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Aquilegias are easy to grow, seeding themselves everywhere and come back year after year

Aquilegias are easy to grow, seeding themselves everywhere and come back year after year

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I think "Nelly Moser" is the most beautiful Clematis. Can't wait for mine to start blooming. Clematis "Nelly Moser" and climbing rose - Christine's garden in Artland / Lower Saxony

Salvias, also called sages, are some of   the most versatile plants around. Most varieties are wonderfully drought   tolerant and feature beautiful flowers with pleasantly scented, attractive   foliage. Plus, deer, bunnies, and other garden pests typically ignore the   plants. The key to success is knowing which varieties are right for your yard.   Check out some of our favorites.

Salvias, also called sages, are some of the most versatile plants around. Most varieties are wonderfully drought tolerant and feature beautiful flowers with pleasantly scented, attractive foliage. Plus, garden pests typically ignore the plants.

How to grow Garlic (and why you should). Garlic is easy to grow, is indispensable to a wide range of cuisines, and discourages pests and diseases. All in all, it could be the most important plant in your garden. During its early stages of growth, garlic needs cool temperatures and is not harmed by frost or light freezing, but it requires plenty of sun later for good bulb development.

How to grow Garlic (and why you should). Garlic is easy to grow, is indispensable to a wide range of cuisines, and discourages pests and diseases. All in all, it could be the most important plant in your garden. During its early stages of growth, garlic n

23 DIY Rainwater Harvesting Systems to Collect Free Water at Home

Want to collect rainwater at home and save money on water? Build one of these rainwater harvesting systems at home with barrels or tanks.

.  Check website with best way to #learn #woodworking here: http://ewoodworking.ninja . For those occasions when you need a stable way to hold a board on its edge, turn to a tool that’s as old as woodworking itself—the wedge. I fashioned the wedge stands shown at right from scraps of 2x6 and a 3/8x6 bolt and nut. To make the stand, cut a 7-long chunk from the 2x6 and drill a 1/2 hole centere d 2 1/4 from the edge and 1 3/4 up from the bottom. This hole reduces the likelihood of the stand…

For those occasions when you need a stable way to hold a board on its edge, turn to a tool that’s as old as woodworking itself—the wedge.