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Fairy rose - best shrub rose ever. Can't kill it, blooms its head off all summer.

Where to cut roses to help them grow bushy and flower more... after blooming cut just above an eye (shown) in early spring you cut the roses all the way down... just above ground at the third eye....

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Angel Wing Begonia ♥

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.

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DIY Add landscaping to your backyard ~ lots of inspiring landscaping ideas ~ Pictures Of Texas Xeriscape Gardens

The 10 best trees to grow in small yards, or small areas.

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Hummingbird Garden Plants ❤❤

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Add Personality Look for ways to imbue personal style to your landscape. Creating a flower house like this may be a little over the top, but adding a few topiary bunnies or another form of garden art might be just your thing.

Building a bug hotel or wildlife stack in your garden is a great way to attract beneficial insects and wildlife into your garden such as ladybirds, bumble bees, butterflies, frogs & toads. This will help to create a more diverse range of wildlife in your garden, help tackle those unwanted bugs in your garden and increase pollination. #homesfornature #diy