What a beautiful arbor and garden gate with purple clematis...



Drought tolerant plants to conserve water and provide an essential food source for pollinators

Xeriscaping: Gardening for Water Conservation


Mosquito Repelling Container Garden Recipe - This recipe was created for a location that gets at least 6-8 hours of sun a day. The plants will grow big and wild in the container, they will flower at different times, and have many different textures of foliage to keep it interesting.

Plant a Mosquito Repelling Container Garden to Protect Entertaining Spaces - Garden Therapy


If you can grow them, everyone needs colourful and decorative tulips and daffodils in their gardens. They bring a fresh breath of air in the spring, and fill in the gaps and while the perennials grow in. But there are many more choices available for hardy bulbs to plant in the fall for that can really take it up a notch.

Beyond Tulips: Extraordinary Fall Bulbs You Need to Grow!


Think that drought-tolerant plants are just cacti? Think again! The top 10 drought-tolerant perennials to grow gorgeous flowers (and save water!)

Top 10 Drought-Tolerant Perennials


Pistachio Hydrangea in a contaner garden. Here is a guide to all you need to know about hydrangeas: a description of the different types, how to change their color, drying projects, and more!

The Essential Guide to Growing Hydrangeas


Lily Love : How to Grow Lilies • Great tips and info on how to grow lilies!

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7 Simple Tips for Growing Tomatoes- tips and tricks to help you grow the best tomatoes in your garden. #Gardens #Container_Gardening #Garden_Decor #Garden_Decor_Ideas #Garden_Design

7 Simple Tips for Growing Tomatoes


Got Stones? Creative, Easy and Artsy Ways to Use Rocks in the Garden! • Tips, ideas & Tutorials!

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Easy brick pathway

Landscaping: Tips for Your Backyard


Christmas Cactus Care Tips - How to care for Christmas Cactus. These tips will help you grow a healthy Christmas Cactus that will bloom year after year.

7 Christmas Cactus Care Tips


Easy Tips for Growing LavenderAwesome!

Easy Tips for Growing Lavender - Flowers Club


Plant diseases can get the best of any gardener. Here are lots of disease prevention tips and two of my favorite recipes for homemade, organic garden disease control.

Organic Garden Disease Control - Small Footprint Family


#14. Stop invasive plants from taking over your garden! | 20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips And Ideas #garden #gardening

20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips and Ideas (with pictures!)


Do you have an area of your garden that is shaded part of the day? If you think you can’t grow anything there, you are wrong. There are many vegetables that grow in shade. Some even thrive when sheltered from the intense rays from the summer sun. Consider experimenting with these vegetables that grow in shade.

30+ Vegetables That Grow in Shade


25 Edible Garden Ideas -- Grow herbs and vegetables no matter the size of your yard

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7 Ways to Attract Butterflies to Your Yard

7 Ways to Attract Butterflies to Your Yard -


Five fabulous perennials for your garden this year

Five Fabulous Perennials


Garden Ideas, Border ideas, Perennial Planting, Perennial combination, Summer Border, Achillea 'Terracotta', Salvia Nemorosa, salvia Caradon...

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Plants that repel snakes... If you're not an admirer of snakes, plant these at every place possible!!!

Prevent snakes in your backyard | Tsem Rinpoche


While cucumbers thrive near bush beans, lettuce and radishes, and choke near potatoes. Beans, beets, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, corn, cucumbers and strawberries make good neighbors -- as long as you plant the onions, garlic, leeks and shallots elsewhere. Peppers do well with carrots, eggplant, onions, parsley and tomatoes, but not with kohlrabi. Keep lettuce away from cabbage and keep onions away from asparagus, beans and peas. Spinach gets along with everyone.

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Gardening Wives' Tales - Which ones really work?

Gardening Wives' Tales: Which Ones Really Work? -


Save some money by saving your own seeds from flowers and plants in your garden.

Seed Saving, Preparing for Next Year's Garden


How to Kill Poison Ivy naturally with vinegar, salt, and blue Dawn

How to Kill Poison Ivy - Ask Anna


Growing asparagus. Perennial vegetable = only plant once! Good companions: rhubarb, strawberry, horseradish.

Perennial Vegetables: Grow More Food With Less Work