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Lavender in a pot. Easy. Comes back every year. Just prune back. Simple and beautiful. -Also wanted to say, it loves the sun. Blooms are darker. Pots are great for all herbs!

Just 3 simple steps: Pour quick-set concrete into the mold on any flat surface. Smooth with a trowel. Wait one minute, lift mold and move on. This mold measures 20 inches x 24 inches x 2 inches, and holds one 60 pound bag of premix concrete. Makes a straight path or patio.

Use vodka to prolong the life of your flowers! Just add a capful of vodka to the water and it will keep bacteria away from the cut stems. Add a pinch of sugar, too, and it will nourish the flowers as well as store-bought flower food.

Got a bouquet of roses you really loved? You can keep on enjoying them, by cutting the stem, inserting them in a potato and planting them!

DIY concrete cobblestone path. here @Jillian Medford Boland I have this and love it. Not only is it great for paths but you can make just a hand full of random stones for flower beds and by mixing cement stain in with the cement you can alter the colors.

Replace the light bulbs in an old chandelier with inexpensive solar lights. Hang it from a tree branch. You'll have gorgeous outdoor lighting without having to provide electricity.

fairy garden in a bath

Simple, colorful, creative!

Mosaic garden path...

5 Vertical Vegetable Garden Ideas: This pumpkin canopy is fairytale-fantastic!

The column is open on the bottom so that the fish can swim up out of the pond and be at eye level if they want to.

Awesome! $400 Garden Retreat made mostly from repurposed materials download plans at