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Garden Pots at Abode Bazaar

Garden Pots at Abode Bazaar

How to grow a wildflower meadow in your garden. You can grow a wildflower patch in your garden - it works best on poor soil. Sow the flower seeds and water in. Check for weeds and water occasionally until they establish. Let them self-seed around at the end for flowers every year!

How to grow a wildflower meadow in your garden. You can grow a wildflower patch in your garden - it works best on poor soil. Sow the flower seeds and water in. Check for weeds and water occasionally until they establish. Let them self-seed around at the end for flowers every year!

Start Small: Succulents are the perfect plants for beginners. Start with a small combo and build from there -- but don't worry about packing them in. Succulents are slow growers and don't mind being crowded. A small container like this 8-inch ceramic pot can hold six plants, no problem.

Start Small: Succulents are the perfect plants for beginners. Start with a small combo and build from there -- but don't worry about packing them in. Succulents are slow growers and don't mind being crowded. A small container like this 8-inch ceramic pot can hold six plants, no problem.

decking and concrete drainage pipes planted with Busy Lizzies and lit with neon Rings, with box and orange Cannas  - Designer - stephen Woodhams

decking and concrete drainage pipes planted with Busy Lizzies and lit with neon Rings, with box and orange Cannas - Designer - stephen Woodhams

Most people think it’s difficult to start a garden when you live in an urban area, but it’s actually very possible even when you have a small space. Since there’s no appropriate lot for planting, the alternative way is to use containers such as pots and tin cans. Container gardening is easy and requires less space, so it’s perfect for urban dwellers who want to have a simple edible garden at home. More details at http://homeandgardenamerica.com/urban-container-gardening-steps

Most people think it’s difficult to start a garden when you live in an urban area, but it’s actually very possible even when you have a small space. Since there’s no appropriate lot for planting, the alternative way is to use containers such as pots and tin cans. Container gardening is easy and requires less space, so it’s perfect for urban dwellers who want to have a simple edible garden at home. More details at http://homeandgardenamerica.com/urban-container-gardening-steps

Caladium, fern, wandering jew, impatient.  - Nice color contrast between wandering jew and caladium.

Caladium, fern, wandering jew, impatient. - Nice color contrast between wandering jew and caladium.

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