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On the Edge: 11 Garden Borders You Can Make
Colored Pencil Fence! Absolutely adorable... whittle down fence posts and paint!! (could be dangerous if you suspect children or dogs may climb or try to jump.)
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green mist laceflower
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Flower Box Perfection
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The best window box is the one you can't see. Whatever you planted in there should be so happy that it cascades down the wall to spill onto the sidewalk, threatening to trip passersby. Coleus, sweet potato vine, and caladium: They like a little shade, which makes them the perfect combination to plant beneath a balcony or eave. Water them every day. Image via Stately.
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Garden Visit: A Dutch Master in Yorkshire: Remodelista The sheer scale of the place is difficult to grapple with. The kitchen garden at Scampston Hall in Yorkshire, in the north of England, contains four acres within its brick walls. But in the end the impossible size has been the making of this garden and its staggering renewal.
Garden Visit: A Dutch Master in Yorkshire Gardenista
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Succulents in old ladles.
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Use a fallen tree to make this beautiful walkway for your garden!
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Gorgeous rock garden!
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This urban backyard measures just 45 feet wide, but by careful placement of outdoor living spaces and strategic use of plants, the homeowners created a private paradise in just five years. Draw guests into the garden by locating seating areas away from the house. Use small trees or large shrubs to block the view of your home, and your outdoor room can feel like it's a million miles away.
Fall Garden Retreat
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Limelight Hydrangea and SilkTassels Morrow's Sedge
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Lycopodium squarrosum (plavuň kostrbatá)
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Use the frame from an inexpensive paper lantern. This will look awesome once it fills in! I might actually consider allowing ivy back into my garden if I can contain it like this...
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35 Lovely Pathways for a Well-Organized Home and Garden
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DIY "Rhubarb stepping stones anyone? I love the idea of this project. Using some cement, a circular mold and a giant leaf from a rhubarb plant, you can make these cool stepping stones. Now granted, the original blog post is in Swedish but most browsers have translators built into them these days. Her pictures are pretty self explanatory too. So check it out and make some for your garden!"
Rhubarb leaf stepping stones
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This would neat. So many greens!