simple framed boxes with a shelf to elevate plants for more sun & easy access. A great garden feature too. More vertical garden design ideas @ http://themicrogardener.com/15-helpful-design-tips-for-vertical-gardens/ | The Micro Gardener
Reinvent your stuff: 21 fun DIY projects | Scrap wood becomes fence shadow box | Sunset.com