DIY Idea: Paint Your Own Faux-Brick Sidewalk! I'm thinking dark grey with a couple of yellows randomly mixed in for flair. Must pressure wash sidewalk first I guess...
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Paint Your Own Faux Brick Walkway. Clever way to dress up plain concrete.
I need to try this on my back patio! faux painted brick path
Faux Brick Sidewalk or front porch.
Faux brick path, wish someone would do my front porch.
DIY Faux Brick Sidewalk - back porch??
DIY Idea: Paint your own Faux Brick Sidewalk - great idea for porches too!
DIY water fountain
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Outdoor Fountain with Greenery
Build Your Own Water Features | Outdoor project - make a container water garden fountain, from ...
DIY water fountain ... and more container water gardens
20 Colorful Plants for Shade Gardens
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20 colorful plants for shade gardens | What to plant in the shade: Astilbe hybrids | Sunset.com. Feathery, plumelike flowers have an airy quality; they come in shades of pink, salmon, lavender, red, and white above fernlike foliage. A mainstay of shaded perennial borders, they’re also great beside garden pools, along shaded paths, and in pots. Give them moist, rich soil. Zones 1–7, 14–17; short-lived in 8, 9, 14–24.
Shade plants: 20 Colorful Plants for Shade Gardens
20 colorful plants for shade gardens- Plant some of these beauties for great garden color, even in shade
How to root hydrange Flowers Garden Love Yay! i have been looking for this!!!!!!!
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How to root hydrangea cuttings. #Cuttings #DIY #Flower #Garden #Grow #Hydrangea #Multiply |
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Rooting hydrangea cuttings - Locate a stem of softwood and cut a shoot that has several leaves. Trim it into 5-inch-long pieces that each have a leaf toward the top. Remove extra leaves; then cuts the remaining leaf in half to minimize evaporation (and the need for watering). Dip the other end in powdered rooting hormone; plant the cuttings in trays filled with a soilless mix and perlite. Cover with a plastic bag, and stash in a shady location, misting regularly to keep the leaf hydrated.
How to root hydrangea cuttings.... as if I have a green thumb :)
Rooting hydrangea cuttings, I love hydrangeas. If we ever get to buy a house, I will need to know this.
Propagating Hydrangeas: How to root hydrangea cuttings.
HYDRANGEAS... Remember to do this in late July or August...to root branches and grow more hydrangeas!
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Root HYDRANGEAS. In late July or August, root branches and grow more hydrangeas!
DIY: Propagating Hydrangeas - Remember to do this in late July or August - root branches and grow more hydrangeas for free! Great way to share with friends. Bunches of ideas at Southern Living.
Hydrangeas Rooting Tips - (Remember To Do This In Late July Or August; To Root Branches And Grow More Hydrangeas)
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Plan for the future when you are old and cannot do gardening (or you are lazy right now, but like nice exteriors. This is the easiest scenario: Hydrangeas and Hostas.. For the east side of the house
I love me some white hydrangeas & hosta
In my front yard. Plan for the future when you are old and cannot do gardening (or you are lazy right now, but like nice exteriors. This is the easiest scenario: Hydrangeas and Hostas..
Hydrangeas and Hostas make a beautiful landscape idea!
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Wasteria beautiful for the back yard
Wisteria & White picket fence - gorgeous!
I'm thinking wisteria plant for mom's birthday this year.
Wisteria & picket fence - Garden Ideas
Purple flowers overhanging picket fence
Wisteria... Reminds me of my mom and her backyard
David Austin rose 'The Alnwick Rose.'
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Only one of the David Austin rose selections that I will be planting in my rose garden this year. They have a great offer on their website right now. www.davidaustin.com
old english roses | the alnwick rose repeat flowering english rose the alnwick rose
Alnwick rose- David Austen roses are my fav.
David Austin Roses~ "The Alnwick® Rose"- Pretty rich pink, cup shaped buds gradually open to a deeply cupped flower; later developing into a broad, full-petalled, shallow cup of a soft pink which is paler at the outer edges - The Alnwick Rose' has nice rounded, bushy growth and produces its bloom intermittently from early summer to the onset of frost. Plentiful green foliage ideally complements the flower.
