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Chalkboard Plant Markers|
descriptionTake ordinary garden markers from drab to fab with a splash of colorful paint and custom labels.
Chevron Lattice Trellis
Give vines a gorgeous place to climb with this easy DIY trellis made from wood lath.
Pallet Garden Organizer
With a few hooks and a fresh coat of stain, you can transform a cast-off pallet into a pretty organizer for gardening supplies.
How to Tie Your Front and Back Yards Together
Does your landscape feel like a hodge-podge mess? Make everything look like it belongs with these wish-I'd-thought-of-it tips.also repeated along the back of the house. Finally, use the same color scheme throughout. Grey and slate blue tones appear in the front and back yard. They are used in the river rocks, lining the
Should You Seed, Sod or Both?
Sod is expensive, but looks good right away. Is it always worth it? Learn what a landscaping expert thinks.
The Best Annual Flowers of 2014
Annuals add instant pops of color to any garden. Replace your tired pansies and petunias with the best annual flowers that hit the market in 2014, including annuals for shade and multi-colored blooms that will add depth and interest to virtually any
The Best Perennial Flowers of 2014
Perennials are a popular choice for gardeners looking to get more bang for their buck. Add interest to your perennial garden with these top new varieties, including a hardy hibiscus and colorful coneflower.variety that survives as far north as zone four. Its huge, pale pink flowers are delicately etched in dark cherry. These plants can grow five feet tall and four feet wide. Prepare to be blown away by Illumination Flame Digiplexis. Related to fox glove, this award-winning new hybrid develops stocks of large reddish-orange flowers with yellow throats. The plants only downside is that it's not hardy in Northern climates. The bold blooms
Must-Try Hydrangea Varieties
Hydrangeas are perfect for every level of gardener. We show you top new varieties, including oakleaf hydrangea, blue hydrangea, white hydrangea, and other varieties that produce outstanding hydrangea flowers.grow, and more floriferous than ever. Gatsby's Star hydrangea is a new oak leaf type that produces lacy cresses of double white star-shaped flowers in a dramatic fall finale. Gatsby's Star can withstand a mixed bag of weather conditions. And it's also disease and insect resistant. BloomStruck is the newest member of the endless summer line of reblooming hydrangeas. This amazing plant produces large pink, violet, or blue flowers throughout the summer. Let's Dance Diva is a reblooming lace cap hydrangea that produces giant pale blue to soft pink flowers . It's a vigorous, compact shrub that does equally well in either the landscape or in containers. Bobo is a delightful dwarf hydrangea with large, white summer flowers on strong, upright stems. This early blooming variety won the Gold Floral Award for best novelty plant and is an asset to any small garden. With such an eclectic mix to choose from, even a novice gardener can find a hydrangea to plant and enjoy.
The Best Flowers for Hanging Baskets
Hanging flower baskets are a front porch staple. Put a fresh twist on yours with new varieties of flowers for hanging baskets that are sure to boost your curb appeal and make your hanging baskets pop.is the development of new trailing varieties, giving gardeners wonderful options for hanging baskets . To start, consider Torenia Summer Wave. The star quality behind this plant, is that it blooms more throughout the season than other Torenia varieties. You'll love the Million Kisses Begonias, including yellow , orange , and pink versions. These very vigorous growers go all summer and never stop blooming. Trailing Pansies have emerged in the last few
How to Grow Your Own Superfoods
Superfoods don’t have to be exotic -- or expensive. Our list of top superfoods, including green superfoods, are perfect for growing in your own backyard, allowing you to save money on groceries and know exactly where your food comes from.