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    Garden Club

    Get your garden growing with these simple tips and party how-tos. We have recipes, too, for the herbs and veggies you grew yourself!


    Garden Club

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    Winter containers are every bit as much fun to put together as summer containers, and the rule "thriller, spiller, filler" still applies. Check out blogger Tara Nolan's winter container inspiration at Savvy Gardening. || Savvy Gardening

    Why the "thrillers, spillers, and fillers" idea works for winter containers - Savvy Gardening

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    The cold weather months are a great time to start planning for your spring garden. From inspiration to budgeting tips, read up on our gardening resolutions at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

    Inspiring Gardening Resolutions for the New Year

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    Easy-to-love bromeliads are easy to care for, too. Their bright centers serve as water reservoirs; just fill up the cup to keep the plant watered. Learn more about beautiful bromeliads at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

    Get to Know Bromeliads

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    Perennial ornamental fountain grasses, like this Hameln fountain grass, are striking in the landscape and in containers. Hameln features fluffy, buff-colored plumes arching above the foliage. Learn more in our slideshow of perennial ornamental grasses at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

    Perennial Ornamental Grasses to Plant This Fall

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    Find out what the best orchid is for you on The Home Depot Garden Club.

    Infographic: What Is the Best Orchid for You?

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    Are your houseplants struggling? Are the leaves yellow or curling and brown? Read up on hints for reviving dying houseplants, and give your plants some TLC today-- at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

    How to Revive a Dying Houseplant

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    Repot your tired and saggy houseplants, and watch them sprout new growth. Find out more at The Home Depot Garden Club.

    The Best Way to Repot Your Houseplants

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    When you give your houseplants a bigger home, they will reward you with longer life. Check out the best ways to repot your houseplants at The Home Depot Garden Club.

    The Best Way to Repot Your Houseplants

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    Before the first freeze nips tender herbs like mint and basil, take handfuls of leaves and preserve them to make herbal sugars, salts and vinegars. Click through for more hints and tips on preserving your herbal harvest.

    How to Preserve and Use Your Herbal Harvest

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    Make a merry topiary tree using a painted terra cotta pot, a can of insulating foam sealant and some decorative branches. Click through for the how-to at The Home Depot Garden Club.

    Last-Minute and Small Space Holiday Decorating Ideas

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    Here's a festive and inexpensive small-space decorating idea: take a sleeve of peat pots, paint them in shades of red, green and gold, add found pine cones and craft star embellishments. Cluster the mini-trees on a mantel or entry table. Click through for more holiday inspiration from The Home Depot Garden Club.

    Last-Minute and Small Space Holiday Decorating Ideas

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    Wondering how to store all your garden tools? Paint a terra cotta pot, mix play sand and 3-in-1 multipurpose oil, then pour into the pot, and voila. It's an easy way to store and keep your garden tools rust free. Find out more on the Home Depot Garden Club.

    Make a Colorful Garden Tool Storage Container

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    Thyme is a gardener's favorite herb. Not only is its fragrance divine, but thyme is hardy and stays evergreen throughout winter. The only consideration is to protect it from the elements with some mulch or pine straw. Easy stuff! Find out more from Bonnie Plants.

    Growing Thyme - Bonnie Plants

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    Taking cuttings of rosemary right from the garden, you can make your own place cards for all your celebrations. ll Spoon Fork Bacon

    Rosemary Sprig Place Cards | DIY Place Cards | Spoon Fork Bacon

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    Gather terra cotta pots, spray paint and extra holiday ornaments to craft this creative Christmas tree. You choose the size of the tree to be desktop-, tabletop- or front porch-worthy. From The Home Depot's Garden Club.

    Stack Terra Cotta Pots for a Stylish DIY Christmas Tree

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    How well do you know radishes, the ideal starter vegetable for new gardeners? Learn the differences between winter, spring and summer radishes from Linda at the Garden Betty blog. || Linda Ly

    Winter Radishes Versus Spring Radishes

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    This Toro electric snow blower is designed to move snow quickly and clean all the way down to patios, decks and driveways while helping to eliminate clogging. "I just bought this item last week, anticipating another Saskatchewan winter. How happy I was today when I came home to try it out. Cleaned up everything in about 1/2 hour. So I have an extra 1.5h non-shovel time to do things like write this review." -Home Depot customer "jody4000"

    Toro Power Curve 18 in. Electric Snow Blower-38381 - The Home Depot

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    After the tenants move out of this birdhouse, you can always fill it with succulents. Dubbed "Home Tweet Home," this kit comes with its own paint and a cute woven thatched-type roof. It's a great project to do with the kids.

    Alex Home Tweet Home Birdhouse Kit-27965 - The Home Depot

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    Fall is the time for the great divide in your garden. When you divide your blooms, it's like getting free plants for you garden. Learn more - The Home Depot Garden Club.

    Divide These 5 Perennials Now

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    Learn how to make this haunted bird house for a scary fairy garden. Find out more by clicking through to The Home Depot Garden Club.

    Make Your Own Scary Fairy Garden

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    Swaddle potted mums in a square of burlap for a super simple harvest look for your front porch. Check out the DIY at The Home Depot's Garden Club.

    Wrap Your Plants in Burlap for an Easy Harvest Look

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    Hardshell gourds are a snap to grow, according to Beth at the More Than Oregano blog. Starting from seed and needing minimal attention, they provide a privacy screen during the summer and now that they're harvested, plentiful gourds for harvest decor. || Beth Billstrom

    Hardshell Gourds ~ Easy to Grow & Harvest - More Than Oregano

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    Protect your plants from frost and cold weather by building a simple raised bed cold frame to sit on top of an existing 4 x 4 bed. Handy screen door closers hold it open. Bonnie Plants shows you how.

    How to Build a Raised Bed Cold Frame - Bonnie Plants

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    Freshen your container plantings with flowers and grasses. Keep in mind that the days are shorter and choose plants that require less sun. Pick up more tips from Proven Winners, including recipes for stunning containers. || Proven Winners Plants

    Container Gardening in Fall

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    Rose expert Chris Van Cleave offers tips for the rose garden in fall. No more fertilizer, and stop deadheading so that the roses can form hips. Read more on his blog, The Redneck Rosarian. || Chris VanCleave

    October In The Rose Garden

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