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PatioPaversGravelDesign - cool design for firepit area

Color and Design at Home

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backyard desert landscaping - need more of this and less grass to tend (and watch die every year)

.Discover Your Garden Style Mediterranean Gardens Capture Sunny Regional Style Sun loving lavenders and poppies spill over a gravel walkway in a random fashion mirroring the laid back, sun drenched Mediterranean styled gardens of that region.

"Create a living privacy screen, hide an ugly fence, or add a beautiful garden backdrop with these extra-tall plants." -Better Homes and Gardens

Big Perennials for Big Impact

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Sunny Days and Repurposed Benches :: Hometalk

Sunny Days and Repurposed Benches

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how to build an outdoor stone fire pit - about $50 for the stones

How to Build a Patio Firepit - How to Nest for Less™

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stone flowers bird house bench - cute

Boxwood is very easy to propagate. In the spring, take stem cuttings, 6 inches in length, and remove the lower inch of leaves. For best effect, group five to seven stems together, as pictured, to resemble an entire plant. Plunge this group into soil that has been amended with copious quantities of peat moss or leaf mold. Pack the soil firmly around the stems. Keep the cuttings moist, and you will have new, rooted plants in about six weeks.

My Garden: From Parking Lot to Rose Garden | Garden Design

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natural pest control - vinegar-based cleanser made from 1⁄4 cup vinegar, 2 cups water and 10 to 15 drops of peppermint, clove, eucalyptus or tea tree essential oil. AND if you’re using the barbeque, throw a bit of sage or rosemary on the coals to repel mosquitos.

Get rid of all that grass

How to reduce the size of your lawn

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protect your hydrangeas during winter... Just bloody brilliant! Probably good for any perennial that needs a little help overwintering...

Zone 6 Hydrangea winter protecting? - Hydrangea Forum - GardenWeb

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