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Plant Patent Applied ForA new selection of the native Cardinal Flower not to be missed by anyone who admires this splendid perennial, Black Truffle wows in the sunny garden with ebony foliage and brilliant red blooms. Standing up to deer, alluring to butterflies and bees, and determined to hold its midnight foliage tones through the worst summer heat and sun, Black Truffle is a must-have!Black Truffle is a selection of a species native to the American northeast, and it is hardy from New…

Plant Patent Applied ForA new selection of the native Cardinal Flower not to be missed by anyone who admires this splendid perennial, Black Truffle wows in the sunny garden with ebony foliage and brilliant red blooms. Standing up to deer, alluring to butterflies and bees, and determined to hold its midnight foliage tones through the worst summer heat and sun, Black Truffle is a must-have!Black Truffle is a selection of a species native to the American northeast, and it is hardy from New…

Fill all those empty spots with these big chartreuse leaves: they are elegantly ruffled, and so bright they seem to glow neon even in the shade!

Lime Ruffles Heuchera

Fill all those empty spots with these big chartreuse leaves: they are elegantly ruffled, and so bright they seem to glow neon even in the shade!

How to Make a Better Strawberry Pallet Planter - crafting, DIY, Floral, flores, flower, Flowerpot, garden, handmade, Hobby, Home, Tutorial

How to Make a Better Strawberry Pallet Planter - crafting, DIY, Floral, flores, flower, Flowerpot, garden, handmade, Hobby, Home, Tutorial

A living spice rack!  Using a pallet for herb gardening.

How to Make an Herb Garden from a Pallet - Page 2 of 2

Growing salads, fruits and herbs vertically not only allows urban dwellers to grow food in small spaces, but follows the permaculture principles of stacking, using renewable resources and making the most of the edge.

Growing salads, fruits and herbs vertically not only allows urban dwellers to grow food in small spaces, but follows the permaculture principles of stacking, using renewable resources and making the most of the edge.

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