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Top 100 Planting Projects

  1. 46. Cleaning Roof Stains (00:01:00)

    Jason Cameron shares quick tips for cleaning roof stains.

  2. 47. Caring for a Japanese Maple (02:58)

    Learn how to care and cultivate various types of Japanese maples.

  3. 48. Bachelor-Pad Disaster Part 1 (05:52)

    Recent college grads are finding that their landscape needs to grow up.

  4. 49. How to Patch Plant Meadow Flowers

    Small patches of meadow flowers can add a gorgeous touch to an outdoor space. Learn how to plant them in your garden with these tips.

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  5. 50. Growing Herbs (03:18)

    Joe Lamp'l shows how to plant movable herb gardens in strawberry pots.

  6. 51. Brick Columns (01:00)

    Jason has three things you should know about building brick columns.

  7. 52. Big, Wide and Desperate (05:43)

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

  8. 53. Planting Full-Size Trees (00:01:00)

    DIY quick tip: Important steps for successfully planting full-size trees.

  9. 54. Dropping Big Trees (01:00)

    Cut down a big tree without damaging your house, your street or yourself.

  10. 55. Desperate in Dexter (00:20:01)

    The Penns' front yard will go from one of the worst to one of the best!

  11. 56. Landscaping Tricks (02:17)

    Jason shares a trick he used to create a trio of symmetrical planting beds.

  12. 57. Dahlias and Gladioli (04:27)

    Maureen Gilmer divides and plants dahlia tubers and gladiolus corms.

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

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

  14. 59. Planting Aquatic Plants (00:01:00)

    Add color and vitality to a drab, boring pond with these aquatic plants.

  15. 60. How To Plant Blackberries

    Blackberry plants are versatile in the landscape since they can be grown on a trellis or grown as stand-alone plants.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy

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