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13 Plants That Give You Bang for Your Buck

Genus: S. nipponica 'Snowmound' Zones: 3 to 8 Cost: $7 to $40 Expert says: "The tiny cascading summer blossoms are spectacular. But the wild waterfall-like shape of the stems gives great 'fill' to landscapes year-round." — Rebecca Cole, garden designer, New York City - GoodHousekeeping.com

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Build Your Own Self Watering Containers

Many versions of self watering containers, also known as self watering grow boxes, self watering pots, and self watering planters are sold online, but you can make them yourself for a fraction of the cost out of some easy to find items.

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A greenhouse with translucent corrugated polycarbonate walls and exposed wood frame in Forstberg Ling's House for Mother, Sweden

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See more project details for Pacific Palisades overlooking Riviera Golf Course - New Landscape (Bennett) by Stout Landscape Design-Build including photos, cost and more.

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Watering restrictions and high maintenance costs are driving the trend towards low-water, low-maintenance gardens. Succulents are a great choice for drought-resistant gardens because they can withstand infrequent watering and extended dry spells. There's also no shortage of design possibilities since these plants come in all sorts of interesting forms, colors, and textures. | Ideas for Garden Landscaping With Succulents from #LoveToKnow

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Gardening on a Budget: 12 Tips You Must Follow To Save Money

Starting a garden doesn't have to cost a lot of money. These tips for gardening on a budget will help you stay on track of your gardening finances.

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Easy, cheap, DIY landscape lighting hack.

This landscape lighting costs next to nothing and looks GREAT. Not, Gee it looks great for how much it cost, great. I mean REALLY great!

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