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Rosemary isn't just for cooking - it's also a great ornamental plant that does well in the landscape, including drought tolerant gardens.

Growing Rosemary in the Drought Tolerant Garden - Birds and Blooms

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Clustered field sedge gives this front lawn a unique, unconventional look. The eco-friendly plant can tolerate almost any condition. Do a little research on the different varieties of sedge to find just the right one for your lawn.

Sedge | When the Grass is Not Greener: 10 Plant Alternatives to Spruce Up Your Lawn

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Plant These to Save the Bees

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Growing The Home Garden: Gardening in the Home Landscape: Making A Dry Creek Bed Drainage Canal for Downspouts

Sedum Spurium 'Tricolor' - zones 4-9; full sun; easy care perennial ground cover; pink flowers

10 Herbs You Need To Grow - Fresh herbs have a long history of medicinal and culinary uses. And some herbs, have both properties. Depending on your goals, these 10 versatile herbs are ideal for most gardeners.

Best DIY Projects : 10 Herbs You Need To Grow - Fresh herbs have a long history of medicinal and culinary uses. And some herbs, have both properties. Depending on your goals, these 10 versatile herbs are ideal for most gardeners.

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Cottage gardens, which emerged in Elizabethan times, appear to have originated as a local source for herbs and fruits.According to the late 19th-century legend of origin, these gardens were originally created by the workers that lived in the cottages of the villages, to provide them with food and herbs, with flowers planted in for decoration.

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Beyond spray and wipe-out

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DIY Outdoor Solar Light Hangers on { lilluna.com } Great and simple project for the porch or backyard.

DIY Solar Light Hangers

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DIY Outdoor Solar Light Hangers on { lilluna.com } Great and simple project for the porch or backyard.

DIY Solar Light Hangers

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Every garden should have a place where you can actually sit and enjoy it. Try hanging an old door from a tree with heavy rope for a gorgeous place to have a bite and take in the scenery. See more at Green Wedding Shoes. - HouseBeautiful.com

9 Lovely Ways to Create a Cottage-Style Garden

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The signature of a cottage-style garden is an abundance of old-fashioned, petal-heavy flowers, like roses, bellflowers, and peonies (pictured above). Bonus: Your garden will not only look beautiful, it will smell amazing, too. - HouseBeautiful.com

9 Lovely Ways to Create a Cottage-Style Garden

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Keep things from feeling too messy and chaotic by lining the perimeter of your garden with a classic white-picket fence. Plus, there's nothing more beautiful than bright flowers peeking out from in between the crisp white fence slats. - HouseBeautiful.com

9 Lovely Ways to Create a Cottage-Style Garden

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Use gravel to pave a garden path that meanders alongside your flower beds. The key is to avoid any rigid lines, instead letting the path wind to mimic the free-flowing nature of the flowers beside it. - HouseBeautiful.com

9 Lovely Ways to Create a Cottage-Style Garden

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Nothing in your garden should look too polished. In that vein, it's best to use garden accessories that have a vintage feel, like a weathered pitchfork or an old galvanized steel watering can. - HouseBeautiful.com

Above all, your garden should have an organic, relaxed vibe. Forgo rigid wooden planters for something fun, like these rain boot alternatives. Get the tutorial for these planters at Rosy Posy. - HouseBeautiful.com

9 Lovely Ways to Create a Cottage-Style Garden

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The addition of an arbor will instantly transform your garden into a romantic escape, not to mention it's a beautiful place to showcase climbing flowers and vines. - HouseBeautiful.com

9 Lovely Ways to Create a Cottage-Style Garden

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The secret to a cottage-style garden is to create an informal, yet inviting, landscape through overflowing flowerbeds of varying colors and textures. By replacing a manicured lawn with mixed flowers, you create a decidedly casual atmosphere that celebrates the gifts of nature. - HouseBeautiful.com

9 Lovely Ways to Create a Cottage-Style Garden

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Learn how to garden for wildlife and create a Certified Wildlife Habitat

Create a Certified Wildlife Habitat - National Wildlife Federation

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The secret ingredient for naturally boosting your plants' growth!

How To Make And Use Compost Tea - The Ultimate Organic Fertilizer

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Best Hardy Perennials for your garden-- good info to know! via On Sutton Place

Hardy Plants ~ The DIY Gardener's Guide - On Sutton Place

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Cuttings and Grafting: How you go about making new plants from old.

Cuttings and Grafting

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Top 10 Shrubs for Shade: Oakleaf Hydrangea

Shrubs for Shade | Shade Gardening | Top 10 - Birds and Blooms

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Planting Trees to Attract Birds

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Find the type of fence that will work best to enclose your garden space with this gallery from HGTV Gardens.

Types of Garden Fences : HGTV Gardens

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