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Growing Forsythia bushes is one of the best ways to get a really early show of flowers in your yard in spring.

Growing Forsythia bushes will give you a plant that screams spring like no other. The vibrant yellow color of these perennials is wonderful.

Need to renovate your Clematis, want more blooms! Here you go, prune clematis for top to bottom blooms. Easy and rewarding.  #GardeningIdeas

Need to renovate your Clematis, want more blooms! Here you go, prune clematis for top to bottom blooms. Easy and rewarding. #GardeningIdeas

Advices On How To Grow Your Own Aloe Vera Plant

Advices On How To Grow Your Own Aloe Vera Plant

Try one of these all-natural solutions to remove unwanted plants from your garden.

Try one of these all-natural solutions to remove unwanted plants from your garden.

Vacation Hydration from Martha Stewart: Instead of asking a neighbor to water your plants while you're on a trip, use this method to keep them hydrated for at least a week: On the day of your departure, give each plant a good watering. Then, snugly arrange the plants in a small tub that's deep enough for the pots. Next, crumble up old newspaper and wet it. Arrange the newspaper around the pots, filling in all the gaps -- it will keep the plants moist while you're gone.

Vacation Hydration from Martha Stewart: Instead of asking a neighbor to water your plants while you're on a trip, use this method to keep them hydrated for at least a week: On the day of your departure, give each plant a good watering. Then, snugly arrange the plants in a small tub that's deep enough for the pots. Next, crumble up old newspaper and wet it. Arrange the newspaper around the pots, filling in all the gaps -- it will keep the plants moist while you're gone.

Plastic Bags are everywhere, you can recycle them easily with these 11 practical DIY uses of plastic bags in the garden!

Plastic Bags are everywhere, you can recycle them easily with these 11 practical DIY uses of plastic bags in the garden!