Christine Nilsen

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I love these paper snowflake patterns! I'm thinking of cutting them into freezer paper, ironing them onto a t-shirt and painting all around them.

River Rock Garden Markers by West Valley Moms Blog and other super cute DIY garden ideas

Garden markers add personality to a garden and help you remember which row is tomatoes and which is peppers. Gather (or purchase) river rocks, some paint markers (pick up Sharpie brand at The Home Depot) and create these cute river rock plant markers.

Cucumbers like it hot. Lettuce likes it cool and shady. But with this trellis, they’re perfect companions!

Cucumbers like it hot ~~ Lettuce likes it cool and shady. But with a trellis, they're perfect companions! Use a slanted trellis to grow your cucumbers and you’ll enjoy loads of straight, unblemished fruit. Plant lettuce, mesclun, or spinach in the shady a

Plants for free: How to Propagate new Lavender plants from cuttings.

Plants for free: How to Propagate new Lavender plants from cuttings.

Comment faire des repères originaux pour les semis.

lots of cute garden marker ideas!

I want to plant a lavender hedge this year.

Garden Design Ideas : CREATE AND CARE FOR A LAVENDER HEDGE; Create and Care For a Lavender Hedge Lavender plants are generally easy to care for. Learn how to create a fragrant and beautiful lavender hedge, and maintain it for years to come

Salvias, also called sages, are easy to grow, bloom abundantly, and great looking in the landscape. Use this guide to find the best types of salvia for your garden.

BLUE SALVIA ieasy to grow, flowers all summer, drought tolerant. Name: Salvia farinacea selections Size: To 2 feet tall and 1 foot wide Zones:

Classy Christmas decorating

Over-the-Top Decorating Ideas for the Hardcore Holiday Enthusiast — Minimalist/Maximalist

SO chic.

Classic Stylish Casual Outfit ▶suggested by ~Sophistic Flair~

GARDEN DESIGN-Designing Structure can be the most challenging, yet the most fun part of developing spatial design. Once you create a bubble diagram to organize your outdoor spaces, the next step is defining the structure of those spaces (officially called a form composition study). Will your garden be informal, formal, rectilinear or geometric? Look to the architecture of your house as inspiration or maybe you are drawn to a particular garden style. Structure can also evolve from a theme

GARDEN DESIGN-Designing Structure can be the most challenging, yet the most fun part of developing spatial design. Once you create a bubble diagram to organize your outdoor spaces, the next step is defining the structure of those spaces (officially called