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Top 100 Trees Projects

  1. 76. Inspiring Tree Stump Carving (00:02:26)

    When a storm downs a tree, Nicole has a chain saw artist carve the stump.

  2. 77. Echo Quick Vent 800 Chain Saw (00:58)

    Designed for firefighters, this chain saw can cut through any job.

  3. 78. Tools for Fall Yard Work (00:01:31)

    Check out the Slapshot and Vertex Pivot rakes and the Helping Hands.

  4. 79. How to Prune a Tree (03:13)

    Here are a few simple tips to help you successfully prune a tree.

  5. 80. Kirigami Tree (04:44)

    Learn the amazing paper cutting art of kirigami from Carol Duvall.

  6. 81. Fantastic Figs (20:01)

    We'll show you how to care for, plant and harvest delicious figs.

  7. 82. Spring Colors for the Garden

    A DIY Network gardening visitor shares a list of favorite spring-blooming plants.

  8. 83. Chain Saw (01:47)

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

  9. 84. Make Your Own Tree Lights (00:01:00)

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

  10. 85. Springtime Planting

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

  11. 86. How to Transplant a Japanese Maple

    A healthy, beautiful and expensive Japanese Maple is moved from a poor location too close to a house to a sunny spot protected from the...

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  12. 87. Planting Big Trees (01:00)

    Jason shows how to plant a big tree without running into big trouble.

  13. 88. Removing an Overgrown Shrub (00:01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for removing an overgrown shrub.

  14. 89. Tropical Trees as Houseplants

    Tropical trees can be grown indoors to add height or soften the corners of a room. The DIY Network experts discuss how to grow ficus, c...

  15. 90. The Right Way to Plant a Tree

    DIY experts discuss how healthy roots and cultivating the surrounding soil are keys to success in planting a new tree.

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