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    Yard and Garden

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    Starry night string light!

    Summer Entertaining: 10 String Light DIYs

    outside fireplace against wall

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    Laurel wreath

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    Plant succulents in a shell!

    Oh so succulent

    photo by nancy neil.

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    Succulent Monogrammed Planter made to order by RootedInSucculents via etsy

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    DIY Otomi Table

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    Shredded paper, water, blender and a muffin tin. Seed starters dry & ready for some soil!

    365 Days of DIY: Seed Starters out of Paper Pulp

    hanging basket made from an old tire #DIY

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    12 plants perfect for terrariums

    Top Terrarium Plants

    How to make Kokedama (video)

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    Are you guys familiar with the awesome Japanese gardening technique known as kokedama? These hanging string gardens have been catching my eye all summer, and I knew I had to make my own! Source: DIY Garden: Hanging Kokedama Plant | Free People Blog

    DIY Garden: Hanging Kokedama Plant - Free People Blog

    How to plant garlic (one clove produces up to twenty more) - you can always have fresh garlic!

    How to Grow Garlic - Soap Deli News

    DIY rain chains (the link does not give instructions)

    Elderberry Street: Roger's Gardens Visit

    Window Box Lavender Planter

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    Herb Gardens without the Garden! Sweet Paul Summer 2012

    Non-Existent Domain

    Dinosaur Planters for sale on Etsy!

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    putting a broken terracotta pot to good use

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    Wine bottle planters. Wasn't able to find any instructions, but I like the look!


    Homemade watering can. So simple!

    A helpful yet simple DIY for spring gardeners!

    Step by step project: Planter umbrella stand Strong wind is no friend to most patio umbrellas, but it would take a hurricane to budge this setup. The umbrella rises from a sleeve centered in a flowerpot that's filled with three layers of material: a bottom layer of lava rock to hold the sleeve in place, a center layer of concrete for extra rigidity, and a top layer of planting mix. When there's no need for shade, just lift out the umbrella -- the plants should mask the sleeve.

    Planter umbrella stand

    Growing Rosemary

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    chevron wood planter DIY project

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    Growing potted strawberries

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