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Category Archive: Gardening

Jun 15

7 Tips for Growing Begonias

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Begonias are my favorite annual. They have vibrant colors, lovely blooms and seem to get on well enough that I’ve even had them come up again the following spring. I especially love the larger, rose-like bloom varieties. I have always had success with begonias overall, and find them to be quite hardy. But there are …

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Jun 13

Six Tips for Beautiful Roses

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I have recently come to terms with an internal struggle I’ve been having it all comes down to roses.  One of the satisfying contributions I need to make in this life is successfully growing an entire rose garden.  I started one several years ago when we had a large plot of land. The hardest part …

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Jun 12

DIY Tire Pond Turns Your Backyard Into An Oasis

I am just about to replace 2 of my truck tires, and this project has got me thinking maybe I should hang onto the old ones. I would love to make a small water feature, especially one with a waterfall. It adds so much to a backyard in my opinion! Best of luck if you …

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Jun 12

Making a Log Planter for Flowers 

    What a cool landscape design idea to turn logs into awesome garden planters! These wooden log planters look very original and enhance the overall beauty of your garden. Looks like it is a bit of work, but the end product is amazing! Totally worth it. Making a Log Planter for Flowers

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Jun 12

DIY Rain Barrel Made From A Trash Can

Rain barrels are a great way to save water and money, and making a DIY rain barrel helps you save even more! To make your own rain barrel, you just need a heavy duty trash can, a drill, a pair of pliers, and a few other basic tools. Get the tutorial here: DIY Trash Can …

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Jun 12

How to take rose cuttings and grow roses in potatoes

Well, this is cool. Simply cut healthy rose stems, push the bottom ends of your rose cuttings in large potatoes, and then bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peet moss and top soil. The potatoes help the stems retain moisture as they develop roots. Get the full tutorial below: How …

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Jun 12

How to Make a Homemade Butterfly Feeder (with Pictures)

Make a butterfly feeder and grow a beautiful butterfly garden or flower bed with this simple project! And the butterflies also serve as flower pollinators in your garden. Get the tutorial here: How to Make a Homemade Butterfly Feeder (with Pictures)

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Jun 05

Ultra Tiny Bonsai Plants 

If you needed a new plant obsession or want to really upgrade your child’s fancy dollhouse, I’d say these itty-bitty-bonsai’s should fit the bill! It’s the new urban garden craze in Japan. I’m sure it’s only a matter of time before it makes it to the States. See more pictures here: Ultra Small Bonsai Plants …

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Jun 03

Late Start Garden Options

If you’re type B personality like me, you probably aren’t very good at the planning thing either. I sometimes get ideas in my head and think I can just get right on it. Gardening is hardly one of those things. It requires research, planning and experience. Usually you plant ahead for something you want. There …

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Jun 02

How to use salt to control weeds! 

Round up is nasty stuff. Don’t waste your money on that poison. Salt may do the same job for you! How to use salt to control weeds! – The Creek Line House

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