How to Make a Rosemary Topiary
A topiary is a plant that has been pruned and shaped as it grows to create a globe shape. You can create topiaries with a wide variety of plants. Using Rosemary adds a fragrant, as well as eye-pleasing, addition to any patio or backyard.
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Staten Island Advance/Frank J. JohnsCreeping fig is an excellent plant for shaping, as shown with this one created by Vickie Morris of the Staten Island Garden Club. The centuries-old art form of topiary involves the training and trimming of plants,...
DIY Topiary Projects for the Garden • The Garden Glove
There are a few ways to DIY a garden topiary, depending on what effect you are looking for and how much work you want to put into it. First of all, here are the basics for trimming a shrub into fun shapes. The tutorials that follow have more in-depth directions on how to make a DIY topiary.
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Tutorial--Topiary for people who don't have a green thumb--
My grandfather, who I was very close to growing up, was a gifted licensed gardener. His backyard was a beautiful Japanese style garden. ...
...my fairytale olive tree ~ a tutorial
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How to Make an Angel Vine Topiary
See how easy it is to train an angel vine (or wire vine) into a topiary form. You only need a few simple supplies and this tutorial to make your own!
How to Make an Herb Topiary from Cuttings | eHow
In early autumn, making your own topiary trees from cuttings taken from the garden is one of the most rewarding projects for a gardener. Shortly before frost arrives, cuttings from lavender, rosemary, scented geranium, woody thyme or fragrant myrtle can …
DIY Rosemary Topiaries-Tutorial & Tips For Growing Your Own - City Farmhouse
Hi Friends! I am a tad obsessed with Rosemary, isn’t everyone:)? In planning for the holidays I knew I wanted a few Rosemary Topiaries. I just LOVE how they look in a kitchen, especially around the sink. But when I began shopping around I realized they where a little expensive. So my sister-in-law who happens
25 Amazing Home Outdoor Planter Ideas That Will Your Make Home Beauty – Decor & Gardening Ideas
Make a simple home grower. What you really need is a container that can hold pot soil, some plants, and a place to hang finished products. It is common to hang planters at the entrance or under the…
3 ways to make a topiary - The House That Lars Built
I’ve had a thing for topiaries ever since I could pronounce the word. Something about a bush being cut into the shape of a ball thrills me. I’ve always assumed that there was a specific science to it and I’m sure there is for some of those crazy animal shapes, but turns out, they’re quite […]
The Easiest DIY Topiary Trees on a Budget (Topiary Decorating Ideas)
DIY topiary trees are the perfect front porch decor as they are versatile for any season. Here's a budget-friendly tutorial with topiary decorating ideas!
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