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Using ivy as ground cover (photo : Hedera algeriensis 'Bellecour'®)

Using ivy as ground cover (photo : Hedera algeriensis 'Bellecour'®)

Red Climbing Ivy, aka English Ivy, or Hedera helix, is a hardy evergreen climbing vine or used as a groundcover that has dark green, glossy leaves. English Ivy grows 6 - 8 inches when used as a ground cover and can climb to 9 feet as a vine. A very aggressive growing plan, which can damage facades, unless stone...

Red Climbing Ivy, aka English Ivy, or Hedera helix, is a hardy evergreen climbing vine or used as a groundcover that has dark green, glossy leaves. English Ivy grows 6 - 8 inches when used as a ground cover and can climb to 9 feet as a vine. A very aggressive growing plan, which can damage facades, unless stone...

raised garden: add pipe to hold hoops for bird netting or shade covers.- why didn't I do this??

raised garden: add pipe to hold hoops for bird netting or shade covers.- why didn't I do this??

how to fold a box from newspaper. Then you can plant your seeds in them then plant the whole thing in the ground!

how to fold a box from newspaper. Then you can plant your seeds in them then plant the whole thing in the ground!

Drying Onions- so dry this year (2014) that I just leave them in the ground, I mean dust, and pull them when I need them.

Drying Onions- so dry this year (2014) that I just leave them in the ground, I mean dust, and pull them when I need them.

TOP TIP:  Flower Pot Drain Hole Cover: Just lay a coffee filter in the bottom of the pot covering the hole before filling the pot. The soil will stay in the pot and the water will still drain out because that is what coffee filters are designed to do; let water through. They last for a long time, too; by the time they fall apart, the potting soil is well packed and the plant has roots that hold the soil together.

TOP TIP: Flower Pot Drain Hole Cover: Just lay a coffee filter in the bottom of the pot covering the hole before filling the pot. The soil will stay in the pot and the water will still drain out because that is what coffee filters are designed to do; let water through. They last for a long time, too; by the time they fall apart, the potting soil is well packed and the plant has roots that hold the soil together.

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