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DIY Concrete Garden Projects • Ideas & Tutorials!

DIY Concrete Garden Projects | The Garden Glove

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Unique and Creative Fairy Gardens • Lots of Tips and Ideas! Including, from 'bonsai empire', step by steps of this cool hobbit house project.

Unique and Creative Fairy Gardens | The Garden Glove

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nantucket hydrangeas

Teeny tiny tomatoes called Tiny Tim. I put three in one pot.

GardenSeed: Tiny Tim Tomato

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How to create an "herb circle" with low-growing varieties.

How to Create an Herb Circle

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How to Plant a Tower Herb Garden for Your Balcony or Patio

How to Plant a Tower Herb Garden for Your Balcony or Patio

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Daylilies and hostas! two hard to kill or in other words, easy to grow plants that make this bed look marvelous! And both plants multiply, too!

The Best Garden Bed Edging Tips

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Easy Backyard Vegetable and Herb Garden for small spaces. I mostly like the idea that my dog will stay out of there !

Easy Backyard Vegetable and Herb Garden for small spaces.

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Carissa Miss: Crib to Bench Outdoor Bench

Hardy annuals, sweet peas are grown from seed each year, and is often sold as plug plants in the spring, ready for planting out. They are climbers with tendrils to support themselves, and so are best planted against a wire trellis, where they will quickly spread out and cover a wide area.

Top 10 Climbing Plants for a Small Trellis

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6 Steps to a No-Work Cottage Garden

6 Steps to a No-Work Cottage Garden

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Watch The Best Perennial Flowers of 2014 in the Better Homes and Gardens Video

The Best Perennial Flowers of 2014

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Don't Be Foiled by Hot Weather

Frame Views

Gerbera daisy Get detailed growing information on this plant and hundreds more in BHG's Plant Encyclopedia.

Knock Out

Find Cool Planting Places

Mark Jenkins creates sculptures made out of packing tape and then places them in real-world contexts. (includes video of how it's done)

Angelique

A Theme of Pinks

Floral Profusion

Colorful Container Gardens

Color Up