Growing food from scraps I Quit Sugar

25 Foods You Can Re-Grow Yourself from Kitchen Scraps

25 Foods You Can Re-Grow Yourself from Kitchen Scraps – DIY & Crafts Who knew. Grew my first garden this year . Will try starting from scraps. With any luck I'll have plants to put in the ground come spring!

These are the giant bromeliads I was thinking about as features

Love these giant bromeliads I was thinking about as features they would definitely add interest but not sure whether they would work in the UK climate. The giant ferns in the background (if that is what they are) also add interest.

Garden Ideas - May have inherited a few Yucca 'Elephantipes'. Could be nice for screening in the front yard.

Fence & plants Garden Ideas - May have inherited a few Yucca 'Elephantipes'. Could be nice for screening in the backyard.

The Elements of a Great Outdoor Space : Home Improvement : DIY Network

The Key Elements of a Great Outdoor Space

DIY Water Feature, For my backyard! :) lkonarek DIY Water Feature, For my backyard! :) DIY Water Feature, For my backyard!

drought tolerant vibrant planting

After final photo!: Steer clear of thirsty plants. Bold succulents—agaves, aloes & aeonium—give Brooke’s garden the tropical foliage she wanted without the heavy water requirements. There’s also a lot less lawn to be irrigated now—she left just en.

Weeping Mulberry Trees are very beautiful small to medium weeping trees with large glossy heart shaped leaves. Features small red flowers and edible fruit.

Morus bloeit op hout, snoeien als kroon op stam-pas na jaar harttak toppen. Weeping Mulberry Trees are very beautiful small to medium weeping trees with large glossy heart shaped leaves. Features small red flowers and edible fruit.

Tuckeroo.  This is a great all round evergreen tree, with flushes of bright glowing new growth through Spring and Summer. A medium sized tree ranging between 8-15m tall at maturity it forms a dense rounded shape and offers a lovely shade solution for gardens.  It is a smart selection for a range of locations including coastal exposure, tropical heat and works well as a specimen tree, wind break and street tree.

Plant of the month is the Tuckeroo. This is a great all round evergreen tree, with flushes of bright glowing new growth through Spring and Summer.

Tuckeroo - a great shade tree

Tuckeroo - a great tree can be kept small near the building and provides leaves all year round

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