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Tiny Succulent Planters with cork and magnets.

Dried Flower Garland… so fun to make!

More Design Please - DIY: Succulent Tea Cups

Tea Leaves

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- Plant chives among roses to prevent black spot, drive away Japanese beetles, and provide aphids a more tempting source of food. Who knew chives were so pretty!

Mosquito repelling "Creeping Thyme" plant. It has citronella oil that makes it smell lemony.

Sprinkle Bakes: Spring Flower Lollipops

Spring Flower Lollipops

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The Captain's Log » DIY: Egg-Carton Lights

Dollhouse Bake Shoppe: Simple Gumdrop Roses

So pretty.

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Bottle Deck Decorating

Beach Cottage Vintage Bottle Deck Decorating Ideas

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How to make a Succulent Kissing Ball.

Spring Tea

So pret-tea!

Spring Tea

Dress a Fence with Shadow Boxes

5 great garden decorating ideas

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Beautiful DIY Succulent Book Planters

Beautiful DIY Succulent Book Planters

Turn Old Chairs into Beautiful Flower Beds and Planters

Turn Old Chairs into Beautiful Flower Beds and Planters

Turn Old Chairs into Beautiful Flower Beds and Planters

15 Fast-Growing Flowers for a Cutting Garden By: Tabitha Sukhai, This Old House online

Kousa Dogwood (Cornus kousa var. chinensis) With a bushier growth habit than its elegantly branching American cousin, this Asian native wins fans for its star-shaped summer flowers, good fall color, and large, dangly red late-season fruits. Check the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map to see if you can grow this tree.

Mimosa (Albizia julibrissin) A common sight in California, these feathery, pink-flowering trees like it hot and dry, with free-draining soil. Place away from the wind. Check the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map to see if you can grow this tree.

Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis) Though tolerant of winter cold, the redbud likes the warm summers of its native Appalachian habitat. Its rosy-magenta spring flowers, heart-shaped leaves, and compact form translate well to suburban settings.