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Garden

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Clematis on birdhouse

Aiken House & Gardens: Summer Garden Favorites

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I had this on my wall at one point...Can we do this to our trees? I want to do this....I think that I am going to do this to Tim tree in the front yard.....this is too cool....I Love You

Crafty finds for your inspiration!

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"Hydrangeas pruned short on top, whose side branches are left long, will bloom from top to bottom. Hydrangeas that bloom on top of woody legs have not been pruned, or not pruned properly. If you like your hydrangeas 4′-5′ tall come the end of July, prune them in the spring down to 18″-24″. Don’t be shy-they grow like mad. If you like them tall and bushy, prune lightly. Prune only in the spring-when you see the buds swelling." ...Deborah Silver at Dirt Simple

A Second Look At Hydrangeas | Dirt Simple

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Rustic greenhouse

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stone

10 Ways to Create an Aged Cottage Garden - MyHomeIdeas.com

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27 Medicinal Plants Worth Your Garden Space

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wooly thyme, creeping thyme, "little prince" thyme, and elfin thyme

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Rhododendron wow!

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Wisteria

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Pretty

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I love that this herb garden has a separate section for each herb

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perfect setting

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Building a Living Fence - I like this idea

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238 Free Do It Yourself Backyard Project Plans, like this outdoor grill!

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Leaf Queen Hammock

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Angelonia -It's easy to grow and flowers profusely, great plant for our dry spells and heat. Not fussy about soil either. Butterflies love it!

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Tent blue

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stairs

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How to edge flowerbeds like a pro via Funky Junk Interiors

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wood carved face

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Boxes

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The 576-square-foot plot produces veggies all summer for a family of four, with plenty left over to share. Tidy raised beds and gravel paths make it easy to care for.

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Simple Brick Path

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Bird Food

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So many uses

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