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Top 100 Planting Projects

  1. 31. A P.R. Disaster (20:02)

    Kristie has a P.R. disaster on her hands when it comes to her landscape.

  2. 32. Tudor Fairytale House (00:03:12)

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

  3. 33. Old Wall, New Look (01:00)

    Here's how to blend new stone into old using buttermilk and moss.

  4. 34. Planting Trees Properly

    The DIY Network experts offer these planting tips to help you grow healthy trees in your yard for many years to come.

  5. 35. Back to School (00:20:00)

    Jason help put in new landscaping at an elementary school.

  6. 36. Horizontal Fencing (03:21)

    Slate, planting beds and horizontal fencing help create an urban delight.

  7. 37. New Front Yard, No More Jokes (03:51)

    Jason Cameron helps two homeowners put an end to their neighbors' jokes.

  8. 38. Prison Yard to Front Yard (00:03:08)

    This barren, scary front yard gets a massive, much-needed makeover.

  9. 39. How to Grow Jerusalem Artichokes

    Jerusalem artichokes are members of the sunflower family that are grown for their edible tubers, which taste similar to artichokes.

    Time:
    Several Months
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  10. 40. Blog Cabin Desperate Landscape (00:20:01)

    Desperate Landscapes makes the Blog Cabin's seaside yard a dream come true.

  11. 41. Opening Up the Front Yard (00:03:48)

    Homeowners can no longer hide behind a sad hedge-covered chain-link fence.

  12. 42. Vinyl Siding Adds Curb Appeal (00:01:00)

    Jason installs vinyl siding to a porch bump-out adding instant curb appeal.

  13. 43. How to Grow Peppers (03:32)

    Joe Lamp'l shares expert advice on planting and growing peppers.

  14. 44. A Few Tips for Healthy Tomatoes

    Pick a few good tips from the DIY Network for yielding the choicest summer fruit.

  15. 45. Family-Friendly Front Yard (00:03:52)

    Jason helps an energetic family inject some personality into their yard.

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