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Try Mason jars, floating candles, salvaged materials and more for stylish outdoor lighting.
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Your backyard is your private retreat. Enhance it by adding touches that make it special: a water feature, comfy seating, lovely plant beds, even just a hammock. Here is some inspiration.
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It's easy to help the environment (and your budget, in many cases) while enjoying a great vacation, having a fine meal or hanging out with the neighbors. Check out these 10 practical ideas.
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Visitors can't help grinning when coming face-to-waist with the towering 'pot people' and other enticements in this out-of-the-ordinary Wisconsin garden.
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You could call Dinah Mannlein's garden a living valentine. A careful eye detects plants with heart-shaped leaves or flowers all throughout her yard.
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An Illinois woman's Japanese garden demonstrates how seemingly simple techniques and thoughtful design can help you relax and let go of stress.
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Get the most out of your ornamental grasses with our 10 landscaping tips.
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If drought, disease, or insect damage has you seeing red instead of cool green, maybe it's time to patch things up between you and your lawn.
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Planting vegetables or flowers in a raised bed amps up your landscape and harvest.
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American Hosta Society members voted these hostas as their most recent top picks. All are easy to find and grow well in the Midwest.

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