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How to Build a Birdhouse

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Winter Container Display

Steps:5
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Tiered Garden

Steps:7
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Cold Frame How-To

Steps:13
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Fall, Winter
Materials
  • 36-inch 1-by-12 (use pine, cedar, or other inexpensive lumber)
  • 36-inch 1-by-8
  • Two 1-by-12s, cut 22 1/2 inches long
  • Two 36-inch 1-by-2s
  • Two 21-inch 1-by-2s
  • Two 24-inch pieces 7/8-inch lattice
  • Two 24-inch pieces 1 1/2-inch lattice
  • Two small wood scraps
  • Glass (or plexiglass) 22 by 34 inches
  • Wood glue
  • 1 1/2-inch wood screws
  • 1 inch finish nails or brads
  • Jigsaw
  • Drill
  • Hinges (optional)
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Branch Arrangements with Daffodils

Steps:9
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Flower arrangements
Inspired by the transition of the seasons, these displays pair the last bare branches of winter with freshly opened spring daffodils or flowering quince blossoms. The arrangement is also influenced by ikebana, a Japanese form of flower arranging that embraces asymmetry, unusual containers, and empty space.
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