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Creeping Jenny..perfect for a dark spot in the garden by Sacagawea

A little fun in the garden source a whimsical path of grass under a shocking pink tree creates a Seuss-like landscape source .

The horsetail Equisetum is a noxious weed in Australia but the idea of 'verticality' with a softer anchoring plant works very well.

Horsetail and creeping jenny - very compatible, they both like it wet. This kind of plant combination is fairly easy to maintain because it doesn't need a drain hole in pot, you can fill it with many days worth of water, even in hot weather.

Flowerball (2 metal plant hanging baskets)…/

Flowerball metal plant hanging baskets)-use for bird bath base plus 2 hanging planters. Line with cocoa mat, cut slots and plant next spring

What a wonderful way to reuse old cake pans that you would otherwise throw away. Paint them in your favorite Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan add a base using old candle stick holders or blocks of wood and stack them. Then fill with your favorite variety of plants and flowers.

new way to use old cake pans by aftr

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herbs as potted plants.and a great way to control wandering herbs like mint! I have a dry fountain that I can put herbs in -can't wait to try it!

Mosquito repelling "Creeping Thyme" plant. It has citronella oil that makes it smell lemony. For front and back porch!

Mosquito Repelling Creeping Lemon Thyme Plant -The high citronella oil content of this hardy, easy-to-grow perennial plant is more potent than any other mosquito repellent plant tested. WHEN WE PLANT

Painted fern with hosta-I would have never thought of this for a container. So pretty and virtually maintenance free.

I've always liked the Japanese Painted Fern. Japanese painted fern fronds peeking out from the hosta leaves. Love the idea of a potted hosta and the added fern is just the right touch here!

Beautiful creeping jenny in shade garden by krista

shaded path (hostas in back, love the golden creeping jenny). Garden path is curving to back right of pin, a bit hard to see it. gorgeous shaded setting too!

Rock Garden Plants: A Color Encyclopedia

Rock garden plants - ideas for our rock garden entranceway

AHHH - such a beautiful shade garden

The Garden is Growing

Ferns and hostas for the shady garden - Shade Gardening

Blue veronica with ferns for the shade garden! // Great Gardens & Ideas //

Blue veronica with ferns. Gorgeous for the shade garden // Great Gardens & Ideas // is what it is originally tagged as, but I could swear it looks like blue forget me not snuggled in with the beautiful fern!

Perennial bathtub. Love the cascading plants http://gardensclick.blogspot.kr/2014/07/container-gardening.html

20 Succulent Planters You'll Love -

vintage bath tub planter ~ nice use for those old claw foot tubs that are coming out of old house remodels!

Create Perfect Edges for Your Beds and Borders

Perfect Edges for Your Beds and Borders

Create Perfect Edges for Your Beds and Borders.but, I am not sure I want perfect edges?

Live 'Blue Pearl' Sunsparkler Sedum Plant-Cottage Farms

Cottage Farms Direct Live 'Blue Pearl' Sunsparkler Sedum Plant - Set of Three

GREAT USE FOR LEAKY BIRD BATH.  Succulents - sedum burrito & disocactus flageliformis are the "water" & echeverias are the "lillies"

Plant leaky Bird Baths, Rock Walls and Hypertufa Troughs with succulents. The "overflowing water" is Sedum Burrito and Disocactus flagelliformis. Echeverias are "water lilies" Love this repurposing of an old bird bath fountain!

Ferns are Great in Hanging Baskets - Choose a Boston fern for shady spots, a Kimberly Fern for sun.  Keep soil moist not wet.  Mist in late afternoon so the sun doesn't burn their leaves.  If they begin to yellow, help them get their green back by watering with a mixture of 2 tablespoons of Epsom Salt to one gallon of water (tepid-warm).  Use this water mixture every other week.

Keep the fern in the same pots they come in, every other day submerge them in a 5 gallon bucket filled with cup of epson salts & 3 gallons of regular water until the soil stops bubbling, then hang up to drip dry. ferns will be dark green, glossy, and