Want more butterflies in your yard? Plant the nectar plants they love! Here's a great list of butterfly-attracting annual and perennial plants — including those needed for butterfly larvae. #infographic #garden #gardening
Easy DIY Landscape Steps. Steps and Stairs for your landscape or backyard. Great ideas, projects and tutorials for landscape steps.
Raised garden beds for those of us with sloped yards.
love these narrow raised beds in the side yard...great use of space
Composting is nature’s way of taking waste and turning it into nutrient-rich soil that makes a great amendment to your garden soil (especially if you are sq
Raised Bed Garden Designs - This box works great to block the weeds! It lasted the WHOLE YEAR!!! iSaveA2Z.com
The U.S. Department of Agriculture released a new version of its "Plant Hardiness Zone Map" this week, the first update since 1990. The color-coded zones on this map of the United States are widely used as a guide for what perennial flowers will survive in a particular area, or when to plant your vegetables.
Looking for ways to enhance your backyard garden and patio? Here are 7 ways to create your dream outdoor oasis. Get the list.
Herb garden idea.
Vegetables You Can Grow in The Shade - Compost Rules.
A Garden Setup Like You've Never Seen
love this idea!
pebbles between slabs
Alternate idea for a raised garden bed
Holiday Garden Gifts: How to Force Bulbs via @kwpub - Forcing bulbs for the holidays, or for holiday gifts is a great idea to start now, when fall bulbs are available. You have a variety of healthy stock to choose from this time of year, and it really is an easy project!
If you want to attract butterflies to your garden, you need to know which butterflies are local to your area, and what plants they like. Even more important, what do their caterpillars like to eat?
Fence planter boxes
go to herbal kit
I think that we might have to put a fence around our garden to keep the animals out!
side of the house, where all the grass dies.
Paver Mow Strip for garden edging. So tired of having to rely on string trimmers. We would need a lot of pavers though...we have a lot of gardens!
Every garden is better with birds!
Naturally Kill Crabgrass Without the Use of Chemicals
Making A Dry Creek Bed Drainage Canal for Downspouts