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Top 100 Trees Projects

  1. 1. Forcing Flowering Woody Branches Indoors

    The DIY experts describe how to extend the season indoors by forcing branches from spring-flowering trees and shrubs.

  2. 2. Polymer Clay Tree Ornaments (06:39)

    Create polymer clay ornaments for your Christmas tree or for gift-giving.

  3. 3. Multidimensional Backyard (00:03:42)

    The brothers create a surreal, multidimensional space for horror-film fans.

  4. 4. Tree Keeper Light Rack (00:36)

    Tree Keeper's Light Rack keeps your light strands stored and untangled.

  5. 5. Tree-Canopied Outdoor Kitchen (00:03:49)

    This outdoor kitchen takes advantage of the yard's natural canopy of trees.

  6. 6. Growing Citrus Trees

    Follow these tips from the DIY experts on how to grow your own citrus trees at home, regardless of your climate.

  7. 7. Central Park Tree Cutting 1 (01:25)

    Jason Cameron cuts a huge branch from a tree in the middle of Central Park.

  8. 8. Chain Saw (01:47)

    A chain saw is one tool that literally opens everything up.

  9. 9. Caring for a Variety of Plants

    Knowing specific information about plants is important in order to care for them properly. DIY Network experts share how to care for ea...

  10. 10. No Ladder Tree Decorating Kit (00:57)

    This light-hanging kit makes it easy to decorate hard-to-reach places.

  11. 11. Riding Mower Basics (00:02:23)

    Before you hop onto that riding mower, here are a few tips to keep in mind.

  12. 12. 13 Trees and a Horseshoe Court (04:16)

    Gino rescues a couple who must plant 13 new trees and salvage a dead yard.

  13. 13. Skirting the Issue (00:00:21)

    Use these decorating tips to deck the halls for the holidays.

  14. 14. How to Grow Fig Trees

    Figs are a delicious and healthful fruit, and the trees are easy to grow. Just make sure to select a variety that’s right for you...

    Time:
    Several Months
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  15. 15. Fruit Tree Basics (01:54)

    Advice on how to get a reluctant fruit tree to bear fruit.

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