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How to Add a Touch of Creativity to Your Yard With a Spilled Planter DIY
I love adding creative or whimsical elements to my yard and gardens. One super easy way to do that is with a tipped or spilled planter. There are all sorts of examples on the web, but I’m going to show you step-by-step how it’s done. Supplies: Flower Pot – anything will do. Even a cracked or broken pot will work. The bigger the better. Flowers – annual flowers work best. Flowers that work well for tipped pots include: petunias, calibrochia, supertunias and marigolds (shorter variet…
a bonsai tree in a red pot on a wooden deck with rocks and gravel
32 Types of Jade Plants (Best Lucky Plant Varieties)
an assortment of succulents and plants in wooden containers
10 idées de composition florale avec des succulentes, plantes grasses et cactus - Esprit Laïta
an outdoor garden with plants hanging from it's sides
50+ Unique and Creative Garden Container Ideas You Never Thought Of
Plastic Pipe Hanging Garden Idea
the different types of flowers that are in each planter and how to use them
Bloom Time
Bloom time charts for fall-planted bulbs, spring-planted bulbs and perennials. Very handy!
there are two pictures with plants in vases and one has scissors cutting the leaves
B+C Guides
Grow Hydrangea From Cutting I usually just stick "cuttings" that the dog has broken off in a jar of water on my kitchen counter, then plant when they start to root. This looks more scientific.
hydrangea propagation how to grow hyacines from cutting
Hydrangea Propagation Grow Hydrangea From Cutting
Hydrangea Propagation Regrow Hydrangea From Cutting: Growing Your own hydrangeas from cutting stems and change their colors pink and blue. #Tips #Gardening -->>
red flowers are hanging from the side of a shelf in front of a potted plant
Epiphyllum Cactus
Epiphyllum cactus! i cant wait mine dose like this some day.....