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shade loving - Great porch idea - Caladiums, Tuberose Begonias, Creeping Jenny, ivy, Wandering Jew, Fern, Hosta.

Containers With Pizazz ! Not Your Ordinary Container!

Green House idea love the surrounding gardens as edges thinking this will be great at my house with herbs

Chris Hughes - Project One

perfect shade planter...coleus, impatiens and ivy.

Continuous cilantro growing method

Francine Gardner - Art de Vivre: Life in White...

Francine Gardner | Art De Vivre

How To Grow Your Own Blueberries - I literally just planed our blueberries yesterday so I definitely want to read this for tips!

How To Grow Your Own Blueberries

Container Gardening

How to Propagate Basil - So simple.and one of the best tricks ever!

How to Propagate Basil

Sienna Sunrise Heavenly Bamboo. This is on my short list for shrubs to plant along to porch.

Oakleaf – H. arborescens. Oakleaf hydrangea had oak shaped leaves that turn lovely purple and red in the fall, and conical shaped white flowers that bloom in summer. More tolerant to hot summers, tolerant to shade, and tolerant to drier soil.

Growing Hydrangeas | The Garden Glove

“White Mistflower is a solid choice in any Texas native plants Xeriscape. This shrub is a low hassle option that will work great both in full sun and part shade. Native to Mexico, West and Central Texas as well, this perennial requires only about 25 inches of rain annually. Clusters of bold white flowers will appear in the fall. White mistflower works well both as a single specimen or planted in clusters. Butterflies and Humming birds love to feast on those late blooming flowers and will make th

For partially shaded areas, consider the Texas Mountain Laurel (Sophora secundiflora). It sports purple/blue wisterialike blooms in the spring and retains its handsome evergreen foliage the rest of the year.

Xeriscape-Design-Austin-Muhlenbergia-capillaris-Gulf-Muhly (sun/ part shade)

Mexican Feathergrass - drought-tolerant, 1-2' wide, 1-2' tall, sun/part shade, cutting back optional; soft, elegant weeping form; effective individually or in masses

Agapanthus ... drought tolerant, does best in mottled shade - perfect for the front garden

Such a pretty idea.

Traditional | New England Home Magazine

Traditional | New England Home Magazine

entrance from road to my front yard (awesome idea); I love the privacy combined with the curb appeal, and I love the pergola, as well as the idea of pathway!! (Plants, etc. are obviously also an included desire for this.) - Eye appealing layout

5th and state: Down the garden path....&.... BIG giveaway!

Tool Shed with Stain and Cedar Trim inside the carport for yard tool storage

Tool Shed Updates

Shakes and sage


Rain barrel

The Canadian Year-Round Rain Barrel - Hammacher Schlemmer

Landscaping Pictures Of Texas Xeriscape Gardens And Much More Here In Austin

quite literally my dream home. mid-century modern with a southwestern/spanish flair, and landscaping that feels like a mash-up of australian bush forest and the arizona desert.

Home Tour: Tasteful and Timeless in Austin

Natural transition from patio to yard.

30 Wonderful Backyard Landscaping Ideas