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Narrow Garden Space of Townhouse This very narrow space on the side of a townhouse is made more interesting by using an interesting paving pattern with tiles and pea gravel, plus a variety of plants in pots.

Landscaping With Gravel and Other Soft Surfacing : HGTV Gardens

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Shelley's container designs in British Columbia--click through to see more containers designed by Shelley

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The Double Border

Gardener's Supply Company | Garden Tools, Planters, and More

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shade plants...Lamium, Hosta - Lamium is an amazing ground cover that can fill a bed in one or two seasons - pink or purple flowers

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Beautiful Campanula spreading between stone steps

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Replace Turf: In this lovely garden, the grass lawn was removed and replaced with a brick path that divides a quartet of small borders. A smaller fifth bed with sundial sits in the center, and a rose covered arbor and bench act as a romantic focal point. From BH&G

Backyard Landscaping Ideas

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Top 10 Gardening Rules You Should Not Break

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Leaf stepping stones

Concrete Leaves | Herbs in the Garden

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Purple coneflower, daisies, foxglove, black-eyed-susans, astribe and hollyhocks

TODAY'S GARDENING NEWS

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Adorable path and sitting area. Although, that Japanese maple is planted way too close to the fence. Better to get a very dwarf variety and grow it in a large pot.

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^Shade garden

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Lovely ♥

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Plant table

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Cottage Garden

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Loving the colours in this garden

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small lush cottage garden

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Shade garden

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Love a door in a garden!

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Plan out your garden before you plant it! More gardening basics: www.bhg.com/...

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RHS Tatton: the sunshine show

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The soil should be rich, well-drained, and acidic.work compost or peat moss into the top 10 or 15 inches before planting. Space plants 2 to 4 feet apart, allowing them to reach their mature size without crowding. To reduce water loss, apply a 1- to 3-inch thick mulch of fine bark or decomposed leaves.Water regularly for the first year or two after planting to establish the roots; check often to make sure roots stay damp.

Best ferns for a low-water garden

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Perennials and annuals at Kew

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Butterfly Garden: how to plant a perennial butterfly garden

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Visual Allium chart, need one for all the bulbs!

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