The Alnwick® Rose (Ausgrab) David Austin Recommended Variety Category English Roses (English Rose Collection) Bred By David Austin Color Soft Pink Flower Type Double/Full Bloom Size Medium Shrub Hardiness Hardy Fragrance Old Rose with a hint of raspberry Strong Repeating Excellent Special Characteristics Very beautiful, full flowers of a lovely soft pink. Strongly fragrant.
Great idea! Outdoor faucet and hose are by my front door. To disguise them, I bought a small cabinet, painted it to match the house, and cut out the back panel. I placed the cabinet so that the spigot was in the back of the cabinet. The hose, attached to the faucet, sits inside, out of sight behind the closed doors. When I need to use the hose, I just pull out the hose and turn on the faucet. I can also store my sprinkler in the cabinet so that it’s close at hand when I need it.
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Hiding an unsightly hose - Fine Gardening Tip
Great idea! To disguise garden hose, buy a small cabinet, paint iit to match the house, and cut out the back panel. Place the cabinet so that the spigot is in the back of the cabinet. The hose, attached to the faucet, sits inside, out of sight behind the closed doors.
Great idea! Outdoor faucet and hose cover.
Pinner said: Great idea! Outdoor faucet and hose are by my front door. To disguise them, I bought a small cabinet, painted it to match the house, and cut out the back panel. I placed the cabinet so that the spigot was in the back of the cabinet. The hose, attached to the faucet, sits inside, out of sight behind the closed doors. When I need to use the hose, I just pull out the hose and turn on the faucet. I can also store my sprinkler in the cabinet so that it’s close at hand when I need it.
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Backyard shade garden.... Need shade plants.
Hosta garden idea; shade garden
Backyard shade garden- or front yard!
Backyard shade garden // Great Gardens Ideas //
backyard ideas (shade plants)
Shade plants - Back Yard Hostas Native to eastern Asia, hosta came to the United States in the 1800s. Hostas are prized in the shade garden for their large leaves in different shapes and colors of green, deep blue or creamy variegated. Plants are categorized by common characteristics (species) and cultivated varieties (cultivars). According to the American Hosta Society, there are hundreds of hosta species and thousands of cultivars.
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Golden Creeping Jenny has spread throughout this garden bed to create the perfect carpet of chartreuse, which practically glows underneath a planting of blue hostas, purple coleus, and black mondo grass.
Stunning Shade Garden Design Ideas: Utilize Groundcovers - Take advantage of low-growing groundcovers that crowd out weeds to make your shade garden easier to maintain. As an added bonus, many varieties provide an attractive carpet of color (such as this golden creeping Jenny, which practically glows underneath a planting of blue hostas, purple coleus, and black mondo grass).
Shade Garden Ideas: Utilize Groundcovers (this golden creeping Jenny, which practically glows underneath a planting of blue hostas, purple coleus, and black mondo grass
Six tips for effective weed control
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Say NO to weed killer: Six Tips for Effective Weed Control
Six Tips for Effective Weed Control - Fine Gardening Article
6 Tips for Effective Weed Control: Here are some proven methods for controlling weeds in your garden. Read them all here http://www.finegardening.com/how-to/articles/controlling-weeds-garden-how-to.aspx
Scented window box
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Scented window box. I want a window box on my two front windows ;)
Deck boxes! Plants with scent!
Lighten a Dark Wall Make your home sing -- even if has dark or faded shutters and siding like this one -- with a colorful window box. This one does double duty thanks to a scented geranium; its soft scent is a great incentive to open the window and enjoy some fresh air. Tip: Other plants that offer great scents include heliotrope, lavender, rosemary, and sweet alyssum. A. Wax begonia (Begonia 'Bada Boom Pink') -- 2 B. Verbena 'Tapien Plum Frost' -- 2 C. Ivy (Hedera helix 'Eva') -- 2 D....
Easy, Beautiful Window Boxes for Sun Lighten a Dark Wall
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Brian Cruey of the Berkshire Botanical Garden schools us on how and why we should be dividing our perennials every so often in order to obtain better growth in the plants and in our garden overall.
dividong hosta, such an easy project
hosta dividing tips and great stuff!!! http://pinterest-server3.blogspot.com
Another pinner said, "We made an arch like this for beans last year and it was great!" I LOVE THIS IDEA!