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Cotton Candy Grass

Cotton Candy Grass - Withstands heat, humidity, poor soil and even drought. Very easy to grow, it reaches a mature height of 3-4 feet tall and gets 3-4 feet wide. Grows in all U.S zones.

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Zinc Sphere Hanging Basket

Zinc Sphere Hanging Basket in Garden Structures + Trellises at Terrain

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Rowlinson Rectangular Raised Garden

Rowlinson Rectangular Raised Garden & Reviews | Wayfair

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Sphere Hanging Basket

Sphere Hanging Basket in Gardening PLANTERS Planters All-Weather at Terrain

Rustic garden... so simple and inviting. A simple stone pathway creates a natural look framed by beautiful gardening.

Grow gorgeous Limelight hydrangea! More flowering shrubs for hedges:

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Sphere Hanging Basket

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Expandable Willow Diamond Fence

Expandable Willow Diamond Fence in Garden PLANTERS Structures at Terrain

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DIY Home Projects

Elephant Ears in large planter

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Willow Garden Obelisk

With a classic, stately shape, this natural willow garden structure is a decorative and practical support for climbing plants.- Willow branches, galvanized metal nails- ImportedSmall: 28”H, 10” diameterMedium: 35”H, 12” diameterLarge: 47”H, 14” diameterLarge obelisk will include an oversized shipping fee of $10 at checkout.

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Wire Garden Spiral, Small

This graceful swirl of wire adds elegant detail to flower beds and containers, either as a trellis for climbing plants or unadorned as a stately accent.- Metal wire- Indoor or outdoor use- Imported16”H, 6” diameter

100+ NEW Planters for Spring

.Look at all the flowers. They are mostly in CONTAINERS! And they have used small trees to add structure and their patio garden.

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Using Architectural Plants in the Garden

Using Architectural Plants in the Garden - Tips & Ideas! Horsetail reed (grown the right way) is a great way to add structure to your garden!

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Garden Edging: 5 Ways to Edge Your Landscape with Recycled Materials

5 Creative Ways to Edge Your Landscape!