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Top 100 Plants Projects

  1. 61. How to Grow Cabbage

    Cabbage is a delightfully crunchy vegetable that is easily grown in spring and fall.

    Time:
    Several Months
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  2. 62. DIY Flagpole Installation (00:01:00)

    Learn DIY tips for correctly installing a flagpole to display Old Glory.

  3. 63. Mountain Meadow Front Yard (00:03:16)

    High-elevation plants help turn a Colorado yard into a mountain meadow.

  4. 64. 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.

  5. 65. Lawn Watering Basics

    DIY experts offer a crash course in watering a lawn.

  6. 66. Carolina Avenue (20:00)

    The neighbors say Bob's a great guy who let the garden go after a divorce.

  7. 67. Tomatillos and Malabar Spinach (19:59)

    We'll plant Tomatillos and Malabar spinach and then build a PVC trellis.

  8. 68. How to Harvest Strawberries

    Strawberries are one of the most popular garden plants. Each year, the plants multiply, producing bigger and better crops of sweet berr...

    Time:
    Several Months
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  9. 69. Horticultural Therapy

    DIY Network visits a garden at a local hospital, which features a gardening therapy program for patients in rehabilitation.

  10. 70. Arborvitae Screen (01:56)

    Jason plants an arborvitae screen to help hide an old, ugly fence.

  11. 71. Landscape Homicide (20:00)

    Jason Cameron turns this "crime scene" into the best landscape on the block

  12. 72. Splitting Perennials (00:52)

    Make the most of your perennial power by learning how to split the plants.

  13. 73. Sod Farming Tips

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

  14. 74. Standing Tall (20:00)

    One of the tallest guys in the neighborhood gives Jason a tall order.

  15. 75. Vertical Gardening With Tomatoes

    DIY Networks experts discuss two popular ways of growing tomatoes vertically.

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