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Your yard is an extension of your home. You want it to fit your style, needs, personality, and values. For example, you might enjoy a modern style or a more artisan style. You may have an abundance of money to spend on your yard or you may be working within a budget. You may also care about reducing your carbon footprint and helping the environment. There are lawn and garden ideas that fit every budget, style, personality and need.
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Over the course of this report we’ll take a look at ten different lawn and garden ideas that use recycled items.
#1 Pallet Garden
Pallets are all the rage right now. You can make everything from a coffee table to a house with pallets. So why not hang a pallet garden in your yard? You can mount it to your fence or to the side of your house. They make excellent focal points and if you plant herbs then they become multi-functional.
For this DIY lawn and garden craft you’ll need:
* Pallet (you can often find them stacked behind warehouse stores and supermarkets)
* Hanging hooks or a means to hang the pallet from your home or fence
* Plants landscape fabric
* Chicken wire
* Staple gun
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Subject: Save more water - three xeriscape tips
Whether you want to save money on your water bill or you want to help conserve water for environmental reasons, xeriscaping can help. Xeriscaping is the practice of planting plants and landscaping in a way that conserves water. A xeriscape yard needs little to no watering. You can get rid of your in-ground sprinkler and still enjoy a beautifully landscaped yard.
1. Know Your Zone
Across the country, different climates are assigned different landscaping and gardening zones. They’re called “hardiness zones” or “temperate zones.” Most zone maps divide the country into ten or eleven zones.
For example, Kansas is primarily a zone five and a zone six. Florida is a zone eight, nine, and ten. Knowing your zone is important because it then helps you choose the right xeriscaping plants for your climate.
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