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from Dengarden

Low-Maintenance Ground Covers That Suppress Weeds

Try Creeping Phlox...Red Creeping Thyme, and Mazus for some low-maintenance ground covers that suppress weeds

Red Creeping Thyme. grows 3 inches tall max so very neat--no mowing needed ever. beautiful fresh lemony scent. gorgeous with lavender. perennial. repels mosquitoes. can grow as entire lawn.

from POPSUGAR Food

The Ultimate Vegetable Gardening Guide in Handy Infographic Form

Vegetable Gardening Guide

Blood grass river through creeping thyme, ornamental grasses, groundcover, ground cover, landscaping, gardening, landscape architecture

from Garden Therapy

The Ultimate Seed Starting Guide

The Ultimate Seed Starting Guide from Garden Therapy

from Better Homes and Gardens

What to Prune When

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

from The Garden Glove

Stepables: Perfect Plants for Paths and Walkways

Creeping Thyme -fragrant when bruised, groundcover, walls or crevices, drought tolerant, attracts butterflies

from The Garden Diaries

Containers With Pizazz ! Not Your Ordinary Container!

Shade container garden ~ Caladium,Tuberose Begonia, Creeping Jenny, Ivy, Wandering Jew, Fern, Hosta.

from Sweet Pennies from Heaven

How to Container Garden Vegetables - Guide for Beginners

How to Container Garden Vegetables - Guide for Beginners Gardening Tips & Lots Of Pictures also lots of Good Fresh Garden Recipes.

Golden creeping Jenny - 'Aurea' is a fast-growing groundcover for shade or partial shade. It bears round chartreuse foliage and grows 2 inches tall. It can spread indefinitely. Zones 4-8 view >

OLD CHAIR - staple a piece of vinyl screen to the chair (make sure the screen dips down inside the chair so it can hold a good amount of soil), fill with plants and soil.

from DIY & Crafts

150 Remarkable Projects and Ideas to Improve Your Home's Curb Appeal - DIY &...

Side of the house

from DIY & Crafts

25 Foods You Can Re-Grow Yourself from Kitchen Scraps

Growing food from scraps!! Save yourself some money by regrowing food you've already paid for! Especially nice for those veggies you got at farmers markets. #plants #garden #love #outside #wildwood #getoutside