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Use burlap as a liner

Use doubled-up burlap to line open planters instead of costly and stiff coconut husk liners. By Bees knees bungalow

We have some Fabulous Burlap DIY's for you today! Burlap projects you are going to want to make for you ...your friends and family and your own home! ENJOY

25 Burlap DIY's

Use burlap and a hanging pot liner to make your own Diy Fabric pot. Use burlap and a hanging pot liner to make your own Diy Fabric pot.

Something like this but with the old chair and Meah's roses. I think it's going to be great...

Garden support for peonies. Cool idea, I might do this for my peonies. Paint the chair a bright happy color.

Clever idea for hanging Boston ferns: Leave them in their pots and snip the hangers off. Then just place them in the hanging planters with coco liners. This makes is super easy to remove them in the late fall, and you can reuse the liners next year. A great idea from Lesley Graham on The Home Depot Blog. || @lesleywgraham

Curb Appeal with Plants: A Front Porch Makeover

Not only does your front porch offer visitors the first glimpse of your (hopefully!) welcoming home, it also contributes to your home value with curb appeal.

One of our most popular posts, “Containers You Never Thought Of” (find it here) was just begging to be repeated, so we spent some time this week searching for even more unique garden container ideas.

Lovely purple planter.  A. Alternathera 'Purple Knight' -- 1;  B. Calibrachoa 'Blush Purple' -- 6;  C. Plectranthus argentatus -- 1;  D. Vinca major 'Variegata' -- 2;  E. Dracaena marginata -- 1

Create Bold, Dramatic Container Gardens

A layer of foliage plants rises above, which creates even more interest. Alternathera 'Purple Knight' -- 1 B. Calibrachoa 'Blush Purple' -- 6 C. Plectranthus argentatus -- 1 D. Vinca major 'Variegata' -- 2 E.

Grow moss Take a clump of healthy moss and crumble it into your blender. Add 2 cups of buttermilk and 2 cups of water. Blend at the lowest speed until it is completely mixed and the consistency of a thin milk shake. (add water if necessary) Paint the mixture onto rocks, pots or statuary, or …

how to grow moss.Take a clump of healthy moss and crumble it into your blender. Add 2 cups of buttermilk and 2 cups of water. Blend at the lowest speed until it is completely mixed and the consistency of a thin milk shake.

Make use of all those spent coffee grounds by adding them to your garden! Great, easy tips!

Another pinner said.Hydrangea will always be one of my absolute favourite plants (Mine too!)and this website has just about everything you need to know about them!

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From Martha's Home to Yours: Moss Gardens

Moss Gardens ~ Idea for cut logs.drill out with hole saw, plant moss, ferns or even hostas. Place in shady garden nook.

Great combo idea for your AAS Winners Canna 'South Pacific Scarlet' and Canna 'Tropical Rose'

Canna Penta Periwinkle Star Zinnia Sweet Potato Vine Signature Gardens: Container combo for sun

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