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To keep algae at bay in bird baths add some pre-1986 pennies. The key is copper. -- what an easy fix!

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Storage Secrets for Your Garden Shed

Provide for Nature

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The Best Berry Plants for Birds

The Best Berry Plants for Birds: Invite flocks to your backyard by planting fruit-bearing trees, shrubs, and groundcovers in your landscape.

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A Garden of Garden Rooms

Be Creative - An old stone became a charming birdbath in the Foster's shady garden room. Almost a hidden garden, it features a few dramatic elements such as this bold purple-leaf elephant's ear. Test Garden Tip: Shady areas of your yard don't have to be barren. Select shade-loving plants to fill it with color and texture.

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Master the Art of Using Color in the Garden

Create Repetition

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25 DIY Low Budget Garden Ideas

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Elegant one of a kind bird bath. "The Ava" is beautiful repurposed glass garden art. Recycled art.

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Make a Birdbath

Rustic Birdbath - Freeform shallow tufa bowl with imbedded glass

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Fast and Fabulous Ideas to Decorate Your Garden

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Outdoor Christmas Decorating Ideas

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Make a Birdbath

Birdbath Basic: Keep it Shallow Select a rough-surface basin such as one made of concrete or stone that gradually becomes deeper (to 3 inches) and allows birds sure footing as they wade. Improve the traction of a smooth-surface birdbath by placing gravel in it