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Save soil, save money, grow better plants. Use the cheap plastic pots that plants are potted in when you get them in the bottom of a large planter to provide good drainage and better airflow.

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Harmony Hills Home and Garden: How to Divide Hostas - Step-by-step directions for creating more plants for your garden and to share.

How to Divide Hostas

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The best shade plants for the garden...easy to care for too! Lots of color is created with not only the flowers but the foliage too.

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Discover Top Shade Perennials

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Sweet broom - blooms late winter to early spring, up to 6 feet tall, full sun to light shade, perennial

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Tea Pot Bird Feeder. Isn't this cute for a favourite teapot that got a little chipped but you can't part with?

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Easy to grow houseplants are perfect for those of us who are forgetful waterers. Bring some of these hardy plants into your own home to add a bit of greenery. Try the Norfolk Island pine, Chinese evergreen, grape ivy, snake plant, and more! These fun, fuss-free plants won't leave you discouraged.

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24 of the Easiest Houseplants You Can Grow

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7 Simple Tips for Growing Tomatoes

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DIY inspiration | Homemade Twig Trellis

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Tea pots for bird houses. Great idea! (Cover the hole on both ends of the pouring spout for safety reasons.)

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Make this gorgeous garden gazing ball to add to your garden decor using items purchased at the thrift store and dollar store! It is both easy and inexpensive to make with these detailed tips and instructions. / timewiththea.com

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How To Make A Gorgeous Garden Gazing Ball

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Hose Splitter: 4-Way Tap Adapter for Garden Hoses

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These concrete stepping stones are a true reflection of your garden when imprinted with leaves from the surrounding plants! These can be made in an afternoon and cost less than $2 each in materials, making them a thrifty yet beautiful garden DIY project. #garden #ad #ebay #concrete

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Create Beautiful Garden Stones on a Budget

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Wondering how and when to divide your hostas? We have the answers! Divide every 3-4 years in spring, summer or fall (although late summer is the best time). Dig up your entire hosta and you will notice the individual plants; look for the crowns, and then divide the clumps. Finally, you should replant your hosta divisions and water well.

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How to Divide Hostas

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Using Architectural Plants in the Garden - Tips & Ideas! Horsetail reed (grown the right way) is a great way to add structure to your garden!

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Using Architectural Plants in the Garden | The Garden Glove

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Homemade Miracle Grow

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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.

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Bottle Cap Garden Flower

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How to Make Concrete Pots in 15 Minutes

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How To Save Summer Annual Flower Seeds

How To Save Summer Annual Flower Seeds

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Your flower pots should be as pretty as the plants that grow inside them! Use these 10 DIY garden projects as inspiration to add some color or sparkle to your basic terra-cotta pots. Time for a garden makeover!

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10 Upscale Ways to Make Over Terra-Cotta Pots

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How to Build Attractive Backyard Planter Boxes

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Gardener Beware: Plants That Should Come With a Warning Label!

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