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Top 100 Planting Projects

  1. 46. The Worst in the Neighborhood (00:03:02)

    Jason tackles one of the most out-of-control yards he's ever seen.

  2. 47. Old Wall, New Look (01:00)

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

  3. 48. How to Plant Trees in a Lawn

    Learn how to properly choose and plant trees in your outdoor space with these step-by-step gardening tips.

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  4. 49. Cleaning Roof Stains (00:01:00)

    Jason Cameron shares quick tips for cleaning roof stains.

  5. 50. Shrub Varieties

    DIY experts discuss several plant varieties and the planting information for each zone.

  6. 51. Legumes: Beans

    The gardening experts at DIY Network provide information about legumes, particularly beans.

  7. 52. Laying a Brick Walkway (00:01:00)

    Brick can make a great front walkway if a few basic rules are followed.

  8. 53. Removing Old Concrete Walkway (00:01:00)

    Removing old concrete requires the right sledgehammer and elbow grease.

  9. 54. Growing Cucumbers (05:01)

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

  10. 55. How to Care for a New Tree

    Learn how to choose, plant and take care of new trees.

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    Day
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    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  11. 56. Dropping Big Trees (01:00)

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

  12. 57. How To Plant a Brilliant Border

    Learn how to pick the right plants for a colorful border that is eye-catching and easy to maintain.

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    Easy to Moderate
  13. 58. Landscaping Tricks (02:17)

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

  14. 59. Who's Laughing Now? (20:01)

    Jason is out to prove that the Burtons' yard is no laughing matter.

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

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

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