Mosquito Traps (click picture for details)

Making a Mosquito Trap

A mosquito trap! I'm going to try it this summer and see if it works. A mosquito trap! I'm going to try it this summer and see if it works. A mosquito trap! I'm going to try it this summer and see if it works.

Raised Beds inside fence

How to Build a Raised Garden Bed

Raised Flower Beds with a Huge Fence as a Background.everyone seems to put these raised beds inside the yard, but I think I'd like them more outside the yard (plus it might be a clever way to make a shorter fence tall enough to keep the dogs in.

25 Curb Appeal Ideas -- Make your home exterior beautiful! @Remodelaholic

25 Curb Appeal Ideas

Spruce up your front yard with these DIY friendly projects to add curb appeal and make your home exterior beautiful and welcoming.

Use your fence for garden space - this might be something to consider!

Vertical Gardening Inspiration

Great for a new garden look! Add this wooden vertical gardening to your backyard fence! -- vertical gardening ideas with wooden fence. Another perfect way to grow strawberries!

20 stunning shade garden design ideas: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/landscaping-projects/solving-shade/shade-garden-design-ideas/?socsrc=bhgpin041215gardenpath

Stunning Shade Garden Design Ideas

7 Gardening Tips for Beginners | DIY

Gardening tips for beginners - Frugal Ways to Make Your Garden Beautiful

These juicy, flavorful chicken tenders are marinated in pickle juice then breaded and baked in the oven.

Pickle-Brined Baked Chicken Tenders

Skinny taste Pickle Brined Baked Chicken Tenders - These juicy, flavorful chicken tenders are marinated in pickle juice then breaded and baked in the oven.

15 Stunning Perennials That Thrive in the Shade | This list of easy to grow shade perennials is perfect for ground covers under bushes or trees in your garden.

15 Stunning Ground Cover Perennials That Thrive in the Shade

Boxwood Beauty the Easy Way--How to get new plantings     (Space the cuttings (in clusters of 5 to 7 stems) 12-inches apart. With good care these will begin to form a solid hedge within two year's time.)

Propagate boxwood - take stem cuttings in length and remove lower inch of leaves. Plunge into soil that has been amended with lots of peat moss or leaf mold. Keep cuttings moist. In 6 weeks, you have rooted plants.

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