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Fun Gardening Design Idea

When the weather turns cold outside that doesn't mean you you can't have a winter gardening project.

Go get some clay pots and paint them. Your imagination is has no limits as the above picture shows.

You can come up with different shapes and designs, so have some fun and get the kids involved - or just do it yourself!

You can put your container creation indoors, or out in the yard or garden.






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Using Deck Design in Landscape Design

Using Patio Furniture in Landscape Design

Using Rocks Properly in Landscape Design

A Living Succulent Plant Frame
Add stunning artwork to your garden with one of these!


8 Basic Principles of Landscape Design - Repetition - Part 8

8 Basic Principles of Landscape Design - Proportion - Part 7

8 Basic Principles of Landscape Design - Line - Part 6

8 Basic Principles of Landscape Design - Color - Part 5

8 Basic Principles of Landscape Design - Balance - Part 4

8 Basic Principles of Landscape Design - Transition - Part 3

8 Basic Principles of Landscape Design - Simplicity - Part 2

8 Basic Principles of Landscape Design - Unity - Part 1

Keep Honey Bees From Disappearing
Create a bee-friendly garden using plants bees love

Create The Illusion of Distance

Bright Plants Can Really Pop Full Shade Areas
Make dark shady areas pop with color and interest


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Learn how to make the best use of your walks to match your type of home and garden.

Learn how to Plant Perennials So They Look Natural

Five Easy Ways To Add Color To A Monochrome Yard

Add A Bold Statement Anytime With Colorful Pots

Landscape Design: Showing People the Front Door

Garden Art-Adding Personality to any Garden Space

Building a Garden Bench

Building a Garden Tool Tote

How to Create Simple Garden Furniture from Vines

Building a Rail Planter

Rain Garden Basics

Learn How to Build Your Own Rain Barrel

Building a Squirrel Whirler

Creating a Trash Bag Holder

How to Make and Care for a Dish Garden

Create a Legless Garden Bench

How do You Spell that Word-Creating an Outdoor Scrabble Board

Creating a Fairy Garden

8 Plants for a Rock Garden

How to Build a Wallipini

Garden Moss Decorations

Learn about Cold and Hot Composting

Starting A New Garden

Creating a Koi Pond in Your Garden

Making Topiaries in Your Garden

Designing and Growing an Herb Garden

How To Prepare A Garden From Scratch

Do's and Don'ts When Building A New Greenhouse

Common Reasons for Gardening Failures

Climbing Vines in your Garden

Aquaponics Versus Hydroponics

 


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Gardening-tip:



Keep Seedlings Moist

When you have just planted seeds, keep the soil moist until germination.

If the soil dries out, the seeds will die.

After germination, allow the soil to dry out a bit between waterings, but keep a close eye on the seedlings until they are well established.


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