Adorable DIY Vertical Framed Living Succulent Art

Adorable DIY Vertical Framed Living Succulent Art
We’ve all gone wild for those dramatic “living walls” of succulents. We’ve already told you of a round piece but here’s one more framed one. Build the vertical garden frame assembly yourself or purchase one. Break the small “pups” from succulents you already have growing in your garden (the stems should be at least 1/4... 
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DIY Mini Floral Arrangements For Fall And Thanksgiving

DIY Mini Floral Arrangements For Fall And Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is coming, and it’s time to prepare some decorations. To make these little floral arrangements you’ll need grocery store blooms, a block of floral foam, a sharp knife, small favor boxes or cups, plastic snack baggies and scissors. Lay everything out on a flat work surface, and begin by cutting your foam into small... 
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DIY Dutch Floral Arrangement In Fall Colors

DIY Dutch Floral Arrangement In Fall Colors
This perfect Dutch flower arrangement reminds of the masterpieces of the best Dutch painters. To make it you’ll need a vase of your choice, floral frog or oasis foam, clippers, Camellia leaves, Mint, Ranunculus, Tulips, Bleeding hearts, Snow Drops, Clematis, Daffodils, Muscari. Place the floral frog in your vase of choice and add water to... 
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DIY Rustic Floral Arrangement In A Wooden Basket

DIY Rustic Floral Arrangement In A Wooden Basket
This beautiful flower arrangement is very easy to make! Prepare alstroemeria, pink or mini-carnation, freesia and foliage. Choose a proper basket and put a glass container or a vase inside. Start arranging the foliage as it is the basis for the flowers. Take care to cut the stems so that they reach the water and... 
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How To Use Mulch To Manage Your Soil Conditions

How To Use Mulch To Manage Your Soil Conditions
The major reason gardeners use mulch is to snuff out weed seeds by shading them. This allows the roots of desirable plants to access soil, water, and nutrients without undue competition. Mulches free of viable weed seeds—such as leaves, good compost, and wood chips—are best. Weed seedlings that sprout in any organic mulch are easily... 
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9 DIY Flower Arrangements With Fruit And Berries

9 DIY Flower Arrangements With Fruit And Berries
We all got used to floral arrangements but what about adding fruit, berries and veggies from your garden into them? Such a creative rustic decoration is amazing for fall, Thanksgiving and for fall weddings or other special occasion because they create a cozy ambience. Cabbage, artichokes, apples, citrus of any kind, berries, asparagus, carrots, pears,... 
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10 Easy And Pretty DIY Floral Arrangements For Fall

10 Easy And Pretty DIY Floral Arrangements For Fall
Bring some fall charm in with these cool fall floral arrangements! Choose colorful and bold or vice versa – moody and dark flowers and greenery and follow the instructions in these tutorials. Create the shape you want for your arrangement by placing your line flowers. After you have your lines determined, place your focal flowers.... 
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How To Hardscape With Decomposed Granite

How To Hardscape With Decomposed Granite
Decomposed granite is like gravel, but finer and generally more stable.  It’s formed from the natural weathering and erosion of solid granite, a tough, hard, igneous rock. The DG sold as landscaping material is typically composed of fine 3/8-inch (or smaller) particles; some may be no bigger than a grain of sand. Colors vary, from... 
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DIY Moody Purple Floral Arrangement For Fall

DIY Moody Purple Floral Arrangement For Fall
This moody flower arrangement with smoke bush, figs, and Queen Anne’s Lace is perfect for fall. The supplies are Queen Anne’s Lace, one bunch, figs on the branch, smoke bush branches, clippers and tapered vase. First, fill a vase with water and made a base using the fig branches. Use the natural shape of the... 
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