Antonia Harrison

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Link Your Front and Back Yards

Link Your Front and Back Yards If you've landscaped your front and back yard, link them with an attractive side-yard garden. For the best effect, match the style and use some of the same plants on the side that you do in the front and in the back.

Ultraeasy Perennial Garden by BH & Gardens Specially designed for beginning or time-constrained gardeners, this small garden plan features some of the best low-care perennials you can grow. Garden size: 14 by 6 feet

Ultra-easy Perennial Garden:Specially designed for beginning or time-constrained gardeners, this small garden plan features some of the best low-care perennials you can grow. Garden size: 14 by 6 feet

Creeping Phlox-ground cover-Pink, white, purple, red, and bicolors with darker-colored eyes abound in spring on this perennial groundcover. Perfect for edging sidewalks and walkways, this slow-growing perennial likes full sun and well-drained soil. Creeping phlox won't become a rowdy neighbor to the tulips, daffodils, and other spring bulbs that look charming planted with it

Creeping Phlox - Perfect for edging sidewalks and walkways, this slow-growing perennial likes full sun and well-drained soil. Creeping phlox won't become a rowdy neighbor to the tulips, daffodils, and other spring bulbs that look charming planted with it.

About Mason Bees...Boost your garden's productivity by providing a Mason Bee House for peaceful, non-stinging bees. As bee populations struggle, home gardeners can play an important role in attracting bees and other pollinators....

Very cool idea! "About Mason Bees. Boost your garden's productivity by providing a Mason Bee House for peaceful, non-stinging bees. As bee populations struggle, home gardeners can play an important role in attracting bees and other pollinators.

Companion Planting - What Not to Plant Together when Gardening

Often times when we talk about Companion Planting we discuss the plants that should always be planted side-by-side in our gardens. I’m here to give you the dish on what plants to NOT plant together when you are companion planting! - Gardening And Patio