Category Archive for: ‘Month December Week 2’

Flowering Quince From Pruning 101

Learn How to Prune like a Pro! Pruning 101

Pruning is a fun garden task but it can be daunting to get started with. For some people it is the gardening version of public speaking – terrifying! Fear the secateurs no more, my friends. We are breaking down pruning to the basics so that you have the skills to prune like a pro. This is the first in a series …

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Enamel Dig For Victory Mug And Natural Branch Coasters Project Via Garden Therapy Coasters Recycle1

Natural Branch Coasters

Making a set of branch coasters from a fallen tree will allow the beauty of that wood to live on and tell the story in its rings. When you are out pruning and cutting back the garden, take a look at what you are about to throw in the wood chipper or firewood pile. Wood slices can be turned into …

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Roasted Root Vegetables With Rosemary And Honey

Roasted Root Vegetables with Rosemary & Honey

Root vegetables in the winter are not dainty. The produce that is harvested at this time of year is big and gnarled, but hopefully, it has been sweetened by frost. The roots have put on some serious bulk to last the season and when they are plucked from the soil they look like beasts. They sure don’t taste like monsters (or …

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Make These Herbal Drawer Fresheners

Monogrammed Herbal Drawer Fresheners

These herbal drawer fresheners keep folded laundry smelling fresh. They are simple to make, which is good because you will want to make plenty of them! These drawer fresheners are made from the thrifted wool sweaters that I felted to make tea cozies. You can also use fabric, but with the felted wool, you can needle felt initials on the …

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DIY Tulip Garden Lights 4

These DIY Outdoor Garden Lights Will Take Your Breath Away!

In months when the garden is asleep you can still have flowers that glow late into the night. Look closely at these stunning garden lights. The iridescent petals capture the light and create a graceful and enticing display in the garden. And then you see what they are made from and are a whole new level of impressed: these soda …

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DIY Holiday Flower Arrangement Using A Handy Arranging Tool

A Festively Frugal Holiday Flower Arrangement

Garden clippings make the perfect festive materials for a holiday flower arrangement both inside and out, particularly because you can get them for free from the garden! A variety of evergreen clippings from trees like cedar, laurel, and holly make for beautiful wreaths, outdoor planters, and indoor arrangements. After finishing my holiday wreath for this year I had plenty of …

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