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Can tie a tag on the cups and turn into escorts with a cup of <3

Toronto Pastel Photo Shoot by Vicky Starz Photography + Sweet Woodruff

Solariums & lean to greenhouses

Building Solarium & Lean To Greenhouses

Solariums & lean to greenhouses

Toadstools to Topiaries, 11 Creative Mushroom Projects for Your Garden

Toadstools to Topiaries, 11 Creative Mushroom Projects for Your Garden

Toadstools to Topiaries, 11 Creative Mushroom Projects for Your Garden - Sow omg she's looking for shrooms too

PinMyDreamBackyard. Since I don't have any big trees this would be nice, but not white. (Pinner...I would paint the swing a brown tone, the real color of wood!

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How to Grow Hollyhocks Step-vert How to Grow Hollyhocks. Hollyhocks are generally considered a biennial. They grow leaves the first year and flower, seed and die the next. However, depending on growing conditions and the hardiness of the plants, they frequently live longer than 2 years; in some climates, they are more of a short-lived perennial. If you start hollyhocks indoors, or if you live in an area with a long growing season, there is a chance you could get flowers the first year.

Grow Hollyhocks

How to Grow Hollyhocks Step-vert How to Grow Hollyhocks. Hollyhocks are generally considered a biennial. They grow leaves the first year and flower, seed and die the next. However, depending on growing conditions and the hardiness of the plants, they freq

Fun Garden Art ideas- Creative ideas by Recycling turns trash to treasure and is great for home decor.

Garden Art - Creative ideas by Recycling

Garden Art can be very expensive at a garden center. But with a bit of creativity and a few common recycled household items, you can turn trash to treasure in no time.

If you've got it, make a flower pot out of it!

Add visual interest to your garden, yard, or porch with a planter created from a rusty metal stool and an aged wash tub.

Organized Clutter: Garden Junk Doesn't Last Forever

Organized Clutter: Garden Junk Doesnt Last Forever - Gardening Aisle

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