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    Great Ideas for shade trees that grow fast and are easy to maintain. Read this list of fast Growing Shade trees for your yard and landscape.

    12 Fast Growing Shade Trees for Your Yard

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    Phlox and rocks. ♥ this look.. I wanted to do this around my Maple tree in TN.

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    Greenhouse raised garden bed

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    5 Herbs That Repel Flies - via Homestead Crossing Inc's Blog

    5 Herbs That Repel Flies

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    Plant these

    Plant These to Save the Bees

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    Cozy shade garden. Lovely place to get away.

    Shade Garden Ideas

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    Upcycled twig plant markers - these could make a really cute home made present for the green fingered person in your life #homesfornature

    26 DIY Plant Markers For Your Springtime Garden

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    DIY Raised Garden Beds.

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    Plant a garden full of mosquito repelling plants so you can actually enjoy being outdoors :)

    11 plants that repel mosquitoes - Home to Home DIY

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    Organic Gardening: Coffee Grounds + Egg Shells = No Blossom Rot Just sprinkle into the soil when you plant your seeds

    Organic Gardening: Coffee Grounds + Egg Shells = No Blossom Rot

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    Very smart! Rinse veggies right in the garden and then re-use the water on the plants. Plastic bucket and small laundry basket/colander from Dollar Tree would do nicely. | protractedgarden

    Tubtrug Colander

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    Use limes and cloves to get rid of mosquitos. Need to remember this!

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    Firewood Storage- repurpose some of those pallets...for trash cans and wheel barrow...

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    Put dog bowls in planters for a nicer look on the patio. @Megan Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Bruce

    Dog Bowls - Cat Bowls - Pet Feeders - Pet Treat Jars

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    Vegetables You Can Grow in The Shade MARG- I could turn that awkward rock garden under the porch into this sort of garden!

    Vegetables You Can Grow in The Shade - Compost Rules.

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    How To Make A Butterfly Feeder To Attract Butterflies

    How To Make A Butterfly Feeder To Attract Butterflies

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    Grow your own ginger roots from store-bought produce with these simple tips.

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    These plants thrive in hot, dry conditions, and will fill your yard with color over the entire summer! All plants shown in diagram below. Planting Instructions and Garden Plan included. Zones 5-8.

    Planned Gardens - Drought Tolerant Sun Garden

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    Sometimes planters can stretch the budget. But there is a great and inexpensive way to make them - or to recycle yours or a mates! Using masonry glues like Flexi Wall 'n' Floor, you can stick pavers together to form a square, along with a bottom. If you think you'll need better drainage, turn the bottom paver 45% and glue the areas where it meets - the corners allow for free drainage. Follow picture links for more ideas on turning junk into treasures...you are limited only by your imagination!!

    10 Upcycling Ideas for the Non-Crafty

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    How to grow sprouted onions

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    drainage without the eye-sore

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    22 Front Yard and Backyard Landscaping Ideas - Landscaping Designs - Country Living

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    Plants for the shade!

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    Flowers to plant in your vegetable garden that will repel pests and attract pollinators: Larkspur, Lavender, Cosmos, Sweet Peas, Zinnias, Purple Cornflower, Blueberry bushes, Huckleberry bushes, Milkweed, Bee Balm, Sunflowers, Sedum, Salvia, Penstemon, Goldenrod, Chives

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    A little bowl containing orange slices attracts butterflies in droves, who knew?

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