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English Cottage Garden Flowers
If you love the style of an English country cottage garden, this is about the flowers that often grow there.
Elevated Garden Beds - Raise Vegetables the Easy Way
Elevated garden beds on legs are the easiest way to grow and maintain lush vegetable or flower gardens without bending over, straining your back or kneeling.
Butterflies signify beauty, freedom, growth, change, and new life. Their varieties come in many colors and sizes, but they are all amazing!
Patio Decorating Ideas | Tuscan Garden Theme
Make your patio, porch or deck a Tuscan garden escape with some of these patio decorating ideas -- Tuscan style.
Starting a Garden : What Tools do You Really Need?
If you are thinking of starting a garden, don't be put off by the drama of not knowing what tools you need. This guide shows you what you really need.
How does your garden grow?
Growing fresh fruits, vegetables, and flowering plants from seed, transplanting seedlings into containers, planters, or garden plots is fun and rewarding
Summer Activities: Start a Community Garden
Community gardens are fast becoming a great way to meet neighbors, educate urban residents about growing fresh vegetables, and get sedentary elderly to exercise and go outside.
Attracting Ulysses Butterfly to your Garden
Information about the Ulysses Butterfly
Missouri Botanical Garden
Missouri Botanical Garden is a wonderful place for both the nature lover and the photographer. This beautiful garden in St. Louis Missouri was started in 1859.
Two unusual herbs for your herb garden
Grow lovage herb and sorrel herb to give your recipes very special flavors. These herbs make tisanes and herbal remedies too.
Steps to Making an Outdoor Rock Garden with Pictures
Making an outdoor rock garden is a great project for those with few gardening skills. Following these steps you get maximum visual impact and don't need your fingers to be green.
Grow a Cottage Garden
Cottage Garden Design can take on many forms, but for the most part, they're "anything goes." There are no steadfast rules. What cottage gardens aren't, is formal.