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An Easy Way to Edge a Lawn

Well, humph! Dont you hate it when you see a simple idea and think Why didnt I think of that!! An Easy Way to Edge a Lawn

An Easy Way to Edge a Lawn - Martha Stewart Home & Garden

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Pat & Jim Stewart of Woodinville WA

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Small Garden/patio Ideas planting a tomato plant in a bag. You can also hang a bag upside down and grow a tomato plant hanging out a small hole at the bottom. The roots will grow up and the tomatoes will hang down perfectly. No need for trellising, let gravity do the work ;> #garden #gardening

How To Grow Tomatoes Without A Garden

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How to Make a Rock Garden

How to Make a Rock Garden : How-To : DIY Network

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for the rain garden between the houses

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Planning Your Garden: Why You Should Cultivate a Rain Garden This Year

A Rain Garden may be the perfect idea for the draining swale in our backyard. Combined with a dry stream bed would be perfect.

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How to Build a Rain Garden

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Our DIY Ballard rain garden

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Rain Garden- ideas for redirecting rain water into the garden

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Rain Garden Collects Runoff Water from Gutters on the Roof

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6 Easy Steps to Make a Rain Garden. Dry (at times) river bed helps rain navigate through flower beds or the yard

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Building a natural stream to guide rain water around the house After construction and planting, the streambed looks like a natural part of the landscape.

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Using Rain Gardens to Keep Waterways Pollution-Free

More than pretty front-yard flower beds, rain gardens are designed to filter and divert rain runoff to keep waterways pollution-free. See our super gallery for how to create your own. | Illustration: Rodica Prato | thisoldhouse.com

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Garden bed with hardy succulents on gravel berm for good drainage. North Carolina.

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Fence landscaping

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How to have HANGING FERNS that are the ENVY of the Neighborhood

Keep the fern in the same pots they come in, every other day submerge them in a 5 gallon bucket filled with 1/2 cup of epson salts & 3 gallons of regular water until the soil stops bubbling, then hang up to drip dry... ferns will be dark green, glossy, and 3x3 by September from ferns that start out with 7 fronds in May.

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Porch Rules

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A new look for an old ceiling fan. It even spins in the wind!

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start seeds in ice cream cones and plant in to ground....how clever, biodegradable

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Zahara Double Fire Zinnia Seeds

Zahara Double Fire Zinnia Seeds - bedding zinnia, super compact, draw BEES and butterflies, withstand heat/humidity/drought and other punishing conditions

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How to edge flowerbeds like a pro! via

How to edge flowerbeds like a pro! via Funky Junk Interiors

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Inexpensive Landscaping Ideas

Inexpensive Landscaping Ideas --- really great ideas from lots of resources (from plants at a yard sale to construction sites and more)

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32 Cheap And Easy Backyard Ideas That Are Borderline Genius

Replace the light bulbs in an old chandelier with inexpensive solar lights. Hang it from a tree branch. You'll have gorgeous outdoor lighting without having to provide electricity.

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