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Central Oregon Gardening & Outdoor Ideas

Central Oregon Gardening can be a challenge; but, we can also place other outdoor items within our garden as well...come check it out!

Central Oregon Gardening & Outdoor Ideas

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Painted Rock Garden Markers

Great use for an old apple container! Mini greenhouse! Easy to label, and you can see the progress!

13003 Ladybug Landing Edger Pattern by OilCreekOriginals

Hanging copper planters.

Surprising Garden Pots: Copper Gutters | Garden Club

Peony Organic Bulbs

Peony Collection (Set of 4)


How to Grow Dahlias • Great Tips and Ideas!

3 fall gardening tips to have the greenest lawn, and most beautiful flowers in the spring.

Growing The Home Garden: 3 Chores to Do in Fall for Spring!

Great idea for entryway!

Family Rock Garden - Natural Keepsakes - The Gardening Cook

Succulent balls.

Hanging Sedum morganianum

succulents are so beautiful damnit

Vertical Garden AND outdoor screen!

Using the Vertical Vegetable Garden Technique

Succulent frame... to hang on the fence.

Outdoor Courtyard- House Beautiful

50 Outdoor Room Ideas

Amazing lighting

Amazing lighting

How To Turn a Pallet Into a Garden

She Looketh Well . . .: Super Cool Garden Project

#DIY potting bench! this would also work good with a narrow shelf on top of it (to look like a hutch sort of, for misc) would love this on my back deck.

Thrifty Decor Chick: DIY Potting Bench with Dad

How To Make a Succulent Kissing Ball

THUMBS UP! 7 tips for growing mad giant basil plants | Offbeat Home

7 tips for growing mad giant basil plants

plants that repel misquitos

ATTN...Bendites of Central Oregon...the deer LOVE be aware:) They are already eating one of mine in the yard that is trying to grow.

Thumbs up! Russian Sage...deer resistant and it's purple....beautiful! My experience with them is they are slow I would recommend buying one the size you are happy with first.

09/09/14 Hydrangea in the I gotta go buy some mulch to help keep her warm this winter.

09/09/2014 Here is the hole I dug for the Hydrangea. It's about a foot deep. Pot will go in and then I will fill around mulch to help keep her warm during our brutal winters here. Crossing my fingers.