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Types of hostas. Zones 3-8. Blooms summer or fall. Light to full shade. 6 to 3 tall, 6 to 5 wide. - My Garden Your Garden

Types of hostas. Zones Blooms summer or fall. Light to full shade. 6 to 3 tall, 6 to 5 wide. I love hostas!

Garden Ideas!- Beautiful

Tough-as-Nails Perennial Garden Plan

Tangerine Begonia With Variegated Ivy. || ♡ THIS WOULD BE PERFECT..... (if the begonias were red! ....sorry!) ♥A

Lovely Urn for the patio.with orange begonia, varigated licorice vine & creeping jenny.

Soil is the key to everything when growing healthy plants — successful rooting, vigorous growth, great harvests, weed, pest, and disease control.

Ask anyone who has a lush garden "what's your secret", and they'll likely tell you that it's all about the soil. Soil is a living, dynamic ecosystem.

There are so many beautiful, easy-care hostas available. Get tips for selecting the best hostas for your yard, as well as tips for selecting the best hosta plants at your local garden center!

There are so many beautiful, easy-care hostas available. Get tips for selecting the best hostas for your yard, as well as tips for selecting the best hosta plants at your local garden center! - My Garden

URNspiration For Your Spring Gardens!

URNspiration For Your Spring Gardens!

Urn with Geranium & Asparagus Fern via P. Allen Smith - use red geraniums.

Winter Porch Arrangement, I have my in-laws milk can from their farm and this would be a great idea for it!

Winter Porch Arrangement, I have my mother-in-laws milk can this would be a great idea for it! Got to do for this fall

Signature planting: Piet Oudolf (list of projects) - Echinops bannaticus, Echinacea purpurea, Allium Summer Beauty

Piet Oudolf's model garden in Hummelo presents a magnificent array of colours - the poetry of nature. "You need to ensure that the plants you put in your garden combine harmoniously with one another," says Piet Oudolf.

Really cool water run off idea

in keeping the basement dry need to check how the water drains form the downspouts on gutters.West Side Residence Project: 'Dry Creek Bed' after a storm