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Top 100 Plants Projects

  1. 61. Landscape Rehab (20:01)

    Jason adds a new paver sidewalk and plants to this once ignored landscape.

  2. 62. How to Make a Container Theme Garden

    Container gardens are an easy way to garden on a small scale.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  3. 63. Tree Planting Tips (02:09)

    Learn how to plant a tree from our experts at Ask DIY Gardening.

  4. 64. 15 Plants for the Yard

    The experts at DIY Network provide information on a variety of plants that can add an eye-catching look to any yard.

  5. 65. 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.

  6. 66. 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.

  7. 67. 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.

  8. 68. Door and Window Makeover (00:01:58)

    Enhance curb appeal by improving the appearance of your doors and windows.

  9. 69. Rock-Solid Landscape Rebirth (00:03:27)

    America's Most Desperate Landscape's rocks are focal points in its rebirth.

  10. 70. Battling Over Bedlines (20:00)

    Gino has one day to bring the finest plant material into a lopsided yard.

  11. 71. Desperate in Dexter (00:20:01)

    The Penns' front yard will go from one of the worst to one of the best!

  12. 72. Floating Deck (20:02)

    A backyard goes from dead to lively as a floating deck takes center stage.

  13. 73. Fruitful Muscadines (20:02)

    Muscadines are the most carefree grapes to grow.

  14. 74. Enjoying Muscadines

    DIY experts offer a few tips for eating, seeding and cooking with muscadines.

  15. 75. Simple Soil Tests

    DIY Network experts show how a few simple tests can determine what you need to do to help your soil and improve your gardening results.

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