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Top 100 Trees Projects

  1. 46. Natural-Edge Bowl (00:20:00)

    This wood turned bowl has a smooth surface and a natural edge texture.

  2. 47. Christmas Greetings (02:56)

    Dress up your home for the holidays with this easy-to-make spiral tree.

  3. 48. How to Care for a New Tree

    Learn how to choose, plant and take care of new trees.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  4. 49. Brush Grubber (00:56)

    Need to remove a tree, roots and all? The Brush Grubber gets it done.

  5. 50. 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.

  6. 51. Jimmy Takes To the Trees (02:47)

    Jimmy DiResta vlogs about building the treehouse and speaking Southern.

  7. 52. Make Your Own Tree Lights (00:01:00)

    Dean and Derek show how to make inexpensive tree lights from flowerpots.

  8. 53. 13 Trees and a Horseshoe Court (04:16)

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

  9. 54. How to Grow Plums

    Fruit trees make a great addition to any landscape. And with a wide range of plum varieties, there is likely a tree for every climate.

    Time:
    Several Months
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  10. 55. Caring for a Japanese Maple (02:58)

    Learn how to care and cultivate various types of Japanese maples.

  11. 56. Privacy Plants Create Hideaway (00:02:38)

    Sara creates a 'Tuscan hideaway' using privacy trees and aromatic plants.

  12. 57. Outdoor Den (06:08)

    Dean and Derek use a majestic tree as the focal point for an outdoor den.

  13. 58. Tree Shopping List

    DIY experts offer information on several tree varieties and the planting information for each zone.

  14. 59. Easy Origami Ornament (05:17)

    Learn how to create a magical paper cube ornament for your Christmas tree.

  15. 60. Transplant or Trash a Tree? (02:27)

    Gino must decide whether to trash or transplant a weeping Blue Atlas cedar.

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