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Spring is officially here, and while it may still feel a bit chilly, now is the time to start planting your garden. With just a bit of work, you’ll be able to enjoy a blossoming flower patch or even some homegrown vegetables. Read on to find useful gardening tools and pretty planters — your spring garden awaits!

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Summer is all about slowing down and taking the time to lounge around -- and who embraces this relaxed vibe better than your cat or dog? With these stylish pet accessories, you too can channel a mellow, bohemian beach style in your home this season. And you four-legged friend is sure to enjoy napping the day away on a new bed or playing endlessly with a new toy.

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Fresh herbs can make an everyday meal feel fit for a special occasion but buying herbs from the grocery and trying to keep them fresh until you cook adds up. Fortunately, you don’t need a lot of space or money to grow your own herbs at home. This space-saving herb garden from Mr. Stacky has a slim vertical design that maximizes herb growing space indoors or outdoors.

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The weather may not be warm enough to plant summer-flowering bulbs or certain vegetables yet, but you can still get a jump start on your garden. These 5 simple tasks will prepare your garden for spring.

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Concrete has left the construction zone and is cropping up in beautiful new ways in interior design. The natural color and interesting texture of concrete means it blends seamlessly into a number of aesthetics—industrial, modern, bohemian, and classic. Not convinced? These 4 awesome home décor items will turn you into a concrete convert.

Don’t throw away that old farm sink just yet. After a good cleaning, put it on wheels and use it as a mobile planter. This traveling container garden lets the homeowner move the plants around according to light conditions. It’s the perfect solution for those in colder regions.

Steel tubs come in all shapes and sizes and make functional storage containers, laundry baskets, ice buckets — and balcony planters. The pairing of steel with natural greenery adds visual interest to any tablescape and makes a space more unique.