Gardening


Gardening

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Underside of a water lily

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Senecio serpens & boulders 1

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Verbena bonariensis - tall dark purple flower in a Meadow Planting

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10 vegetables you can grow in the shade

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Cut-and-Come-Again Lettuce - varieties of lettuce you can cut, and that will grow back (like grass)

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simple $ 2 steppers. Down the driveway? In the backyard for herbs?

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Creating Colorful Foliage Gardens

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Trailing Rosemary- requires little water, and has a moderate growth rate. It has no allergens, but yet is very fragrant.

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Low-care plantings look great and don't take up a lot of time. This planting incorporates tough plants such as daffodils, switchgrass, blue caryopteris, blue fescue, and purple-leaf Joe Pye weed. While beautiful, they're also relatively deer-resistant choices.

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Hands Cupped Stone Garden Planter

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Lovely

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beautiful

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Reuse an old tree to make a log pathway in your garden! Great idea!

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Cucumbers are sweeter when you plant them with sunflowers. Don't plant them with watermelons! It ruins the taste of the melons. Lots of other gardening tips on this blog.

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Fairy tower.

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1. Bamboo Palm - removes formaldehyde, acts as a natural humidifier. 2. Snake Plant - absorbs nitrogen oxides and formaldehyde 3. Areca Palm - one of the best for general air cleanliness 4. Spider Plant - removes carbon monoxide and other toxins or impurities 5. Peace Lily - removes mold spores, formaldehyde and trichloroethylene 6. Gerbera Daisy - removes benzene, improves sleep by absorbing carbon dioxide and giving off more oxygen overnight

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Ten Mistakes New Herb Gardeners Make

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yard art

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Ornamental cabbage is stunning with complimentary flower colors ~ Jay Lugibihl

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Each time you crack an egg open, instead of tossing the shell into the trash, drop it into an open container that you keep in the fridge. (I’ve always saved my shells, but my friend Susan suggested keeping them in the fridge – works beautifully.) When the container is full, crush the shells into small bits and sprinkle them around the base of your plants. The sharp eggshells will deter slugs, snails, and other bugs from nibbling on your garden and add a touch of calcium to the soil. #gardening,

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Portfolio Gallery - MetaMosaics

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Succulents

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Potting shed

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Eden rose... Huge and beautiful

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Ice Cream Flower

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