lily of the valley & fern

"An all-time favorite perennial. The sweet scent of Lily-of-the-Valley will fill the garden in early spring. Each stem produces as many as 25 blooms. Easy to grow in shady areas, but will also thrive in partial sun.~lilies of the valley smell amazing!

shade garden with hosta, fern, lady's mantle, boxwood, wild ginger and more...:

For under our front yard Cedar forest - shade garden with hosta, fern, lady's mantle, boxwood, wild ginger and more.

pilea perperomioides (chinese money plant) Available from North One Garden Centre London - Gardening Gazebo

pilea perperomioides (chinese money plant) Available from North One Garden Centre London – Gardening Gazebo

DIY Round Brick Firepit Tutorial

27 Awesome DIY Firepit Ideas for Your Yard

DIY Round Brick Firepit Tutorial, how to build a simple backyard fire pit in the ground with bricks and gravel.

herb garden ... reclaimed wood. Could suspend it from heavy-duty hooks and "I" bolts along house wall to keep dogs from eating it

Use an old pallet to make a vertical herb garden! Cheap, easy and beautiful! Just make sure to find out how the pallet was treated so you're not planting in harmful chemicals! And- u can write the name of the herbs on the wood!

How To Make Your Own Wattle Garden Beds  http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/uyu0  These handwoven planters will cost you nothing except a walk in the woods.  Would you like some at your place?

How To Make Your Own Wattle Garden Beds theownerbuilderne… These handwoven planters will cost you nothing except a walk in the woods. Would you like some at your place?

white caladium and maidenhair fern-I mix these plants together on a shady terrace in our garden at home-also try white double impatiens in the mix!

White Caladium and maidenhair fern . Shade tolerant caladium and maidenhair fern planted in a white cast-iron urn. Photo by 2011 Laura Berman

Herbs in baskets....basil, thyme, rosemary, mint and dill

NUTRITION-Healing herbs Growing your own medicine - this lady gives tons of info on medicinal herbs! Which ones, what they're good for, how to grow and how to prepare them - what a score

HAVE to have this! Hmmm . . . this may be my hubby's first project when he retires in a few months!

Be creative when it comes to container gardening. By roaming through your local thrift store you will find treasures to use for container gardening. Here is an old wooden plant stand and a wooden crate filled with plants. A great treasure for your pati

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For my perfect pond. ✿⊱✦★ ♥ ♡༺✿ ☾♡ ♥ ♫ La-la-la Bonne vie ♪ ♥❀ ♢♦ ♡ ❊ ** Have a Nice Day!

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