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Top 100 Plants Projects

  1. 46. Opening Up the Front Yard (00:03:48)

    Homeowners can no longer hide behind a sad hedge-covered chain-link fence.

  2. 47. Breaking Up Concrete (01:00)

    Jason has suggestions to help in demolishing a large concrete surface.

  3. 48. The Tale of Two Doors (20:00)

    With a growing family, Jeff and Dee rarely have time for their front yard.

  4. 49. Tricks for Harvesting Tomatoes Early

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

  5. 50. Keep Them Blooming (02:09)

    Learn how keep your flowers blooming and looking good all season long

  6. 51. Old Landscape (20:01)

    Jason Cameron, sets out to help a young homeowner with an old landscape.

  7. 52. Fennel and Bok Choi (19:58)

    Plant fennel and bok choi - they thrive in cool weather.

  8. 53. Removing Old Concrete Walkway (00:01:00)

    Removing old concrete requires the right sledgehammer and elbow grease.

  9. 54. How to Make a Cucumber Trellis

    Cucumbers do best if grown on a trellis. By providing a structure you will get cucumbers that are more uniform in size and shape.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  10. 55. '70s Outdoor Update (00:03:52)

    Out with the old and in with the stunning, fresh and vibrant new yard.

  11. 56. The Bodybuilder's Challenge (20:01)

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

  12. 57. Flowers and Grasses

    DIY experts discuss several plant varieties and the planting information for each zone.

  13. 58. Quick-Growing Spring and Fall Vegetables

    From seed to dinner table in one month? The DIY Network experts give some tips for cool weather garden treats.

  14. 59. Forcing Bulbs Indoors

    The DIY Network experts explain the process of forcing spring-blooming bulbs indoors so you can enjoy their beauty ahead of schedule.

  15. 60. Plants Around a Firepit

    DIY experts pick plants to be used around the firepit for texture, and the vibrant colors will reinforce the colors of the fire.

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