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A stone pathway leads through a formal garden and up to a trellised gazebo that is surrounded in early morning mist

Our Favorite DIY Gardens From Rate My Space

A stone pathway leads through a formal garden and up to a trellised gazebo that is surrounded in early morning mist

How to Make Landscape Mounds

How to Make Landscape Mounds

First light in Upper Garden November | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

First light in Upper Garden November | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The English Gardens are characterized by regular, geometric planting patterns and pathways, with antique decorative accessories

The English Gardens are characterized by regular, geometric planting patterns and pathways, with antique decorative accessories

Great Chalfield Manor, Wiltshire, England

Great Chalfield Manor, Wiltshire, England

Hostas,  Impatiens, Ostrich  Fern

Hostas, Impatiens, Ostrich Fern

Peace and beauty in the upper garden (May 25) by Four Seasons Garden, via Flickr

Peace and beauty in the upper garden (May 25) by Four Seasons Garden, via Flickr

We've enjoyed Nina Eadie's garden in Montana for the past three days, but today we're exploring the garden she left behind to move to Montana. She says, "These are photos of the garden we left behind...

We've enjoyed Nina Eadie's garden in Montana for the past three days, but today we're exploring the garden she left behind to move to Montana. She says, "These are photos of the garden we left behind...

Once your lavender plant has had one year to establish itself, you will need to prune your lavender once a year. The best time to prune lavender is in the spring just as the new growth is starting to come in.  The next step for trimming lavender is to prune off 1/3 of the plant. This will force the lavender to create new and more growth, which will not only keep the lavender bush from going woody, but will also help to increase the amount of lavender available for harvest later in the…

Pruning Lavender: How To Cut Back Lavender

Once your lavender plant has had one year to establish itself, you will need to prune your lavender once a year. The best time to prune lavender is in the spring just as the new growth is starting to come in. The next step for trimming lavender is to prune off 1/3 of the plant. This will force the lavender to create new and more growth, which will not only keep the lavender bush from going woody, but will also help to increase the amount of lavender available for harvest later in the…

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