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  1. 31. Determining Plant Health

    Use these tips from DIY Network to make sure plants are healthy while shopping for new items for the yard.

  2. 32. Tricks for Harvesting Tomatoes Early

    DIY Network experts give tricks for protecting young tomato plants so that an early harvest is possible.

  3. 33. Outdoor Pizza Parlor (06:42)

    Dean and Derek turn a back deck and yard into an outdoor pizza parlor.

  4. 34. Groundcovers That Give Lift to Your Landscape

    Crave a bit of dimension, perspective, height and extra color in your groundcovers? DIY Network suggests you consider wide-spreading sh...

  5. 35. Laying Sod (01:00)

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

  6. 36. Removing Old Concrete Walkway (00:01:00)

    Removing old concrete requires the right sledgehammer and elbow grease.

  7. 37. Grow an Herb Border

    Use these tips from DIY Network experts and see why an existing flowerbed is the perfect spot for growing herbs.

  8. 38. Family-Friendly Front Yard (00:03:52)

    Jason helps an energetic family inject some personality into their yard.

  9. 39. When Leaves Come First

    There are few pleasures that gardeners look forward to more than the first flowers of spring. After the bloom fades, all that's left is...

  10. 40. Power Nailer Speeds Up Project (00:01:00)

    Jason uses a power nailer to speed up the process of building a deck.

  11. 41. How to Grow Rutabagas

    While less common than other vegetable crops, rutabagas make a wonderful addition to any backyard garden.

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  12. 42. Decking Adds to Home's Value (00:01:00)

    This DIY decking project will add function, beauty and value to a home.

  13. 43. Popular Annuals

    Add a seasonal punch of color to your garden with these flowering or foliage annuals recommended by the DIY Network experts.

  14. 44. Planting a Strawberry Pot (01:00)

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

  15. 45. How to Repair a Lawn by Seeding

    Seeding over bare spots is the most common – and sometimes the trickiest – method used to repair lawns.

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