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25 DIY Planters for Indoors and Outdoors via Remodelaholic.com

Remodelaholic | 25+ DIY Planter Tutorials

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Change that ugly return grill.

The Friendly Home: A better looking return air grille

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7 DIY Firepit Tutorials | Tipsaholic.com #outdoor #diy #firepit #backyard

Build Your Own Fire: 7 DIY Fire Pit Tutorials - Tipsaholic

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ReStore Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity

3 ft. x 100 ft. Dalen Products Path, Patio and Playground Underlayment Fabric

15+ DIY Organization Projects! These are cheap and easy! LOVE!!

How to Organize a Hall Closet (aka, taking an overgrown closet of randomness and optimized her closet into an organized, functional space). #containerstore

Debora Carl Landscape Design - contemporary - landscape - arid landscape - desert garden - succulents & cacti

Botanical name: Senecio mandraliscae Common names: Blue chalk sticks; blue finger and blue fries USDA zones: 9-12 Water requirement: Low water needs but tolerant of regular irrigation; don’t overwater Sun requirement: Full sun to light shade in arid climates Mature size: 1-2' h x 2-3' spread Tolerances: Drought tolerant, high wind, second line salt wind

Arid Style Garden. This is what's come down to with my garden/landscaping in Oklahoma.

A. parryi got its nickname "artichoke agave." Dusty blue leaves provide a cooling foliage foil to their usually dry and arid native landscape. Wide, fleshy leaves are topped and edged with sharp black spines, making the plant especially beautiful but potentially posing a landscape hazard. Simply site the plant out of arm’s reach if that is a concern.

Planting a conventional turfgrass lawn is not a water-wise solution in the arid West. Nor is paving a big area always practical, since that much hardscape creates a lot of heat and glare. But if you lace paving stones with ribbons of native buffalo grass (Buchloe dactyloides), you'll achieve an eye-calming "soft patio" effect that needs much less water than a traditional bluegrass or fescue lawn.

Southwestern style gardens, also referred to as Santa Fe style, are very natural and reflect the arid, sunny climate of the southwest. Similar to xeriscape landscape design, southwest designs feature native plants. Native plants can be colorful and vibrant, perfect for lively outdoor living spaces that require very little water or maintenance to thrive.

Mid-Century modern home exterior in California - Arid landscaping - By: Tara Bussema

Desert garden with cacti and succulents - Texas garden - Arid landscape

Home-Dzine - Foolproof gardens for those that hate gardening!

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Privacy for the backyard. Add a pergola separately, but with style to add height. Plant some beautiful vines to cover as much or little as you want for added privacy in your backyard. Great for those with second story homes surrounding them.

What a great way to cover up exposed roots and dirt patches under trees...plus the more porches the merrier!

Nice perennial garden but the star here is the fantastic flagstone steps & flat stack retaining wall.