what herbs grow well together? - companion planting herbs
what herbs grow well together-companion planting is matching your herbs' preferred conditions,who can bloom together, and what to avoid.
VIDEO: Bring Light and Movement to the Garden with a DIY Wind Spinner - Garden Therapy
This easy-to-make garden decoration spins in the wind, creating a mesmerizing optical illusion where it looks as if the marble is spinning up and down the wire coil surrounding it. I love to hang these in the garden because they bring interest and movement, and they dance and sparkle beautifully in the sun.
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Make Your Own Greenhouse
The gentleman who built all of this is named Adam J. Fyall. Click on the link and go to his site. He has a lot of amazing tips and ideas...
25 small garden design ideas
A small yard shouldn't be uninspiring. Learn how to transform what little space you have into an urban oasis by getting on board with vertical gardens, climbing vines and potted feature plants.
How to Give Old Azaleas a Fresh Start: Pruning Azaleas
Not sure how to prune azaleas or if your old azaleas could have new life? It's a simple gardening technique, but the rewards are obvious!
Mikoikoi - NZ native iris 2
Interestingly, this little iris (libertia grandiflora) is grown not for its small dainty flowers but for its leaves and seedheads. The long lasting yellow seedheads add a bit of colour to a winter garden and the leaves themselves can also be striking. While these are green, as it was growing in shade, in the sun the leaves turn a golden orange.
How to thin, divide, and propagate overgrown hosta plants.
Lets remove the mystery behind hostas. Here is the easiest, fastest way to thin and separate overgrown hostas while propagating new plants to grow or share. 1. Start by digging around the plant edges, a few inches from the plant. Push the shovel all the way into the ground in a complete circle around the…