Place a plastic kiddie pool in the ground. It'd be easy to clean and looks nicer than having it above ground. Big dogs can't chew it up or drag it around and who say's it has to be just for the dogs? - ruggedthug
This is the first edging I have ever seen that I like. It allows the lawn mower to cut right up to the edge!
curly succulent.... Moraea Tortilis - common name spiral grass. Irdaceae family - Author: Peter Goldblatt 1977 Family: Iridaceae Habitat: Namaqualand, Southern Africa Soil: Mix Water: Medium Sun: Maximum Thickness: 2,5 centimetres Height: 10 centimetres Flower: White to Blue and Yellow Reproduction: Seeds
Spiral succulents! Who knew?! "The spring grass is also known as spiral grass, circling due to the twist of the blade, the shape of the spring named after, is a small potted ornamental plants in recent years the introduction of a unique form of ancient bulbs, leaves of different varieties, or like a spring, or like water flowing kelp, or like the curly hair, or like iron products, and its smooth lines and elegant, richly varied, elegant and fresh colors..."
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recycled pallet wood walkway - awesome!
Re-grow Romaine Lettuce Hearts - just cut, place in water, and watch them grow back in days...
How to prune basil to have enormous plants
Link your front and back yards with an attractive side-yard garden. More outdoor spaces: www.bhg.com/...
Purchased stair risers from home improvement store.
penny ball in the garden for repelling slugs and making hydrangeas blue
Plant a Knot Garden Herbs and tidy hedges such as boxwood are most commonly found in geometric knot gardens. Try adding extra interest with grasses. Here, a golden sedge is a stunning contrast to dark green boxwood. Test Garden Tip: Tight, mounding grasses work best in knot gardens. Avoid grasses that are too loose and open; they can make the knot garden feel messy because of their loose habit.
It's magnetic back keeps it stuck on the wall because of the metal corners under the paint. I made this.
Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. I use baking soda in a 6" wide area around all of the edges of my flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into my beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. I usually have to do this twice a year - spring and fall. I need to try this....