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    Corkscrew Rush

    It's always disappointing finding a houseplant that you love, but know won't grow in your cozy bedroom. Many interesting plants can be grown indoors but usually ones that bloom, display bright colors, or produce fruit can need a lot of sun. Thankfully, plenty don't.

    grow in full sun. Persian Shield. Easily multiplied by simply breaking off and sticking in potting soil. You can have all you want and save money too

    BURIED POTS WITH AGGRESSIVE HERBS

    Gazania 'Frosty White Flame'

    Save your vegetable garden! With these companion plants, you can up your harvest and avoid sharing your produce with unwanted pests.

    Pepper plants don't need a lot of food to prosper.

    How to thin, divide, and propagate overgrown hosta plants - for future reference

    For gorgeous containers, use the Thriller/Spiller/Filler method. Choose a taller plant as your thriller, a filler to add around the base and a trailing plant to spill or cascade down the sides. More container garden tips @ http://themicrogardener.com/6-easy-diy-container-garden-projects/ | The Micro Gardener

    Baptisia’s true-blue flower steals the show every time. See more fuss-free beauties: www.bhg.com/...

    When to prune everything....a good guide to keep handy.

    Zebra Ornamental Grass Impressive and exotic looking, growing 4-7 ft. tall and spreading to 3-5 ft. Emerald-green foliage will develop golden stripes midsummer, and silvery plumes appear in autumn and last through the winter. Does best in full sun, as an accent or grouping. Hardy and will tolerate drought and a wide range of soil conditions. Potted plants. Zones 4-9.

    Easily switch out seasonal plants by placing your potted plants IN pots. | 31 Home Decor Hacks That Are Borderline Genius

    Red Creeping Thyme. grows 3 inches tall max -- no mowing needed ever. fresh lemony scent. gorgeous with lavender. perennial. repels mosquitoes. can grow as entire lawn. I would love this between the curb and the sidewalk, all along the front of the house. It would be a big impact, eye catcher. With some inlayed stepping stones for the mailbox and parked cars.

    Mix your clematis

    Growing strawberries (Or any plants!) from a gutter hung on the fence

    "living stones"...NEAT!!

    Easy Groundcovers Let easy-growing groundcovers be the solution to your landscaping problems. Here are some of the best groundcovers for your yard. By Kelly D. Norris

    Best Plants for Landscape Edging: basics on alyssum, barren wort, bloody geranium, Japanese forest grass, lady's mantle, sedum, and thrift