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23 vasos que derramaram suas flores transformando-as em arroios de pintura

Here is a collection of creative flower pots that look like spilled streams and mounds of liquid color!

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Over 20 of the BEST Garden Ideas & DIY Yard Projects - everything from yard art, planters, garden stones, green houses, & more!

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How good would one of these Wooden Log Train Planters look at your place! You'll love to try this DIY. Check out the Log Planter as well!

Lost my best friend in July,  i will have her planter like this come spring,  she used impatients in hers, therefor i will reuse it like this but with impatients under our tree in memory of her ,also put a angel by it

Lost my best friend in July, i will have her planter like this come spring, she used impatients in hers, therefor i will reuse it like this but with impatients under our tree in memory of her ,also put a angel by it

Beautify Your Home And Garden With These Awesome DIY Flower Pots

Beautify Your Home And Garden With These Awesome DIY Flower Pots

Rock garden with a difference: terracotta pots with succulents on wooden poles.

Might just need to make a gardening board now haha succulents/cacti are the only type plants i love. Flowers, bushes, etc are too boring. Like how they are arranged at varying heights on the stumps.

Commonly called Basket of Gold, perennial alyssum makes a wonderful wall or rock garden plant. Every spring it develops masses of cheerful yellow flowers that look terrific tucked between rocks and boulders. Alyssum grows 6-12 inches tall and thrives in full sun and well-drained soil. In warmer regions this plant can be short lived, so replant every year or two. You can grow perennial alyssum from seeds or nursery transplants. Botanic Name: Aurinia saxatilis Zones: 4-7 Light: Full sun

Best Plants for Rock Gardens

Commonly called Basket of Gold, perennial alyssum makes a wonderful wall or rock garden plant. Every spring it develops masses of cheerful yellow flowers that look terrific tucked between rocks and boulders. - Flower Beds and Gardens

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