Hans Hupseflupse

Hans Hupseflupse

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25 Unexpectedly Genius Household Hacks You'll Wish You'd Thought Of First

25 Unexpectedly Genius Household Hacks You'll Wish You'd Thought Of First

Use Mayonnaise To Remove Water Marks on Wood

Use Mayonnaise To Remove Water Marks on Wood

Bunny Tail Grass - annual, easy to grow from seed

Bunny Tail Grass - annual, easy to grow from seed

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10-remarkable-diy-cleaning-solutions1

Wiedergewonnenen Palette Wine Rack. von BlueFoxFurnishings auf Etsy

Wiedergewonnenen Palette Wine Rack. von BlueFoxFurnishings auf Etsy

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North/Central Garden Plan -- Great list of some good plants to start a bed in front of a blank wall

North/Central Garden Plan -- Great list of some good plants to start a bed in front of a blank wall

Allium 'Globemaster' - Alliums are nicknamed "Ornamental Onions." - The flowers (which are spheres formed of a whole lot of tightly packed tiny flowers called florets) can be softball to volleyball sized on stems up to three feet tall. They bloom in May to June. I don't know where I'd put these in my small yard but I'd love to grow them someday!

Allium 'Globemaster' - Alliums are nicknamed "Ornamental Onions." - The flowers (which are spheres formed of a whole lot of tightly packed tiny flowers called florets) can be softball to volleyball sized on stems up to three feet tall. They bloom in May to June. I don't know where I'd put these in my small yard but I'd love to grow them someday!

Cimicifuga racemosa. 'Black cohosh' is a large, shade-loving perennial from North America. Also can be found under the name "Actaea"

Cimicifuga racemosa. 'Black cohosh' is a large, shade-loving perennial from North America. Also can be found under the name "Actaea"

New England Aster (Syphyotrichum novae-angliae) is a tall, clump forming perennial native. This tall (up to 6 feet) aster produces lots of purple flowers in September that may last to November in warm years. Pollinators of all kinds flock to this plant. It will grow in fun sun to full shade, well-drained to heavy soils and works great in mixed prairie plantings or perennial borders.

New England Aster (Syphyotrichum novae-angliae) is a tall, clump forming perennial native. This tall (up to 6 feet) aster produces lots of purple flowers in September that may last to November in warm years. Pollinators of all kinds flock to this plant. It will grow in fun sun to full shade, well-drained to heavy soils and works great in mixed prairie plantings or perennial borders.