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Garden

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Put a Ring On It

Dress up plain glass jars with festive and fanciful bobeches.

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Labors of Love

A homeowner with a passion for gardening and vintage revives an 1800s farmstead.

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Side Order

Sideways, upside down, horizontal... reimagine cool finds in new positions. This chicken feeder planter is a flea flip—literally.

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Shangri-LA

Paradise awaits right outside the doors of this 1920s Los Angeles home.

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Roll with It

Turn old carts, trolleys and wagons into movable mini gardens.

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The New Garden Club

Grab the vintage lunch boxes, thermoses and more for an under-the-trees dining and potting party. It's a breath of fresh air!

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A Garden of Treasures

A homeowner takes her vintage passions outside and creates special spaces for relaxing and planting.

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Into the Woods

Look under the next tree—or even up into its branches—and you'll find repurposed treasures as abundant as the dappled light in this Oregon garden.

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Can-Do Spirit

With a few easy retrofits, old cans and tins can be put to work outdoors as tool storage, planters and more.

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Contain Your Enthusiasm

Garden expert Larry Pfarr shares how to turn any vintage vessel into a container—and make the plantings thrive.

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Retool School

Put old garden and outdoor equipment out to pasture—in a good way!

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Thinking Out of the Mailbox

They endured rain, snow, sleet and the gloom of night. Now, these retired mailboxes are ready for first-class fun.