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    Free Online Basic Garden Design Class

    Is your garden lacking that certain something, but you’re not quite sure what that something is?  A class in basic garden design might be just what you need to give your garden that little extra “oomph” that it’s missing.  If your problem is that it’s been tough to find the time to attend a basic […]

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    By GardenBunch 6:08 am | August 29th 2014 (0) Comments
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    How To Make Personality Pots

    Take a rainy Saturday afternoon, two visiting nieces aged 8 and 13 (almost 14), and an impending, “I’m bored!” and you usually have a recipe for a very loooooooong day. Unless you are fortunate enough to come up with a craft that is easy, inexpensive, and guaranteed to put a smile on every face (and pot) […]

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    By Gwen Holloway 4:13 pm | August 4th 2014 (0) Comments
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    How To Create A Beautiful Outdoor Centerpiece

    We are always in search of inexpensive centerpieces for our outdoor patio table, aren’t you?  Fresh cut flowers from the garden arranged in a vase is always a nice touch, but requires frequent refreshing, and there go your garden flowers!  Ideally, we also wanted to incorporate candlelight in our outdoor centerpiece, because a little extra […]

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    By GardenBunch 2:14 pm | August 3rd 2014 (0) Comments
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    How To Grow An Avocado Houseplant Starting With A Seed In A Glass Of Water

    Looking for a fun and super-inexpensive way to acquire a beautiful new houseplant? Have you always wondered how to grow an avocado plant from a seed and a glass of water?  Although chances are good this little seed won’t ever become a fruit-producing tree (unless you’re really patient, live in a warm climate, and give it […]

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    By GardenBunch 9:13 am | July 28th 2014 (0) Comments
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    How To Build A Greenhouse – Shertzer Family

    Amateur Greenhouse Assemblers Save The World! Written by Amanda Shertzer Last winter, my husband Rob and I started discussing gardening projects for the spring.  It was probably during the 87th consecutive day of ice and snow, when the kids were inside bouncing off the walls and hadn’t been in school for a month. I might […]

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    By GardenBunch 9:23 am | June 30th 2014 (0) Comments