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Clean up lavender, easy trimming guide | This guide shows you how to lightly trim your lavender in the fall. For spring pruning, check our site.

Clean up lavender | Garden Gate eNotes

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I love that this herb garden has a separate section for each herb. I think I'll try to make something like this for my yard.

Why Don't You - The Glamorous Housewife

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Garden shed made from old windows. I need a green house!!!!

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concealing ac units, garbage/ cans, garden hose, etc.

Propane Enclosure by Trellis Structures

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25 DIY Backyard Games on Remodelaholic.com #summer #fun #play

Remodelaholic | 25 DIY Backyard Games

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This would be fun

* Maxabella loves...

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pretty

September Garden - The Yvestown Blog

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Need Help Identifying a Plant? Upload it to GrowIt! and see what the experts think! Available for #FREE on the App Store and Google Play!

Garden Socially

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DIY Birdbath Projects and Tutorials

DIY Birdbath Projects and Tutorials

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Make an inexpensive planter tall by glueing two pots together. | 39 Budget Curb Appeal Ideas That Will Totally Change Your Home

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Daylilies and hostas! two hard to kill or in other words, easy to grow plants that make this bed look marvelous! And both plants multiply, too!

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13 Tips for Growing Better Tomatoes Prune the Bottom Leaves to Encourage Growth and Prevent Diseases Growing Tomatoes Tip #2

13 Tips for Growing Better Tomatoes

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The secret to growing the healthiest most beautiful plants is right in your backyard! Feed your soil!

Best DIY Projects : The secret to growing the healthiest most beautiful plants is right in your backyard! Feed your soil!

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drying herbs

Gardenista's post | Latest updates on Sulia

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Pink Hollyhocks and a green door welcome you to the COZY Looks exactly like my grandparents Milk House

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Small shade garden, Astilbes, fuchsias, hostas, creeping jenny....what is the tall cylindrical evergreen in the back???

Building a Rock Garden - Plants, Stones & Design Ideas

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Intensive Gardening: Grow More Food in Less Space (With the Least Work!) - Organic Gardening - from MOTHER EARTH NEWS

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Plant coneflower, daisies and black-eyed Susans for fall, cottage-style color >> www.diynetwork.co...

Cottage-Style Landscapes and Gardens

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Caring for Gardenias

Gardenia Plant Care

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Good to know what these look like.

Watch out for poison oak & ivy

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Fall bulbs

flores del sol: planting bulbs in fall part II

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A Favorite Garden Tool * Plant Supports * Floral Basket * Tulips, Iris, Gladiolas any long stem that needs a little support.

Aged Iron Tulip Basket

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Why You Need Lemon Balm In Your Garden. There are many uses for lemon balm. It's a mosquito repellent, you can use it as a rinse aid in your laundry, make tea with it, use it for aromatherapy, make soap or conditioner with it, and much, much more. Click link for more information. Lemon Balm is a Perennial. Plant lemon balm in a pot as it will spread (and take over your garden). ~ pinned over 27,000 times

Why You Need Lemon Balm In Your Garden

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Growing Rhubarb. Remove rhubarb flowers as they appear. the second year, stems can be harvested from April to June, when the leaves have fully unfurled and the stems are (12") long.Never take more than half of the stems at a time. Stop harvesting by the end of July.

How To Grow Rhubarb - Growing Rhubarb | Thompson & Morgan

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