Lola Syahir
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11 Plants that Repel Flies

11 Plants that Repel Flies. Don’t settle for ugly fly traps or hazardous chemicals; simply choose some plants that naturally repel flies. Here is a list of a few that can keep those pesky pests away!

A small trellised planter perfect for patios and corner accents.  (clematis, tomatoes, morning glory)

And a small trellised planter perfect for patios and corner accents. (climbers, veggies and/or flowers…). And a small trellised planter perfect for patios and corner accents. (climbers, veggies and/or flowers…).

Temporary trellis for morning glories or other annual vines

Trellis Triangles - to hold short or long lengths of dowel. Screw triangles to house. Slide in a length of dowel & tie strings between dowels. Strings support the climbing plant. At end of season - snip strings & leave triangles & dowels for next yr.

Hide the downspout with a trellis. I really like this idea and it looks great too.

Came across this cracker of an idea to hide those ugly water pipes/rain spouts. Creative and clever. ~ purplehomes: Clever or creative?

Tips on growing effortless vines (five varieties included)

Tips on growing effortless vines (five varieties included) Clematis is gorgeous, we had some at the house we grew up in Hunter and it looked amazing every year. Im going to try to get some growing I'm my back yard.

Best Plants for a Trellis

Best Plants for a Trellis - When selecting the best plants for a trellis, it is important to consider the natural habits of the plant.

DIY Garden Privacy - Gorgeous ways to make your backyard private!

Morning glory porch screen -- You can't eat morning glories but you can use this idea to grow green bean plants that run, such as pole beans or half runners. It will make it easier to pick them plus provide some shade and privacy on your porch.