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Top 100 Planting Projects

  1. 46. Eyesore Become Eye-Candy Yard (00:02:44)

    Chainsaws and grit take a deejay's yard from jungle to landscaped looker.

  2. 47. A Few Tips for Healthy Tomatoes

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

  3. 48. Fertilizers, Pests and Harvesting Techniques for Squash

    Once squash starts to emerge, maximize the output of your plants -- and protect them from predators -- with these easy tips from DIY Ne...

  4. 49. Lawnless Perennials (04:12)

    Mayita Dinos adds flowering perennials to a lawnless flagstone landscape.

  5. 50. How to Plant Trees and Shrubs

    Planting trees or shrubs in the fall, before the first freeze or frost, gives the roots time to wander through the soil. Here are a few...

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  6. 51. 12 Unusual and Upcycled Container Gardens

    DIY Network has inexpensive and easy ways to turn household junk into unique garden planters.

  7. 52. Fabulous Flower Garden (03:54)

    This front yard went from flat line to fabulous. See the transformation.

  8. 53. Front Yard With Fireplace (00:03:50)

    This Tudor-style home gets a front yard makeover that includes a fireplace.

  9. 54. Growing Cucumbers (05:01)

    Joe gives step-by-step instructions for planting easy-to-grow cucumbers.

  10. 55. Raising Landscaping Grade (00:01:00)

    Landscaping soil is used to raise the grade against a home for curb appeal.

  11. 56. Color Your Garden

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  12. 57. Desperate Blog Cabin (04:03)

    Jason and crew step in to create Blog Cabin curb appeal in only 12 hours.

  13. 58. Opening Up the Front Yard (00:03:48)

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

  14. 59. Old Wall, New Look (01:00)

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

  15. 60. Planting in Trenches (00:44)

    When planting multiples, dig a trench instead of individual holes.

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