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Mix of plants, hardscapes, textures. If you like this board, see my other garden boards also: Ironwork, Mosaics, Plant Materials, Food Gardening Tips.

Build a Fence Trellis

Decorating Tips for Small Backyards | gardening tools

Anne Spencer House and Garden, Lynchburg, Virginia Exactly the set up for the guestroom door.

Dr. Dan's Garden Tips: Virginia Is For Garden Lovers

Acid stain color chart offered by Ariizona Polymer Flooring featuring their line of concrete stains.

From the Sperry Gardens: July 2014 - Neil Sperry's GARDENS No grass shade garden.

From the Sperry Gardens: July 2014 - Neil Sperry's GARDENS

Shed Idea

Tool Shed Updates

Keep string lights up all year long so your backyard will always feel magical.

Outdoor Lighting : Patio Lighting, Solar Lights : Target

Make a unique garden gate from an old ornate headboard - attach to arbor with heavy duty hinges...from Midwest Living.

Great Garden Gate Ideas

My Painted Garden ~~~ what a sweet place to sit.

My Painted Garden: June 2012

Walled garden. I like the green garden, accented with changeable accessories.

A casa milanesa do presidente da Kartell

In this garden with a pond, pieces of slate combine with gravel for a natural look.

Slate and Gravel Create Natural Look

Tiny potting shed with French doors

Ok..this is cute. My dear Taya shared this. I have this little door in my tree, but not the windows. That will be the next project.

Copper Fire Pit, note the landscape timber retaining shape in lower right. Good for the yard by the shed into the side yard.

Peaceful Backyards

Mirror Image

Landscape Design: Creating Garden Special Effects : HGTV Gardens

gazebo made from four arbors and a table with an umbrella. I like the arbors forming a gazebo. With climbing roses or vines, it would be a lovely retreat behind the shed. Put up an arbor shaped backdrop on the back wall for a focal point.

Backyard Retreats: Instant Gratification -

Hot Tub Fits Into Small Garden Design: Redwood timbers and wildflowers prove you can create a peaceful, secluded feeling even in a small garden.