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Top 100 Planting Projects

  1. 61. Programming a Landscape (00:03:07)

    Two computer geniuses are clueless about programming their front yard.

  2. 62. How to Grow Edamame

    Edamame is a popular Japanese snack. Grow your own delicious and nutritious crop by following these simple directions.

    Time:
    Several Months
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  3. 63. DIY Modular Fireplace Kit (00:01:00)

    Jason uses a modular fireplace kit for a quick DIY landscaping upgrade.

  4. 64. The Ugly Yard Is History (00:03:25)

    In one day, the crew completely transforms this 90-year-old home's facade.

  5. 65. Outdoor Fireplace (05:03)

    A matchbook-sized backyard is transformed into a colorful urban oasis.

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

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

  7. 67. Dividing Plants

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

  8. 68. 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...

  9. 69. How to Grow Peppers (03:32)

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

  10. 70. Planting a Strawberry Pot (01:00)

    A strawberry pot for you patio will provide sweet berries all summer long.

  11. 71. 12 Unusual and Upcycled Container Gardens

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

  12. 72. Cleaning Roof Stains (00:01:00)

    Jason Cameron shares quick tips for cleaning roof stains.

  13. 73. Big, Wide and Desperate (05:43)

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

  14. 74. Planting a Raised Garden (00:01:00)

    Learn how to build and cultivate a raised bed vegetable garden.

  15. 75. Sorority Landscape SOS (00:02:41)

    The University of Cincinnati Tri-Delt sorority house gets a helping hand.

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