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Top 100 Planting Projects

  1. 1. To-Do List for Fall Gardening

    October and November are good months to do some gardening and landscaping. DIY Network outlines just a few things a gardener could or s...

  2. 2. Big, Wide and Desperate (05:46)

    A couple of busy parents need a clue about gardening in their front yard.

  3. 3. Tudor Fairytale House (00:03:12)

    After the overgrowth is cleared out, this Tudor takes on a fairytale vibe.

  4. 4. Haunted Landscape (03:10)

    The crew helps a certified ghosthunter bring his scary yard back to life.

  5. 5. Limestone Pavers Revive Entry (00:01:00)

    A boring entry is revived by adding limestone pavers in an inviting design.

  6. 6. Engaged to a Mess (05:07)

    Rebuilding a porch, adding a fence and plants to fix a Desperate Landscape.

  7. 7. Laying Staggered Stone Pavers (00:01:00)

    A new patio gets a natural organic look with stone pavers and no mortar.

  8. 8. How to Plant a Shrub

    Follow these planting tips to help you grow healthy shrubs in your yard for many years to come.

    Time:
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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  9. 9. No-Mortar Wall (01:00)

    Jason shares tips for building a wall without using any mortar.

  10. 10. Eight Hours, Eight Landscapes (00:03:33)

    The crew and Rebuilding Together New Orleans embark on an eight-hour blitz.

  11. 11. Laying a Crushed-Gravel Walk (00:01:00)

    Crushed gravel forms a natural walkway, giving the yard great curb appeal.

  12. 12. Dividing Plants

    Improve the health of your plants and save money at the same time with these tips from the experts at DIY Network.

  13. 13. No-Mortar Wall (01:00)

    Jason shares tips for building a wall without using any mortar.

  14. 14. In-Ground Lawn Planters (00:01:00)

    Jason uses solid yellow pine to build in-ground landscaping planters.

  15. 15. Tips for a Raised-Bed Vegetable Garden

    DIY Network experts give tips on growing vegetables in raised beds. It takes less space, while allowing vegetables to be grown closer t...

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