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Susan Park Cole rooted this cutting in water

Hydrangea propagation

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Beach Chair Pink Voyage Skipper

Beach Chair Pink Voyage Skipper, $49, now featured on Fab.

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Making fairy furniture, gardenscapes and more

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Have done this on the beach. Take your bag of plaster of paris, mix with sea water. Make depression in damp sand. Put in dead critters, shells, etc. faced toward the bottom. Pour plaster. Let dry and dig around it carefull to remove. Can use irregular shape or press a pail or dish into sand. Can even make sand castles with decorations. They last a long time as garden decor.

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How to Make Stepping Stones - with a Cake Pan

How to Make Stepping Stones with a Cake Pan.... Could put letters in as well ;)

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the bench

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Faeries In My Garden [http://theknittedgarden.blogspot.com/2011/08/faeries-in-my-garden.html] #fairy #faeries #garden

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Grapevine Arbor Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel, and Decor

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Make A Teepee...In Your Garden!

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Bring Character to Your Backyard: 5 Weekend Projects

Create a Pebble Mosaic DIY

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How To Create a Recycled Concrete Patio or Path - Weeklyish Articles Of Interest - Greenposting

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Recycled Concrete walk ways..... - Hippie Geek Farm Art

Recycled Concrete walk ways.....

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Using Urbanite for hardscaping (Part 2: Patio) | Kevin's Edible Yard. I'm thinking about doing something like this too.

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Reclaimed concrete walkway. Recycle the temple!

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recycled concrete: install a patio

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The newspaper will prevent any grass and weed seeds from germinating, but unlike fabric, it will decompose after about 18 months. By that time, any grass and weed seeds that were present in the soil on planting will be dead. It’s green, it’s cheaper than fabric, and when you decide to remove or redesign the bed later on, you will not have the headache you would with fabric.

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Living Willow

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amazing treehouse, step by step

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Decomposed Granite Paving Fiore Design North Hollywood, CA

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Reflexology Path - asian - landscape - portland - EMERALD STONE MASONRY INC.

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The Foot Reflexology Walking Paths can be seen around the world bringing communities together and creating greater health and improving balance. They can be found throughout Asia, India, and even Washington in the USA.

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Decomposed Granite Patios

DG Patios–Decomposed Granite

Decomposed Granite Patios

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Decomposed Granite Patios

Closeup of local fines and 3 Rivers Paver inserted for effect

DG Patios–Decomposed Granite

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Camissonias Corner: Ceanothus Extravaganza

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Camissonias Corner: Ceanothus Extravaganza

Ceanothus Extravaganza

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