Garden Designing

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Garden Fence

A garden fence can protect your flowers or vegetables from being stomped on by people in your yard as

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Choosing the Best Companion Plants for Your Weigela

Choose the best partners to pair in your landscape.

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Gardening for Beginners

Grow flowers and vegetables with a few hot tips.

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DIY Raspberry Trellis

Help your beautiful berry plants grow strong and tall.

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How to Build a Sand Garden

These Zen spaces encourage relaxation and rejuvenation.

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Growing Vines In Your Garden

To vine or not to vine, that is the question.

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12 Vertical Gardening Ideas

If you don't have room for a large garden, why not grow up?

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Flex Your Green Thumb with These 7 Garden-centric Projects

It's not hard to have a beautiful and sustainable yard! Give one of these easy DIYs a try!

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Best Types Of Light For Plants

Plants need light, but not too much.

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Contemporary Garden Design Trends

They focus on the natural and organic.

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Choosing the Best Companion Plants for Your Spirea

Spirea is one of the most popular plants used in landscape designs and gardens. This plant is a member

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Companion Planting a Black-Eyed Susan

Plant and complement Black-Eyed Susans with these simple steps.

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Choosing the Best Companion Plants for a Yucca

Yucca plants are enchanting additions to a home or garden.

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Choosing Companion Plants to Compliment a Camellia

Blend or accent your camellias with the right companion plants.

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Choosing Companion Plants for Your Boxwood

When landscaping with boxwood shrubs, it’s important to know the best companions you can plant with it for a rich aesthetic appeal.

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How to Organize Your Garden

Gardens offer a rewarding space to unwind from the day and reap the personal satisfaction of growing your own food, flowers, and plants. It’s great to have seasonal produce ready to harvest for dinner or fresh flowers you can cut and take to a friend. But gardening requires some organization in order

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6 Colorful Shade Plants

Spring is coming, so add a pop of color to your yard or garden to celebrate!

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6 Biggest Beginner Gardening Mistakes

Want to start a garden this spring? Avoid making these common mistakes so that you're not disappointed in your first venture into planting.

A raised bed garden box with carrot plants.
No Dig Gardens

No need for a shovel, or to stoop when you plant or harvest.

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What to Plant in Your Winter Garden

Fresh food and flowers, even after temperatures turn colder.

An urban balcony with a container garden.
Inspired Balcony Gardens

Nowhere to exercise your green thumb? Build a beautiful garden suspended in air.

Planting by Height

Utilize height to achieve privacy or design.

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Planting by Color

Use color to make your garden stand out from the bunch

Planting by Shape

Create dimension and texture in your garden with plants of all shapes and sizes

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How to Terrace a Hill for Planting

Although planning how to terrace a hill for planting, whether for flowers or vegetables, can initially

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Using Sugar Beets to Attract Wildlife

If you're trying to attract wildlife to your garden for hunting, photography, or any other reason, sugar