who knew: pennies in the garden repel slugs and make hydrangeas blue.
twig or branch screen - love wattle fences, this will fit right in, great to give privacy, support, a slight wind break, or some shade while still allowing some air flow and/or light, depending on how you make it or where you place it. idea, privacy screens, rustic look, privacy fences, patio, backyard, outdoor spaces, garden, branches
Need some privacy...
Take advantage of a change in grade to display your favorite potted plants on niches in a retaining wall holding back the slope. Bringing flowering pots closer to eye level gives them greater impact. Beautiful!! potted garden, flower. pot gardens, potted plants, retaining walls, flowers pots, backyard, plants in retaining wall, container gardening, flower pot gardens
Display Your Favorite Containers
Cotton Candy Grass - Withstands heat, humidity, poor soil and even drought. Very easy to grow, it reaches a mature height of 3-4 feet tall and gets 3-4 feet wide. Grows in all U.S zones.
Nice use for old tree stump moteris.lt - naujienos
Another great way to reuse an old wooden ladder. Love it!
front yard. Here's a great Corner design for your immediate curb appeal!! could do this all your corners plus maybe up by the corners of your front door path to the front door..... all kinds of possibilities to get that great curb appeal so necessary to maintain value of your home and property!!!!! white picket fences, garden ideas, driveway, focal points, front yards, curb appeal, corner fenc, flower beds, flowers garden
Corner flower garden - I love this little fence area >>
This is so pretty!
doorway swag. photo by Carla Ten Eyck.
A blast of colors in this landscape planting with flowers and evergreens and flower boxes as though suspended in mid air. The well manicured house is almost secondary to the well manicured nature surrounding it. green thumb, color, garden borders, front yards, hous, flower beds, flowers garden, flower boxes, window boxes
WOW ... Gorgeous!
Old Shutter for hanging potted plants
Ten Mistakes Herb Gardeners Make (and How to Avoid Them!)
Reuse an old tree to make a log pathway in your garden! Great idea!
Hosta & fern path - what an amazing board
so much cheaper than wood for a raised garden bed!!