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Country Livingfrom Country Living

8 Charming Teacup Gardens You'll Want in Every Room of Your House

Even in the cold winter months you can have a beautiful mini garden on display, under the looking glass. Fill a round tray with spring green moss and cover your pink primroses tucked neatly in a flowery teacup (or whichever bloom you choose) with a standout glass cloche.

Hometalkfrom Hometalk

June Garden After A Wicked Winter

Garden art and annuals plus an old gate


Straw-bale gardening lets you grow vegetables without soil

straw bale garden..going to try this, gotta be a way to eliminate the back breaking work and battles with weeds.

Better Homes & Gardensfrom Better Homes & Gardens

Simple Christmas Centerpieces

Freshen with Botanicals -- Elevate a humble wooden box to Christmas-centerpiece status. Start by lining the box with dry florist's foam to anchor evergreen sprigs. Attach citrus fruits (lemons, oranges, limes) to florist's picks and tuck into the greenery. Add interest by cutting some of the fruits in half or adding decorative details. Editor's Tip: Make orange pomanders by using a large needle to poke holes into the orange. Push the stems of whole cloves into the holes.

Hamamelis 'Arnold's Promise' - Witchhazel is a small vase shaped tree/shrub with bright yellow blooms in late winter. In the fall, the leaves turn a striking orange/red.

Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) grows in part to full shade; is deer resistant.

Gorgeous metal Merry Christmas on a heavy iron base tucked into greenery on a mantle. From the blog Back Porch Musings.

Cold frames are a time-honored way to grow leafy greens over the winter and to start seedlings in the spring in cold climates...this would keep the rabbits and deer from eating it too!

Good Housekeepingfrom Good Housekeeping

11 Christmas Decorating Hacks for the Best Holiday Ever

Instead of letting your rolls of paper take over your living room (like it usually does every December) use a garment bag to Corral Wrapping Paper in the back of your closet when you're done filling the space under your tree.

Went a little overboard making my herb garden. Features include an elevated bed, screened enclosure and a solar powered watering system.