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    Salvias (the purple flower in the photo) are one of the best groups of flowers for honeybees and bumblebees. White Fence And Flower Bed With Pink Roses, Salvia, Sage, Catmint And Lady'S Mantel

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    Gomphrena - loves heat and tolerates drought. Attracts butterflies.

    Jim's Favorite Flower Gomphrena Flower Seeds

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    How to grow a wildflower meadow in your garden. You can grow a wildflower patch in your garden - it works best on poor soil. Sow the flower seeds and water in. Check for weeds and water occasionally until they establish. Let them self-seed around at the end for flowers every year!

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    Someday I hope to espalier an apple or cherry tree in my backyard.

    How Do You Like Them Apples!

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    Living Fences

    favorite garden element: espalier trees...

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    Creeping Phlox/ATTRACTS: Ruby Throated Hummingbirds. Plant in rock borders. Great for sunny slopes. Use as a groundcover to control weeds. Great as a groundcover for erosion control. Prefers slightly dry soil. Plant with Red Oak Tree. Spreads quickly. "Scarlet Flame" Hummingbirds favorite. Pull grass out of as soon as you see it, will steal the nutrients. Mulch in Winter with dry leaves.

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    Magnolias

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    Ornamental crabapple - Top 10 Small Trees - Sunset

    Top 10 trees for small spaces

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    Crabapples are small to mid-size trees that range in habit from low mounds to upright, column-shape, or weeping specimens: www.bhg.com/...

    The Best Fragrant Flowers for Your Garden

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    Campanula - easy to grow & self seeds. Plant care is on this post. I am planting this!

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    Weeping PussyWillow A nice weeping form of pussy willow that is trained on a standard to produce a small umbrella-like tree. Silvery catkins appear in late winter or early spring. Grows 4-6’ tall by 6-8’ wide. A nice weeping form of pussy willow that is trained on a standard to produce a small umbrella-like tree. Silvery catkins appear in late winter or early spring. Grows 4-6’ tall by 6-8’ wide.

    ORNAMENTAL/SHADE TREES

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    FLOWERING DOGWOOD. Native tree to North America. It bears pink or white springtime flowers, bright red fruits in late summer and purple-red fall foliage. Does well in partial shade. Grows 10 to 25 feet tall & wide, depending on variety. Zones: 5-8.

    Our Favorite Small Trees

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    The 10 best trees for small yards

    10 Best Trees For Small Yards

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    10 Plants that Smell Heavenly

    10 Heavenly Smelling Plants for Your Yard and Garden

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    Flowers That Come Back Each Year

    flowers that come back each year

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    Take a little of the work out of gardening with these popular, delicious perennial vegetables that grow back every year.

    5 Perennial Veggies to Plant Once and Enjoy... Forever - Organic Authority

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    17 Low-Maintenance Perennials

    17 Low Maintenance Perennials

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    Cool ideas, but did someone actually use bowling balls to edge their tree?!

    Garden Bed Edging Ideas — A Cultivated Nest

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    How to Create a Level Lawn : Page 02 : Outdoors : Home & Garden Television

    How to Create a Level Lawn

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    Lots of cool edging ideas

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    Here, salvaged decorative garden edging is hung upside down from the porch soffit. What a beautiful trellis!

    Don't Fence Me In: Creative Uses for Old Salvaged Fencing

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    Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. use baking soda around all of the edges of flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. Do this twice a year - spring and fall. Awesome!- Must try!

    Sunset Tree, Lake Maggiore, Italy - rugged life

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    24 Creative Garden Container Ideas | Use tree stumps and logs as planters!

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