Smart Fruit Collecting Net For Your Garden

Smart Fruit Collecting Net For Your Garden
The Fruit collecting net by a whole group of designers needs no explanation. Even the image is self explanatory. Fruits can fall at the most random, unpredictable times, and when they fall to the ground, they can get damaged or covered with bugs/germs. The Fruit collecting net is an elegant solution to this problem that... 
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22 Inspiring And Beautiful Lawn-Free Yards

22 Inspiring And Beautiful Lawn-Free Yards
Who said that a manicured lawn is a must for every front yard or backyard? Some climates don’t allow having grass lawn, and a lawn is rather classical yet boring, there are so many ways to spice up your outdoor space without being too traditional! Cacti and succulents with stylish hardscaping can be a perfect... 
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How To Create Your Own Rock Garden

How To Create Your Own Rock Garden
Rock gardens come in many forms. Depending on the sun exposure, slope, soil conditions, and plants, they can mimic almost any landscape. One of the charms of rock gardening is that while the plants are generally small, they often have large flowers. Many rock garden plants are slow to establish, but there are also many... 
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Green Garden With A Blackened Reflecting Pool

Green Garden With A Blackened Reflecting Pool
This Chelsea garden was a potted version of the English landscape, with its quilt of fields and hedgerows. It is divided into two sections: the Courtyard and the Front Garden. The whole garden works as a mixture of informal naturalism and formal simplicity. As the grasses grow up over the season they undermine the linear... 
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12 Best Fern Varieties For Growing In Western Gardens

12 Best Fern Varieties For Growing In Western Gardens
Grow these lush forest plants as ground covers, trees, accent plants, or in containers. Wood fern (Dryopteris). Plant these delicate, medium-sized ferns in mixed borders to show off their feathery fronds. Australian tree fern (Cyathea). Its broad, bright green fronds grow from the trunk crown to form a ferny canopy in the forest understory. Chain... 
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How To Make A Feng Shui Garden Yourself

How To Make A Feng Shui Garden Yourself
Feng Shui is an art of reaching harmony in life, a practice that comes from the China. It is believed that if a place is arranged according to the Feng Shui guidelines it remains, prosperous, peaceful and harmonious. Start with the parts of your garden you would like to change, grow the Feng Shui plants... 
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22 Gorgeous Lavender Gardens Around The World

22 Gorgeous Lavender Gardens Around The World
Lavender is the secret weapon of gardeners around the world. In warm, dry climates, the herb’s 39 evergreen species can fill problem spots in the garden with year-round foliage and with flowers in lovely shades of purple, blue, violet, and gray. Give lavender full sun and from 2 to 3 square feet of space to... 
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How To Draw Your Own Garden Plan

How To Draw Your Own Garden Plan
Keep track of your plants—and your schemes for spring—by drawing a garden plan. All you need is a piece of white paper, on which to plot the existing elements of your garden; a piece of tracing paper and tape to add a layer for planned additions; a pencil; an eraser, and a measuring tape. To... 
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