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Potted Boxwoods in blue and white pots designed by Parker Kennedy Living

A Blue & White Holiday | The Potted Boxwood

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from The Garden Glove

Easy Steps To Square Foot Garden Success

Planting in a raised bed, 1 plant per 1' square - easy crop rotation - individual water bottles for in-soil watering system

Easy Steps To Square Foot Garden Success

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from Southern Living

Brighten a Shady Spot - 122 Container Gardening Ideas

121 Container Gardening Ideas: Brighten a Shady Spot

Brighten a Shady Spot

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from Martha Stewart

Spring-Cleaning the Garage and Outdoors

Kill Weeds - Pour boiling water on weeds growing between pavers of a pathway. Keep the kettle close to the ground to avoid splashing yourself -- or any nearby plants you want to keep.

Spring-Cleaning the Garage and Outdoors

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from wikiHow

How to Grow Hydrangea from Cuttings

How to root hydrangea cuttings.

How to Grow Hydrangea from Cuttings

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Stanford Community Farm Plot 2

Starting a Vegetable Garden, Starting a Garden

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Cucumbers like it hot. Lettuce likes it cool and shady. But with this trellis, they’re perfect companions!

Cucumber Trellis

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from Just Paint It Blog

19 Vintage Door Upcycling Ideas

Reusing an old door as a Garden Gate. This could work as well. wud b really cute with a picket fence on each side....maybe one day when i have my own lil garden;)

19 Vintage Door Upcycling Ideas - Just Paint It Blog

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How to make a topiary

The House That Lars Built.: 3 ways to make a topiary

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Wine cork garden or herb markers

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Self made Miracle Grow. Put Epsom salts and sugar into each hole with your plant. It makes them grow larger, leafier and greener, use about 1 Tablespoon in a 1 to 1 ratio but I dont really measure it. You can also dissolve 1 Tablespoon into a gallon of water and use it to water your plants, trees, fruit trees, roses, flowering plants, squash,... all veggies. If you have already planted I would sprinkle around the plant and water it well

Alternative Gardning: Self made Miracle Grow

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from Nitty Gritty Dirt Man

The House That Joe Built

Garden inspiration: a home-built potting shed.

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Growing Vegetables In Containers ... You never know when you'll need this chart on how to plant.

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Ten mistakes new herb gardeners make (and how to avoid them)

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Make Your Own Greenhouse

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Cotton Candy Grass - Withstands heat, humidity, poor soil and even drought. Very easy to grow, it reaches a mature height of 3-4 feet tall and gets 3-4 feet wide. Grows in all U.S zones.

Cotton Candy Grass from Collections Etc.

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from Southern Living

Wendy's Rooting Tips - Dreamy Hydrangeas

How to Root Hydrangeas | Turn one beautiful blossom into many with these easy tips. | SouthernLiving.com

Dreamy Hydrangeas

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Square lattice panels for hiding AC

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from Better Homes and Gardens

Make the Most of a Small Backyard

pergola & shed, love this!

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from onecreativemommy.com

Gardening for Dummies: Companion Planting {Free Printable

Gardening for Dummies: What Plants Should I Plant Together? {Free Printable}

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from White on Rice Couple

Container Gardening

Tips for Growing a Lemon Tree in a container.

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Hostas in a pot: every spring they return, in the pot! Add geraniums and ivy for a fuller look.

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Love this... For the garden (108 square feet) --plan #240

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Tomatoes need calcium to achieve their full flavor potential, and calcium is often greatly lacking in our soils. 95% of a dry eggshell is calcium carbonate. When planting your tomato plants crush up (to powder) about 4 or 5 egg shells and put them in the bottom of the hole. Then plant your tomato on top. They'll provide calcium and prevent blossom end rot.

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