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Great ideas for getting kids started on their first garden and turning nature into their very own craft supply house.
Spring crafting is in the air. Brighten everyone's day with our super spring crafts.
These gardening ideas are sure to plant a seed for great fun in the garden.
Keep birds at bay with a jangly kitchen-gadget scarecrow
Stake out your territory with this spiffy copper-foil garden sign
This centerpiece is anything but garden-variety
A birdbath is a great device for attracting all kinds of species
Nothing spruces up house more than an indoor garden. So here we offer a handful of projects that are easy to create and care for. Most, in fact, can be put together with materials you probably already have around the house.
Tomato plants love the sun, so even if you plant them upside down, they'll find their way to the light. For a fun family project, give it a try and see for yourself.
Bone up on botany and save some mementos of summer by pressing plant leaves and petals.
These cute driveway signs hold a secret: at night, shapes cut from reflective tape become glowing stars and moons.
This free-form trellis -- made of garden stakes and painted by hand -- gives veggies and vines a colorful place to climb.
For some amazing gazing, plant an assortment of these metallic orbs in your garden.