9 DIY Covered Raised Garden Beds To Make

9 DIY Covered Raised Garden Beds To Make
What are the advantages of covered garden beds? Such a garden bed is protected from a temperature fall, excessive rainfall or squirrels – it depends on the type of cover you choose. A covered garden bed is usually a raised one, so if you need a tutorial you can have a look here. After you... 
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How To Cover Paths With Crushed Seashells

How To Cover Paths With Crushed Seashells
Crushed seashells are natural, beautiful, functional, and remind us of the sea, that’s why they are on the short list for topping paths and driveways. A great alternative to gravel, crushed shells can be used on paths, patios, courtyards, driveways, and even bocce ball courts (the shells don’t hold water or imprints from shoes and... 
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DIY Marble Dipped Vases Using Nail Polishes

DIY Marble Dipped Vases Using Nail Polishes
Marble is chic but expensive, and if you are obsessed with it, there’s a way to make these beautiful vases without spending much money. You’ll need gray and black nail polish, white ceramic vessels, a plastic bowl, warm water, a plastic fork or utensil, plastic cups. This entire process is super simple, you just have... 
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DIY Modern Staghorn Fern Arrangement

DIY Modern Staghorn Fern Arrangement
Staghorn ferns are named for their resemblance to, well, the horns of a stag. They’re epiphytes, which means they naturally attach themselves and grow on the trunks and branches of other trees and shrubs. They can also be attached to other vertical surfaces and hung on the wall, so let’s make a cool arrangement with... 
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How To Feed Roses Organically And Naturally

How To Feed Roses Organically And Naturally
Roses are plants that really benefit from fertilizing. Joyusgarden blog presents one of the best ways to fertilize roses in a natural way, you’ll need 1 part rose & flower fertilizer, 1 part alfalfa meal, 1/2 part composted chicken manure or worm castings. Use approximately 1 to 2 cups for a large bush, 1 to... 
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How To Propagate Succulents Removing Pups

How To Propagate Succulents Removing Pups
We’ve already told you of propagating succulents by cutting leaves and today’s tutorial is also about it. Another way to propagate a succulent is remove the pups, which are the babies or offsets that grow off the mother plant. The popular succulents which pup are aloes, agaves, gasterias & haworthias. You want to leave the... 
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How To Attract Bees To Your Garden

How To Attract Bees To Your Garden
Bees help pollinate all sorts of fruits and plants from apples and okra to cotton and beans. Some plants are reliant on bee pollination, while some yield larger crops because of it, so you definitely need to attract bees to your garden. How can you do that? You can create a happy bee habitat by... 
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DIY Tropical Pallet Living Wall

DIY Tropical Pallet Living Wall
A living wall reflects our visions of paradise: a lush jungle where flowers spill over rocks and barks, where juicy fruits fall from the sky. Make one yourself – in summer it’s a perfect idea to rock such décor when the weather is good. Choose tropical plants that you like and get the materials –... 
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9 Brilliant DIY Watering Can Makeovers

9 Brilliant DIY Watering Can Makeovers
If you’ve found an old watering can in your garden and want to throw it away, just wait a bit! You can take it and renovate into an absolutely new and cool thing! A watering can is a perfect base for a planter, so you can plant any succulents or flowers into it and put... 
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