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  1. 46. Perennials and Shrubs

    DIY Network experts discuss 15 plants and the planting information for specific zones.

  2. 47. Removing Old Concrete Walkway (00:01:00)

    Removing old concrete requires the right sledgehammer and elbow grease.

  3. 48. 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. 49. Growing Grapevines

    The DIY Network experts share tips on how to plant and maintain grapevines in the home garden.

  5. 50. Family-Friendly Front Yard (00:03:52)

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

  6. 51. Power Nailer Speeds Up Project (00:01:00)

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

  7. 52. Broccoli and Cabbage (00:20:01)

    Learn how to plant, care for and harvest broccoli and cabbage.

  8. 53. Pond Maintenance (01:47)

    There are things you can do to reduce your time spent on pond maintenance.

  9. 54. How to Plant a Balled-and-Burlapped Tree or Shrub

    B & B (balled-and-burlapped) trees and shrubs often adapt better to transplanting than their containerized counterparts. Here's how to ...

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    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  10. 55. Decking Adds to Home's Value (00:01:00)

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

  11. 56. Introduction to Hydroponics

    Hydroponics is the science of growing plants without soil. The DIY experts tell you how just about any plant, especially vegetables, ca...

  12. 58. Pruning Trees and Shrubs

    Pruning helps to maintain healthier trees and shrubs by removing dead or diseased wood and increasing air circulation. The DIY Network ...

  13. 59. Texas-Sized Landscape Rescue (00:03:30)

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

  14. 60. Funky Austin Front Yard (00:03:11)

    Native plants give this Austin, Texas, home a low-maintenance front yard.

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