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Great Design Plant: Prairie Phlox Draws Winged Beauties

Beauty and a sweet fragrance are just the beginning with this spring bloomer. Watch the butterflies and moths descend on it for nectar Full Story
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sophiabella13
En effet, un subulata. Tout à fait spectaculaire !
last Wednesday at 7:07am   
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Holm Design & Consulting LLC
Très bien, merci pour poster votre photo
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Paint Your Bookcases to Transform Your Room

Give your shelves some color for a whole new look. Here are 10 examples, from subtle to bold, and some styling tips to try Full Story
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cathymia
I have a free standing bookcase. How can I spice things up with that?
on Sunday at 7:37pm   
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poppet50
Cathymia, All these great ideas work for a free standing bookcase. Accent the back wall with paint, fabric, or paper. Just have fun with them, you can always go back to what they were.
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Solve Your Garden Border Dilemmas With Planted Pots

Set your containers free from the patio — placed among plantings in the ground, they fill unsightly gaps, let you experiment and more Full Story
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Annette Reynolds
Very useful information, and very timely - as I'm always trying to make my very large garden easier to manage as I - ahem - grow older.
July 19, 2014 at 12:29pm     
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ldipaola
Love the article. We had a slight hillside in the yard and I didn't know what to do until I found some pots with the flat bottom. You can hang on the wall or place on the ground. We placed them on the hillside with a plant that will drape over the edge and trail down the rocks.
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The Simple Secret to Gardening Success

Learn the kinds of soil and a DIY type test to make sure you’re putting the right plant in the right place Full Story
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aurorast
Great article! Brings back my agronomist days. Often the soil component is forgot. Great gardens start with great soil care.
July 17, 2014 at 9:38am     
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marilynweyer
Great start for a good garden. Please, Falon, write about how to keep the @&$# deer out of gardens effectively. It would be nice to have them not look like prison camps, too.
July 18, 2014 at 6:13pm     
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3 Steps to Creating Quick, Easy and Colorful Succulent Containers

Take a bright container, add a colorful succulent or two and have a professional, summery design in minutes Full Story
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Next step Dana: Set up a rainwater harvesting system for edible garden, plants, cooking and so forth. Make your structure shield you from the cold. Take it to the point where you reduce power bills. www.clementedesignisgreen.com Trees? save them. They sequester emissions. oxygenate the air. Feel the difference?
July 8, 2014 at 5:26pm   
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melissaanguilla
I love succulents! What a great ideabook. Thank you!

Some of my creations :) https://www.etsy.com/shop/SucculentsAndSuch?ref=si_shop/
July 19, 2014 at 6:30pm   
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Ditch the Ordinary Ditch: Create a Realistic Dry Creek Bed

Here’s how to turn your water runoff system into an eye-catching accent for your landscape Full Story
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diyer59
I love this look and have incorporated it into almost every garden I've owned. Depending on the garden, I used it as a small accent or a larger focal point. One way people go wrong with this look is using the same sized rocks, not using enough of them, or making straight lines--all not found in nature--so it looks much too contrived. Different sized rocks, squiggly banks, being generous with the amount of rocks used is a must. Do it right to get the "look".
July 16, 2014 at 8:12am   
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Spring Creek Aquatic Concepts
peggysueh If you narrow your channel, the sediments will not accumulate. Find a clean spot along your current channel and use that for your guide. No sediment = no weeds. It takes an understanding of hydrology to deal with this issue. We are Biologists. Houzz didn't allow us to use that title so we went with the next best thing.

As far as channel shape ideas, this project discusses what real streams look like...
July 16, 2014 at 10:56am     
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