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15 Plants for Where the Sun Don't Shine

Plants for Shade - Shade Plants - 10 Varieties That Thrive Where the Sun Don't Shine - Bob Vila


10 Easy Guides To Grow Vegetables & Fruits In Containers

Dont have a garden? No problem. Follow these easy guides to grow various vegetables and fruits indoors.

from Red Online

5 cheap(ish) updates for a stylish bedroom

5 cheap(ish) bedroom style updates | How to upgrade your bedroom without spending loads of money | interiors | decorating ideas | - Red Online

from eBay

25 Plants for a Fragrant Chocolate Garden

Imagine a garden with the fragrance of a freshly opened box of delicious chocolates! It's not as crazy as it sounds. There are a handful of plants that have a distinct chocolate scent, reminiscent of milk chocolate with a dash of vanilla. Delightful! Come browse the list and get started on your own chocolate-themed garden! #ad

from Queensland Homes

This coastal inspired home is a slice of paradise

Photography and styling by Louise Roche, The Design Villa.

from Eyecandypopper

How to create a bee-friendly garden

Looking for some gardening projects to do this weekend? Why not keep the bees in mind when planting? They need all the help they can get, and considering that 90% of our food and the trees that produce oxygen can’t grow without bees, they need all the help we can get too I found... Read More »

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Create a Bee-Friendly Garden

Here are some of the many varieties of flowering plants that bees love. It’s better to plant a number of the same plants than many different varieties as bees are attracted to larger expanses of one kind of flower. More on creating a bee friendly garden in the post #ad #bee #garden

from DIY Crafty Projects

20 Must Save Gardening Tips

This is what we're all about. Don't throw away your food scraps! – I Quit Sugar

from The Garden Glove

Indoor Cool Cactus & Succulent Projects

So it didn't work when the whole thing had a layer of soil then a layer of sand (soil rose and mixed with the sand when watered, though may work with a tiny pot with a small cactus in submerged into the bowl full of sand, the only soil being in the pot. Possibly cut the rim off to hide under sand in shallower container.