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How to make leaf stepping stones. Pretty much the most genius idea ever. Don't even really need to pay for the mold.

Alternative Gardning: How to make leaf stepping stones

Koby – Labrador Retriever – Chocolate Puppy

Pink Muhly Grass looks average until the flowers come in autumn...then get ready for EVERYONE to ask you what that pink thing is blooming in your yard!!!!

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galvanized steel raised beds | ... How-to instructions for constructing galvanized metal raised garden beds

How to Water Succulent Plants www.succulentsand...

Succulents and Sunshine | How to Water Succulent Plants

Cedar deck, fence and bench with built-in planters--for when the railing needs to be replaced on our deck.

cedar deck, fence and bench with built in planters

Plant a compact vegetable garden. This is perfect when you don't have a lot of space. #garden #coolideas #diy

Plant a compact vegetable garden

Provide drainage while keeping large pots light: Cut dollar store pool noodles and use as drainage material instead of stones. Large planters will be light enough to move later if needed.

IDEA !!! I could totally do this for my back yard !!! Yah mom found a backyard idea :) now just need the front

Study your space Look at your yard at different times of day, from different angles and in different weather conditions. Take pictures to help you remember what it looks like. Learn where the sunlight falls, where the shade pockets are, where the rain pools. Choose plants adapted to your yard's conditions and your area's hardiness Zone. Here, hostas thrive in the shade of big trees.

20 Secrets to Landscape Success

brick to make a fun garden pathway~ :: nice design, doesn't take so many bricks either! #gardening

Antique shading of blossoming pink and purple flowers and small flower buds growing in a field of wild flowers

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

Build your own garden box. Did this today, super cheap AND super easy! Might want to put chicken wire at the bottom to prevent critters from digging under. @Lisa Phillips-Barton Phillips-Barton Phillips-Barton Phillips-Barton Phillips-Barton Phillips-Barton Ridnouer

Soil Improvement Tips for Shade Gardens

The Best New Shade Perennials for 2014: Electrify the darkest corners of your landscape with shade-loving perennial flowers. Here are some of our top picks for 2014. By Doug Jimerson and Karen Weir-Jimerson