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Walker Weeping Peashrub  *Easy to grow and tolerates poor soil.

Walker Weeping Peashrub *Easy to grow and tolerates poor soil.

Gorgeous summer greens in The Potager Garden at Barnsley House

Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

Garden & Grow ~ Willow Bee Inspired: Garden Design No. 18 - The Potager. A potager is the French term for an ornamental vegetable or kitchen garden. This design is to provide a garden of abundance in an aesthetically pleasing manner.

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Love the post for my birdhouse. Old porch column with bird house and feeder for butterfly and bird garden.

Clethra (C. alnifolia varieties) Zones: 3 to 9  "One plant will perfume a whole yard in August, so I have what my father jokingly called 'a plethora of clethora' next to the porch."

13 Plants That Give You More Bang for Your Buck

Shrubs: Clethra Genus: C. alnifolia varieties Zones: 3 to 9 Expert says: "One plant will perfume a whole yard in August, so I have what my father jokingly called 'a plethora of clethora' next to the porch.

Backyard Fireplace | Gardening Guide | Outdoor Fire Pits — Country Woman Magazine

An outdoor fire pit or fireplace. squeeze in a little more time outside on those crisp fall evenings. (That backyard tho.

Creeping Phlox  Perfect for bulb bed

Easy Groundcovers

Creeping Phlox - Perfect for edging sidewalks and walkways, this slow-growing perennial likes full sun and well-drained soil. Creeping phlox won't become a rowdy neighbor to the tulips, daffodils, and other spring bulbs that look charming planted with it.

Water trough pond - this is what we made one of our koi ponds out of.  But we surrounded it with a wood frame.  Works great!

Rehab Diary: A Garden Makeover for a Ranch-Style House in Oregon

large galvanized container pond doesn't require any digging - easier and won't damage tree roots. Our Garden: MOSAIC GARDENS: Landscape - Garden Design and Construction in Eugene, Oregon

Create a Nonstop Border: how to create a perennial beds that blooms all year

Create a Nonstop Border

I can picture this in the front yard! Create a Nonstop Border. This lady planned her garden to have flowers all summer and fall. I'm going to incorporate her ideas!

Recipe for deer repellant spray that actually stop deer eating your plants. Completely safe and non-toxic. Recipe: 2 eggs, 1 c skim milk, 1 c water, 2 TBSP dish detergent.  Mix in a blender, pour into an old spray bottle, spay on your plants that the deer are devouring.

Homemade deer repellant spray: 2 eggs 1 cup of skimmed milk 1 cup of water 2 tablespoons of dish detergent Whip up in a blender and put in an old spray bottle. We also add some hot sauce.

Easy Ways to Boost Curb Appeal | Midwest Living

Easy Ways to Boost Curb Appeal

A profusion of blooms in what is usually an unused easement charms. The arbor and picket fence frame the look. (Check with your city or town for any restrictions on easement plantings.

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Underplant lilacs with other spring flowers. Here bleeding heart blooms with white-flowered 'Monique Lemoine' and 'Lilac Sunday'.

Des pavés carrossables pour l'allée vers le garage - Allées de jardin

Une allée stylée pour mon jardin

Hosta - Minuteman ?

Hosta - Minuteman ?

The first year, they leap. With the proper planning, you can get your garden off the ground in no time, which is especially important in a highly noticeable area like a front yard.

This is exactly what I want in front of my picket fence and this has a list of fast-growing perennials by zone.

Weed-smothering Groundcover: Bishop's Weed - Fast spreading bishop's weed will thrive where most other shade plants fail. Because it is so vigorous, it's best suited for shaded slopes or other areas where it has plenty of room to roam. Name: Aegopodium podagraria 'Variegatum'.  Growing Conditions: Part to full shade and well-drained soil.  Size: To 12 inches tall.  Zones: 4-9

Easy Groundcovers

Bishop's Weed, Bishop's Weed Fast spreading bishop's weed will thrive where most other shade plants fail. Because it is so vigorous, it's best suited for shaded slopes or other areas where it has plenty of room to roam. Better Homes and Garden

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