Old fish tank base with little red wagon filled with sun loving plants. Reuse, repurpose, redo..

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50 Ideas That Will Beautify Your Yard (Without Breaking the Bank)


Creeping Phlox. my favorite plant. Just plant and it grows and grows and grows. Such a pretty garden carpet.

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Cladium ..."Gingerland"

Plant Palette: Caladiums | Garden Design


Lady Anne's Cottage: A Charming Shade Garden...

Lady Anne's Cottage: A Charming Shade Garden...


Lady Anne's Cottage: A Charming Shade Garden...

Lady Anne's Cottage: A Charming Shade Garden...


back yard trees along fence

1327 Ravenel Ln.,Sugar Land, 77479 - home value - HAR.com


Beautiful Border! Great for Texas heat!

Beds and Borders - Greenwood, IN Landscape Design & Installation Experts | Ambiance Gardens | Serving Greenwood, IN


Wagon wheel succulent planter.

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More from Bob and Claudia's garden in Idaho

More from Bob and Claudia's garden in Idaho


Flower pot chair

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Lovely window box of geraniums — The Yvestown Blog

September Garden


Flowering Quince / ATTRACTS: Butterflies. Plant with Butterfly Bush which also attracts Butterflies. Plant where you can see from your favorite window. Drought resistant. "Red" Flowering Quince will also attract Hummingbirds.

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Remember this during pool season - Fill container with vinegar, sugar and salt to trap wasps... Ill be placing these around the yard this year!

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Each time you crack an egg open, instead of tossing the shell into the trash, drop it into an open container that you keep in the fridge. (I’ve always saved my shells, but my friend Susan suggested keeping them in the fridge – works beautifully.) When the container is full, crush the shells into small bits and sprinkle them around the base of your plants. The sharp eggshells will deter slugs, snails, and other bugs from nibbling on your garden and add a touch of calcium to the soil.

Crushed egg shells in the garden


butterfly feeder: butterfly nectar, mix 4 parts water with 1 part sugar and boil for a few minutes until the sugar dissolves. Cool the nectar thoroughly before adding it to the feeder. Large batches can be made and stored in the fridge for 3-4 weeks

Hybrid Birder: A Bobwhite in the Butterfly House


Love this porch! It so reminds me of my Grandma's house in north Alabama!

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Gorgeous pink flowers in a giant teacup

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A salvaged screen door provides a fitting, friendly entrance for this beautiful country garden. Unlike its solid wood counterpart, a screened door offers visitors a sneak peak and can withstand winds without issue.

Great Entrances: 10 Welcoming Garden Gates


How to grow moss on anything. This is beautiful....

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Place fruit inside a bird suet feeder to attract butterflies.

Butterfly Lady - Timeline Photos


Container Gardens

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who knew: pennies in the garden repel slugs and make hydrangeas blue.

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food for butterflies - putting a plate inside a larger plate or saucer that is filled with water will keep ants away from the fruit. Butterflies have a good sense of smell, they have scent receptors at the ends of their antennas, and taste receptors on the bottoms of their feet. ulocal.wgal.com

Fruit for the Butterflies


These DIY string light poles are extra sturdy and they look unlike any string light poles we've seen. Follow our tutorial to make them yourself.

Unique DIY String Light Pole with Concrete Base - The Home Depot Blog