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Flower Hair Wreath DIY

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Did you ever make the little daisy chain necklaces when you were a kid? One thing I've been wanting to do with my kids for a long time is make flower hair wreaths out of wild flowers and flowers that I grow in my garden. I thought it would be…

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Garden Wall Art DIY

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A quick search on Pinterest for Garden Wall Art will turn up a lot of ideas for gorgeous living art - art made out of moss, succulents, and many up-cycyled objects. I've got a gorgeous old up-cycled garden shed that has been begging for a Garden Wall Art DIY, and…

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Painting Rocks – Garden Art DIY

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My kids love to paint all kinds of things they find in nature, like acorns, sticks, and rocks, and I thought painting rocks for garden art might be a way to kill two (or three) birds with one stone! First, painting rocks is a fun way to add some color

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Gifts for Gardeners – Gardening Tool Set

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What do you get for the gardener who has it all? I always have a hard time shopping for my Dad. This year, we decided to make him a gift for gardeners - since he's an avid gardener with a huge, productive garden in Central Missouri - and give him…

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Garden Vegetables to Grow this Summer

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Slow start this growing season? Don't despair! If you didn't get a garden planted this spring, it's not too late to plant garden vegetables to grow this summer! Growing a garden is a great way to put healthy food on the table and keep your kids occupied in the final…

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Tips for Home Water Conservation This Summer

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Home water conservation should be at the top of your mind. Whether for drinking, cleaning, bathing, or gardening, when the warmer season moves in our home water usage usually rises. That’s because there’s a lot of water-related chores and activities associated with the changes in temperature. At the same time…

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