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Garden pots and containers

Explore 58 projects, 26 articles, 6 galleries, 52 videos, and more

Flower Frog for Dahlia Arrangement

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Wall Garden Staghorn Ferns

Steps:5
Other Ideas:
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How to Create a Clay Pot

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Odorless Indoor Compost with David Hyde Pierce

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Woodland Terrarium

Steps:3
It may be gray outside, but it's always green in these moss terrariums. We used kitchen canisters, which are readily available and inexpensive; their tight-fitting lids capture the condensation the plants require to thrive. 
Materials
  • Kitchen canister
  • Moss
  • Small plants (optional)
  • Horticultural charcoal
  • Potting soil
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Planting Alpine And Rock Garden Plants In Troughs

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Outdoor Lighting: Winter Arrangement

Steps:5
These flowers brighten the coldest of winter nights.
Materials
  • Three 48-inch lengths, nine 10-inch lengths
  • Five 36-inch lengths of 1/8-inch plain round rod
  • 24-gauge floral wire
  • Hot-glue gun (optional)
  • About two hundred 1/8-inch white light sculpture clips
  • Three 50-bulb strands of single-ended white wire mini lights
  • Small zip ties
  • Blackout caps
  • Flower bucket or similar cylindrical object
  • Bolt cutters and safety goggles
  • Five 15-bulb strands of single-ended white wire mini lights
  • 3-inch-wide PVC pipe cut to fit below urn's rim when vertical
  • Weatherproof urn
  • Gravel
  • Batting (optional)
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Anne Geddes and her New Baby Photo Book

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Art, Baby, Books, Guests, Photos
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