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Before & After Pictures & Design Ideas

Before & After Ideas
Yard Art in the Snow

Revel in These Charming Snowscapes

Landscapes are usually most stunning during those times of the year when you can actually see the ground. But there is an eerie beauty to a yard covered in freshly fallen snow as well. ...

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Video - Vegetable Garden Pt2

Video: Choosing A Site For A Vegetable Garden

Ed Bruske, Master Gardener and president of D.C. Urban Gardeners, offers tips on the best locations for your vegetable garden....

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Video - Vegetable Garden Pt1

Video: How To Grow A Vegetable Garden - Part 1

Ed Bruske, Master Gardener and president of D.C. Urban Gardeners, teaches you how to create your own vegetable garden in your yard....

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Video - July Tropical Flowers

Video: July Gardening Tips - Selecting Flowering Tropicals

Mitch Baker from American Plant teaches you how to grow flowering tropicals to add a little "island life" to your yard....

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Video - July Trimming

Video: July Gardening Tips - Pruning in Summer

Mitch Baker from American Plant shares some great tips on pruning your trees and shrubs this summer. ...

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Video - July Houseplants

Video: July Gardening Tips - Caring for Houseplants While on Vacation

Mitch Baker from American Plant shares some great tips & ideas on caring for your houseplants while you're on your family vacation this summer....

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Video - July Mosquitos

Video: July Gardening Tips - Mosquito Control in the Garden

Mitch Baker from American Plant shares some ideas on controlling mosquitos in your yard and garden during the summer months....

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Video - July Watering

Video: July Gardening Tips - Watering in Summer

Mitch Baker of American Plant Garden Center offers tips and ideas for watering your garden, lawn and trees in the hot summer months....

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Video - May Annuals

Video: May Gardening Tips - Annuals

Mitch Baker of American Plant Garden Center offers tips and ideas for planting your annuals ahead of summer....

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Patio Table Stump

Landscaping Around Eyesores Got You Stumped?

Sometimes, your budget may hold you back from making major changes in your landscaping. You’ve got to look for ways to create an attractive outdoor environment while saving money. Unfortunately, extreme couponing won’t help you pay for stump removal. ...

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Walkway & Pathway Garden Ideas

Walk This Way! Pathways to Add Interest to Your Garden

A beautiful garden path is an attraction in its own right, but pathways can serve many purposes in your yard. They invite you and your guests to stroll through the garden, admiring the plants and landscape. ...

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How To Grow Your Own Cactus

Some Like It Hot! Growing Cacti and Succulents

They’re from the same family; in fact, cacti (plural, cactus, singular)—are part of the larger group of plants known as succulents. The primary difference between the two is the exterior; succulents have smooth skins; cacti have spiny skins. ...

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Drawbridge Driveway

A Man’s Home is His Castle – Medieval Landscaping

Sometimes, when the chips are down, all you’ve got is the quarter acre plot of land you call home. If that’s the case, you may start feeling a bit protective about your little slice of property. That’s the time to consider adding some medieval touches to your landscape design....

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How To Grow a Giant Cabbage

How To Grow A Giant Cabbage

The first thing of course is the seed. I use "Daneli Seeds, Anchorage", which has a cabbage called OS Hybrid Cross. We grow much larger cabbages in Alaska because of the long, long hrs of daylight...20 hrs of direct sun in June!...

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Gardening For Seniors

Gardening for Seniors

Ask gardeners in their golden years why they still garden, and you’ll probably receive a variety of answers. “I love it, and it keeps me going.” “It gives me something to get up for each day.” “My garden is my pride and joy; it’s been with me for many years, and I intend to give it loving and... ...

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