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Wisteria Tunnel, Kawachi Fuji Garden, Kitakyushu, Japan So Beautiful & Purple is my favorite color!

IKEA mini greenhouses ... be still my heart

IKEA's Miniature Greenhouse Lets Anyone Create Their Own Indoor Garden

When you’re ready to plant your first garden, turn to this gardening for beginners guide. It includes helpful tips on growing flowers or vegetables for the first time.

Follow These 10 Steps to a Magnificent Garden

When you’re ready to plant your first garden, turn to this gardening for beginners guide. It includes helpful tips on growing flowers or vegetables for the first time. - Garden Tips and Tricks

A lot of vintage materials went into constructing her potting shed, but she made sure it is extremely efficient. Flower arranging is a favorite hobby of Nancy's, so this space is perfect for storing all the supplies she needs.  {She shed}  #sheshed

A lot of vintage materials went into constructing her potting shed, but she made sure it is extremely efficient. Flower arranging is a favorite hobby of Nancy's, so this space is perfect for storing all the supplies she needs. {She shed}

Nanzen-ji Temple In Kyoto, Japan - My Favorite Japanese Garden In Kyoto

Top things that I want to see in Kyoto

Nanzen-ji Temple In Kyoto, Japan - My Favorite Japanese Garden In Kyoto

For all-season color, interplant annual flowers with reblooming varieties of perennials. The annuals will keep the garden colorful while the perennials come in and out of bloom. In this walkway border, annuals such as marigold, calendula, and zinnia are teamed with perennial coreopsis and daylily.

What Should I Plant Together?

Plant a Nonstop Flower Show For all-season color, interplant annual flowers with reblooming varieties of perennials. The annuals will keep the garden colorful while the perennials come in and out of bloom. In this walkway border, annuals such as marigold,

The Ultimate Seed Starting Guide- Planning, Starting & Mistakes to Avoid – Melissa K. Norris

The Ultimate Seed Starting Guide- Planning, Starting & Mistakes to Avoid – Melissa K. Norris

Flower Shadow Boxes for the Fence: This DIY project will make your patio & backyard your favorite place!

Flower Shadow Boxes for the Fence

These porch-step containers begin with bright pink and yellow zinnias. Cooler “filler” flowers, such as purple verbenas and blue calibrachoas are added to create contrast with texture and color. Opt for inexpensive plastic planters that are weatherproof and easy to move around. Grouping them in a tight space creates a homey, mini-garden vibe. Plus, when placed side by side, all of the colors intensify.

121 Container Gardening Ideas

These porch-step containers begin with bright pink and yellow zinnias. Cooler “filler” flowers, such as purple verbenas and blue calibrachoas are added to create contrast with texture and color. Opt for inexpensive plastic planters that are weatherproof a

I wish I had this space!

Laundry Rooms

if we buy, my dream is to convert the downstairs to one big mudroom/potting area/laundry room.

Conservatory ~ note the floor - round...hexagon tiles

conservatory room - love how cosy this looks but would not like the green against the house - that causes problems - like the mood of this

Indoor terrarium succulent gardens. If there is no hole, some absorbent matter should be put into the bottom with the pebbles/rocks.

Succulent Gardens for Small Spaces

Beautiful DIY home decor idea. Succulent aquarium with a layered look. This DIY indoor plant looks classy and great for the bedroom, living room, kitchen, etc.

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Rock mulch, landscaping with rock mulch, landscaping hacks, tips and tricks, gardening, gardening hacks, landscape and yard, outdoor living.

12 Low-cost and simple Household Decor Hacks Ideas | Diy

12 Low-cost and simple Household Decor Hacks Ideas

Don't have much space to grow your favorite plants? Try building a vertical garden like this one, designed by Susie Frazier. Using salvaged wood, threaded rods and bolts, and a handful of mason jars, you can construct a simple hanging planter to add a lot

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