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Rustic Landscaping Ideas | Landscape Design Ideas, Gardening Calendar and Rustic Birdhouses

Old Primitive Chair doubles as an American themed planter. Nothing (hardly) is trash for me. I lined the bottom of this old rustic chair with chicken wire and made it into a beautiful americana piece for our landscaping.

Love it...Remove seat, attach 1/2 wire mesh to create a flower 'bed' Excellent!

Birdhouses on the fence

cute fence!

Complete Hosta Collection

Cute idea!

Stunning Low-Budget Container Gardens : Outdoors : Home & Garden Television

So cute!

Shoe Planters Drill a few holes in the bottom for proper drainage, and you’ve got a charming little container! This works well for plants...

24 Creative Garden Container Ideas | Sink planters!

for the garden

7 Natural Uses For Baking Soda In The Garden - Plant Care Today. Never knew baking soda could not only act as a fungicide but it can also treat and prevent powdery mildew, discourages gnats in soil, fungus on leaves, weeds and kills cabbage worms and crabgrass while keep your hands clean.

Stepables: Cool ideas for plants and ground cover for your Paths and Walkways!

Loving this Cheyenne Spirit Echinacea Coneflower on #zulily! #zulilyfinds

DIY Garden Art Ideas - Garden art with windows!

shade garden hosta

Conrad Art Glass & Gardens: birch walk shade garden

Hosta filled shade garden PLANT LIST A. 50 Greater periwinkle (Vinca major): Zones 7–11 B. 3 Hosta ‘Night Before Christmas’: Zones 3–8 C. 4 Hosta ‘Halcyon’: Zones 3–8 D. 3 Hosta ‘Tokudama Aureonebulosa’: Zones 3–8 E. 1 Hosta ‘Paul’s Glory’: Zones 3–8 F. 3 Hosta ‘Undulata’: Zones 3–8

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Lovely Lancaster Ave gardens at Buffa10 | Digging

Woodland shade garden | Gardening Gone Wild Photo Contest | CAROLYN'S SHADE GARDENS

Shaded Garden

Backyard, cabbage leaves are awesome! Minimal care, great lush appearance and they inhibit weed growth

Shade garden with flowers and colorful foliage - for areas that receive shade throughout the day with some sun in the morning and late afternoon. Plants that like shade/part shade: Hostas, Lamium, Astrantia, Ajuga, Astilbe, Lily of the Valley, Heuchera, Pulmonaria, Japanese Painted Fern, & Dicentra.

Soil Improvement Tips for Shade Gardens

Shade flowers, from left to right: 1. bergenia 2. hellebore 3. chinese ground orchid 4. heuchera 5. epimedium 6. dead nettle 7. solomon's seal 8. trillium 9. lady's slipper 10. bunchberry 11. checkered lily 12. pulmonaria