A mixture of plants and hardscape elements adorns a side yard. This drought-tolerant garden restricts high-need plants for use as dramatic accents, such as this yellow climbing rose. A trellis decorates the home's facade and offers a welcome hardscape element in the garden.
Drought-Tolerant Landscaping Ideas
I love this..awesome firepit and landscape design!
Nice planter, says its cool here
Half Wine Barrel Salad Planters - if you're strapped for space, don't have much time or room for a garden, consider repurposing a large container to grow a variety of salad or stir fry ingredients. Learn how to plant up a box or container garden @ http://themicrogardener.com/fast-food-diy-instant-veggie-garden-part-1/ | The Micro Gardener
WINDOW BOX :: Calibrachoa (orange), sutera cordata (white), scaevola hybrid (blue), and Ipomea Marguerite (Sweet potato vine)
The “curtains” are cotton/linen flat sheets I found on clearance for $5 at a local outlet hemmed to the height of the cabana and hung with simple rings. Both the curtains and the cover come down in autumn when it rains, then I imagine the metal structure will look fantastic all lit up with a ton of twinkle lights.
love the wine barrels!
We've got abundant downed wood from our woods that can be repurposed into many wonderful things, such as fencing, garden posts, and something like this charming garden arbor. If you're using your arbor to grow and support grapevines, just be sure you bury your posts deep enough to bear the weight of the grown vines. Or just decorate it with lightweights like morning glories, clematis and nasturtium!
Simple Tunnel Arbor
"The side tables are halves of wine barrels simply turned upside down. Find them at a local hardware store for $20, they make the perfect rustic end table" - Obsessed!
Oh how I love little garden houses.