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    Funky Junky Fence garden art made from old metal serving dishes and other scraps.

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    An Ancient Chinese Ginkgo Tree Drops an Ocean of Golden Leaves

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    How to Make an adorable and rustic Bottle Cap Flower by Amanda Formaro, Crafts by Amanda

    Make a Bottle Cap Flower

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    . To this day the bottle tree has hung on as a symbol of the rural South, and they’re often simply constructed on dead trees by sliding bottles of any color over the bare branches. Nowadays it seems every garden or nursery or blog I visit has a bottle tree. It's a fun, colorful, and economical piece of yard art.

    How I did it | Digging | Page 4

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    Small Backyard Ideas Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel, and Decor - page 6

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    Been looking for new arch ideas for my yard. This would fit in easy!

    passengers on a little spaceship: laurel hedge

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    Color combinations and path.

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    In-town alpine escape | Home & Garden | The Register-Guard | Eugene, Oregon

    Not Found | The Register-Guard | Eugene, Oregon

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    Garden Art From Junk Dishes | Spoon dragonflies

    Garden Junk Projects

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    Six Steps to Amazing Zinnias with Sensible Gardening

    Six Steps to Amazing Zinnias

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    zinnias, they are the champion of summer. They never disappoint. I will use more next year. Right after petunias they are the biggest bang for your buck. Just don't plant too early they do not like cool nights. Planning for next year!!!!

    Collecting Seeds from Zinnia Flowers

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    DIY Garden Mushroom - Made with terra cotta pots and drain trays.

    DIY Garden ­Mushrooms | Backyard Projects - Birds & Blooms

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    simple branch trellis

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    Of course, Cardinal Flower, Lobelia cardinalis, is a well known and popular hummingbird attracting plant. The reason? It works! Photo by Hank Davis.

    Cardinal Flower | The Nature of Delaware

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    Day 4. my mixed media

    Day 4. my mixed media

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    old chippy dishes in planters!

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    Bobbi Smith: Bird Crazy Treehouse...

    Bird Crazy Treehouse...

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    Six Steps to Healthy Roses with Sensible Gardening and Living

    6 Steps to Healthy Roses | SENSIBLE GARDENING AND LIVING

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    Parts of the daylily.

    How To Keep Stella De Oro Daylilies Blooming All Season Long

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    How To Grow Gooseberries - Gooseberries can grow pretty much anywhere, they are not picky about the soil type too.

    How To Grow Gooseberries

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    Echinops ritro ruthenicus. Undemanding, unfazed by heat & happy as a clam in ordinary soil with some drainage, “Globe Thistle” is a simple to grow, magnetic choice for the dry garden. Impressive, 3” across, richly colored blue “golf balls” stand out on strong multi-branching ghostly white stems above finely cut, shimmery silver foliage to 2’ across. Mid-Summer to Fall blooms.

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    A bunch of different crafts to use seashells in the garden - whether you are a shell collector, crafter, or planning a beach-themed wedding, there is sure to be an idea or two here you can use! #ad #shells #wedding

    Seashells in the Garden

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    Wigwam Grips (2) to make teepee I have used these for YEARS and love them! Gwen

    Wigwam Grips (2) to make teepee

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    Curb Alert! : American Flag Baby Crib Rails (A Red White and Blue Celebration!)

    American Flag Baby Crib Rails (A Red White and Blue Celebration!)

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    Gallon of water, 1 chopped onion add to gal of water. let it sit under the sun for 3days and spray it over your veg plants, n flowers to keep bugs from eating the leaves. I personally used it on the lawn and around the windows n doors to keep the bugs n mosquitoes away and it worked. I read this in magazine from old sturbridge village. Cant recall what year

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