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Foliage ground covers. Well-placed foliage can be just as stunning as flowers and many are very low maintenance.

DIY Bird Bath Planter I used terracotta pots, painted them w/ wood stain & baked them in the sun. Drilled holes w/ masonry bit. Sealed water dish & stuck bird (99Store) & rocks on w/ epoxy resin. glued pots together w/ contact cement (99¢Store), planted succulents, & sprinkled soil w/ chicken grit(cause I had it on hand) & river rocks. I kept the top dish free so I can remove it for cleaning. I'm taking a stab, too, at propagating clippings from the succulents 4 future projects. BIRDBATH

For the back patio. Fire glass produces more heat than real wood, and is also environmentally friendly. There is no smoke, it’s odorless and doesn’t produce ash. You are able to stay toasty warm without cutting down trees and the specially formulated glass crystals give off no toxic deposit. And you can have color

Slipping, shoveling and salting when it snows are now a thing of the past. Keep outdoor walkways safe and snow-free with this innovative heated walkway mat that is designed to be left outside all winter long. This electric mat works to melt snow on contact at a rate of two inches per hour in order to prevent snow and ice from accumulating. Featuring a built-in watertight connector, this walkway mat is designed to interconnect with other HeatTrak stair mats and walkways.See how it works!Includes one heating walkway mat and GFCI power unitWalkway mat: 60''' W x 20'' H x 0.25'' DCord lead: 6'Connector cable: 3''Customized thermoplasticHeating mat voltage: 120 V ACHeating mat wattage: 300Power unit circuit breaker rating: 15ACord gauge: 14/3 SJTWRequires standard 120V outletImported

Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. Awesome for front yard