Plant one this spring, and it could reach heights of 10, 20, even 30 feet by summer's end. #Gardening

5 Fast-Climbing Vines for Your Garden

DO IT IN A WHITE HONEYSUCKLE. Coral honeysuckle is a fast growing vine. Throughout this perennial's long bloom time, from mid- your entire garden. Coral honeysuckle its path, scaling a to trellis in a single season, and attract hummingbirds as well.

when your space is small, to make it an extension of your indoor living space. Use hardscaping to create entertaining areas, and open those doors wide and let the spaces work together. Use furnishings outdoors, plant grass for “carpet,” add planter “accents” and remember to just enjoy the space you have to it’s fullest, no matter what its size!

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when your space is small, to make it an extension of your indoor living space. Use hardscaping to create entertaining areas, and open those doors wide and let the spaces work together. Use furnishings outdoors, plant grass for add planter

Top 10 Best Climbing Plants    Once established this Morning Glory Vine to grow 3 to 5 inches a day.

Top 10 Climbing Plants for a Small Trellis

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I dream about having a pergola covered with tangled vines and roses in a lush garden. It is both romantic and whimsical just like an English garden. Here are five beautiful bits of inspiration to inspire your own garden.

Create Glow in the Dark Planters, todays agenda. Perfect in the country where we don't have street lights.

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DIY - Glow in the dark pots with mums for fall/Halloween. Buy a flower pot that you really like and use Rustoleum's Glow-in-the-dark paint to paint the pot. During the day, the paint will absorb the sunlight and at night the pots will glow.

Mount a chalk-painted board to the fence so kids can unleash their creativity outdoors. | 51 Budget Backyard DIYs That Are Borderline Genius

51 Budget Backyard DIYs That Are Borderline Genius

The outdoor chalk board could be cool in the secret garden. Outdoor chalk board would be great for our kids, whilst covering up the old wooden fence

This is my kind of garden. Full of wonderful things, cutting flowers and random loveliness.

The color of the flowers, the bloom time and the overall garden design are all a big part of this but, perhaps, the most important thing to consider is the amount of sun the garden plant needs. - My Cottage Garden

Garden Vines. Golden Hops: growing well down to zone 4, they prefer moist soil. They grow 15-20 feet, and one plant will grow 6 feet wide. They are pretty vigorous, and will wind its stems easily into most fencing or supports. Grow on a sturdy support as it can get pretty heavy by fall, when it blooms with small white flowers that the bees LOVE.

5 Top Garden Vines

Fast growing golden hops covers a simple arbor quickly and brightens that corner of the garden.

This is similar to my yard... in that it is long and narrow (50x23) with a concrete path right down the middle, brick patio in the forground and raised deck unseen.  I am torn between clean and easy (like this) and wild and untamed with little lawn and lots of plants/veg/shrub. Path cannot be easily removed. thoughts?

such a clever use of a small garden, elegant and modern. I'm inspired by this simple, clean symmetrical garden. I would love this design for our backyard.at least the area nearest the house!

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