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Top 100 Planting Projects

  1. 91. Sowing Red Cabbage Seeds for Transplanting

    Sowing under cover is the best way to give plants a head start. They can then be planted out after the risk of frost has passed. If you...

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  2. 92. Uneven Backyard (03:20)

    A true DIYer's backyard gets a makeover to complement her century-old home.

  3. 93. Planting Full-Size Trees (00:01:00)

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

  4. 94. Texas-Sized Landscape Rescue (00:03:30)

    Jason gives the Fort Worth Herd a landscape that honors Texas history.

  5. 95. Tips for Planting a Meadow

    Learn tips for growing a meadow garden in your backyard with these gardening tips from DIY.

  6. 96. Big, Wide and Desperate (05:46)

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

  7. 97. Battling Over Bedlines (20:00)

    Gino has one day to bring the finest plant material into a lopsided yard.

  8. 98. How to Assemble a Flood-and-Drain Hydroponic System from a Kit

    Grow vegetables and herbs year-round with a home hydroponic system; combine water, nutrients and soil-less plants and you can enjoy a b...

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  9. 99. Laying Sod (01:00)

    Here's advice on how to lay sod with professional results.

  10. 100. Using a Greenhouse

    Start crops early and obtain better yields with the aid of a greenhouse, which can protect plants from frost.

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