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Keeping Your Pets Safe: 10 Non-Toxic House Plants

Keeping Your Pets Safe: 10 Non-Toxic House Plants ASPCA

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Free Plants!! • Tips and How-To's on propagating plants!

7 tips to keep them happy

hello hydrangea: How to Repot Succulents

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Colorful Succulents

2014 Pantone Color of the Year - Radiant Orchid - Bring this lively shade of purple into your home with accessories, like PAPAJA plant pots.

Terrarium Care Instructions: The succulent garden terrarium is planted in a porous potting mix, to allow for some drainage. The plants require bright light, but not hot, direct sun. Succulents store water in their thick stems. For best results, maintain a moderately dry soil. Water sparingly, approximately 3 teaspoons of water every 7-10 days.

Alliums- Helps repel slugs, aphids, carrot flies, cabbage worms and other pests. Companion plant for carrots, fruit trees, cabbage, broccoli, tomatoes, potatoes and peppers.

The Landscape Design Studio

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Ombre succulents

Succulent Care 101 - Infinity Lawn & Garden

Succulent Care 101 - Infinity Lawn & Garden

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hollyhocks

>> DIY Miniature Garden for Beginners by Instructables << >>> More Creative Ideas

DIY Miniature Garden for Beginners DIY Projects | UsefulDIY.com

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DIY fairy well for fairy gardens - to put next to the fairy tree house for the kids to discover

Juise: Make a Faerie Well

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Fairy garden - DIY

Fairy ก้อนหิน | BhoomPlay

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This is what I want my backyard to look like. Ferns embrace the steps by Pandorea..., via Flickr Jim Scott Gardens

Motherload of DIY beekeeping plans and information | Bee Hive Journal ....Awesome listing of free DIY plans for just about everything you could need!

Bee Hives. Stowell Park.

DIY compost bin

Plant these in the garden to repel mosquitoes - wont get rid of them completely, but every little bit helps! All these plants really need to have some direct sunlight on them during the day to get them to grow, even in Houstons tropical climate. ~ Houston Foodlovers

Chicken coop

Growing fruit trees indoors is very rewarding and easy to do. You don't need to be living in a warm climate (or even have a green thumb)

Bee hives - I love the beehives as little buildings, would love to have some bees someday.

13 Tips for Growing Better Tomatoes ~ One I didn't know is to put Epsom salt in the whole where you plant your tomatoes, Then water with Epsom salt water.

Composting

Continuous cilantro growing method, worth pinning even if a second time! This sight has some great ideas!

1 Man Produced 6,000 Pounds of Food on 1/10 Acre. Here's How