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Plant a rustic tool caddy with daffodils and other flowers for a portable breath of spring.
To plant your own springtime daffodil garden in a container, you’ll need: • Tool caddy (or other container) • Hand drill • Rocks (for drainage) •...
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Sow a crop of carrots in containers—you’ll savor beautiful foliage and garden-fresh flavor. This humble root crop segues easily from garden to pot, adapting and thriving in container culture. The...
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Whimsical birdhouses give you a chance to invite aviary acquaintances while adding charming and inexpensive architecture to your garden. Birds don’t really care whether your birdhouses are rustic or...
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The micro-miniature rose is a charming, country inspired ingredient for containers and tabletop planting projects, especially when armed with these tips for keeping them looking their best.
Cherished for its velvety-soft petals, classical shape, and sense of romance, the garden rose is perhaps America’s most beloved flower. Dwarf or miniature roses have similar...
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Cottage-style embodies a relaxed yet pretty approach to the garden that combines a colorful tumble of flowers and billowy plants for texture and care-free loveliness. Follow these tips for combining...
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Plant a sweet little desert garden and accessorize with itty-bitty wrought-iron furnishings, keeping scale and proportion in mind and taking care not to overdo it with the accessories.
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Winter is the perfect time to start a little indoor gardening and terrariums make the perfect excuse to play with dirt and plants and add the finishing touches that brings your tiny landscape...
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Baby, when it’s cold outside, warm things up indoors with some sunny window gardening.
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The trend of using patios, decks, and backyards as extensions of interior living spaces continues to grow. So does the number of great ideas for using outdoor spaces to dine, lounge, work, and...
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Hens can live in style when their owners discover how to blend feathered fowl with backyard décor.

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