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Top 100 Plants Projects

  1. 31. Dividing Plants

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

  2. 32. Staggering the Design (01:41)

    Placing plants in the landscape defines the shape and color of the yard.

  3. 33. Mulch Options

    DIY Network experts discuss the different benefits of various types of mulch and help you determine which type is best for your garden.

  4. 34. Soil Preparation

    Organic amendments will help correct soil deficiencies in a new garden.

  5. 35. Lawn Watering Basics

    DIY experts offer a crash course in watering a lawn.

  6. 36. Drip Irrigation Installation (00:01:00)

    Install drip irrigation for a low-maintenance way to water your plants.

  7. 37. How to Add Soil Amendments and Critter Fencing

    Learn how to improve the soil by adding nutrients, and how to build a simple fence.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  8. 38. The Bodybuilder's Challenge (20:01)

    A new retaining wall, new shutters and plants transform this ugly yard.

  9. 39. Sod Farming Tips

    The experts at DIY Network provide tips to get a professional look in the yard.

  10. 40. Rockin' Raspberries (20:00)

    We show you how to select, plant and care for raspberries.

  11. 41. A Passion for Purple: The Lavender Farm

    DIY Network offers lavender planting, pruning and harvesting tips.

  12. 42. Lawn Aerator

    DIY experts explain how tines on a lawn aerator dig plugs of dirt, and allow water and nutrients to get to the root system below.

  13. 43. Tips for a Raised-Bed Vegetable Garden

    DIY Network experts give tips on growing vegetables in raised beds. It takes less space, while allowing vegetables to be grown closer t...

  14. 44. Sorority SOS (20:01)

    The Delta Delta Delta house's yard scares off any potential new members.

  15. 45. Desperate Landscapes Revisited (00:04:15)

    Jason revisits former clients to see whether they've maintained their yards.

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