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Plants and container design to brighten up the shade. These plants are bursting with color and well-suited to shady conditions.

Made for the Shade: Low Maintenance Fall Planters Bursting with Colour

Just because outdoor planters are in shade doesn’t mean they can’t be full of vibrant colour. The planters in my front garden are almost completely shaded so I need to be careful what plants I choose. Not only should the plants be well-suited for the lack of light, but also they need to have bold hues to brighten up the …

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FREE Lifes A Garden Coloring Page From GardenTherapy

Life’s a Garden FREE Adult Coloring Page

Have you heard? Adult coloring is all the rage! It’s fun, challenging, and leaves you with some fabulous artwork! I’ve …

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The Easy Way To Clean Up Leaves

Fall Garden Care: The Easy Way to Clean Up Leaves

Leaves fallen from trees provide winter mulch protection for plants, but they can also make the garden look messy and …

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Ways To 2

60+ Ways to Carve a Pumpkin

It’s pumpkin season! Why is that so exciting to me? Because the pumpkin is the ultimate creative muse for the …

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Goreous Pumpkin Flower Arrangenment

DIY Pumpkin Flower Arrangements

I keep seeing these gorgeous pumpkin flower arrangements at florist, farmers markets, and online. A collection of blooms tightly packed …

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The Complete Checklist For Garden Tasks In Fall Apple Basket

The Complete Fall Garden Checklist

Now the temperature is getting a cooler and the sunlight hours are shorter, it’s time to start your fall garden …

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Dividing Perennials To Make More Plants For Your Garden

Dividing Perennials 101: Tips for a Beautiful Garden

Perennials are wonderful garden plants. Plants that are hardy enough to continue growing each year in your garden are considered …

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  • Adoreable Acorn Cap Nest Necklace

    Make This Sweet Acorn Nest Necklace For a Fun Fall Craft!

    This sweet acorn necklace is made from an acorn found in the fall. Little acorn caps provide so many opportunities for nature inspired craft projects, and this one is no exception. A tiny nest that you can wear around your neck is something that brings the …

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  • Dallas Arboretum Pumpkin Village

    You Won’t Believe What They Did With 75,000 Pumpkins!

    Love all things fall and pumpkin? Then you have to see Autumn at the Arboretum, the fall festival at the Dallas Arboretum that hosts the Pumpkin Village, a small town created with 75,000 pumpkins, gourds and, squash.  The staff at the Dallas Arboretum must love …

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  • How To Make Moss Art In A Rainbow Of Colors

    Rainbow Moss Art

    Reindeer moss is my new favourite art medium! It’s preserved so you can display it in terrariums, wreaths, or wall art and it requires no maintenance. Even more exciting is that it comes dyed in a number of different colours so you can use is …

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  • An All Natural Remedy For Sore Throats Sage Candy Recipe On Gardentherapy.ca  E1421347963973

    Sage Candy: a Natural Remedy for Sore Throats

    Is a sore throat getting you down? Pesky viruses can cause throat inflammation and coughs that last far too long. The good news is that you need to look no further than your backyard herb garden for a natural remedy that works: sage candy. Sage …

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  • Pumpkin Palmiers Cookies That Taste Just Like Pumpkin Pie And Take 5 Minutes To Make

    Pumpkin Spice Palmiers

    Looking for a treat to crunch while you sip an eggnog latte? These pumpkin spice palmiers are like a little pumpkin pie in a cookie. They look beautiful and would make a wonderful holiday gift, if you can keep them around long enough! Personally I love pumpkin pie …

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  • Thanksgiving Air Plant And Succulent Centerpiece Project

    Decorate Your Table with Succulents, Air Plants, and Pumpkins

    I’ve had my eye on wood boxes as a table centerpiece for a while now. I keep seeing these stuffed with candles and natural elements, dressing up the the table, and looking rustic-chic. This is my version using a wood liquor box, succulents, air plants, …

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  • Halloween Mini Garden

    Halloween Miniature Garden

    What better time than Halloween is there to be creative in the garden? I decided to take a stab at my very first miniature garden design to celebrate the spookiest eve with skeletons, tombstones, and (of course) a miniature pumpkin patch! I’ve been wanting to take …

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  • Plant Garlic In The Fall And Harvest It Next Summer

    Protect Your Garden from Vampires: How to Grow Garlic

    As we get ready for Halloween, it’s the perfect time to think about how you can naturally vampire-proof your garden. Planting garlic around the perimeter will protect your veggie beds from getting tramped in the night while they vant to suck your bloooood. In all …

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