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Green Dreams

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SOCKER kruka med hållare i mörkgrå lackat stål, rymmer både sallad, pelargon, slätbladig persilja, brudslöja, oregano och dragon.

Trädgårdsskolan del 2 | Redaktionen | inspiration från IKEA

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Med KUNGSHOLMEN kan du bygga din egen loungegrupp för lata sommarkvällar. Den blir precis så stor eller liten som du vill ha den. Sektionerna är gjorda i konstrotting och aluminium och är helt underhållsfria.

A nice looking lean-to tool shed. I like the stain they used on the wood and the wide barn style doors.

Tool Shed Updates

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texas landscape plants | Hill Country style home and an all Native Texas landscape. Plants ...

Texas Land Design

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Using PVC frames and shade cloth/chicken wire to protect plants from sun/birds -for my strawberries--

Gardens that Heal: Two Botanical Gardens Reach Out To Their Communities | Humble Seed Blog :: Seed That Feeds

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Vege Patch and espalier around the window. Love so much. I wonder how old it is.

Deer Proof Garden Blog

No link for directions, just picture. Love the concept. We have lots of critters that get into the garden.

First A Dream: The Garden

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building a shed on a big slope - The Garage Journal Board

building a shed on a big slope - The Garage Journal Board

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hillside vegetable garden | Raised bed garden. - Page 2 - Public House - Brews Brothers

Brews-Bros.com Homebrew Club and Forum

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Want to take advantage of a sloped yard to grow your own veggies? Dont have help? check out this easy How-To build raised beds on a slope!

DIY terrace garden bed. While it’s possible to plant on slopes without using raised beds, water run-off means the soil and plants dry out quickly. Terrace garden beds are the perfect solution and it means flowers and vegetables can be grown in a space that might otherwise be wasted.

DIY terrace garden bed — Flaming Petal Blog

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Low Maintenance Front Yard Landscaping | Front Yard Front Yard Makeover Transformation | South Surrey BC - interiors-designe... #garden #gardenideas #landscapeideas

Home Garden - How To Make A Garden!

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Love the potted trees/shrubs on the deck and the outdoor rug under the table

Southern In My Heart: "Let's start at the very beginning

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This new deck, accessed from the dining room, was built with fir planks, keeping the footprint from a decrepit previous structure. | Photo: Michael J. Lee | thisoldhouse.com

Vintage Cottage, Timeless Appeal

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Under-Deck Roof

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The round chairs tuck beneath the table, disappearing into the oval shape of the synthetic-wicker dining set: www.bhg.com/...

12 Ways to Outfit a Small Deck

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Contrasting hostas

Golf course garden has a party

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Hakone Grass

Nothing brightens up a lightly shaded border like golden hakone grass. Here, from bottom right it is interplanted with bright blue forget-me-nots and the silvery leaves of lamb’s ears. Beyond the second clump of hakone grass is purple ‘Nimbus’ geranium.

Full shade - less than 3 hours of sunlight per day. Filtered or indirect sunlight does not count. Plants that work well in full shade include astilbe, coleus, ferns, heuchera, hosta and impatiens.

Planning Your New Shade Garden | Garden Club

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*Astilbes are companions of ferns and impatiens--they're some of the few flowers that make big color in full or partial shade. Great companion plants are other partial shade plants such as hostas and Japanese Irises. Astible chinensis tolerates dryness better that other astiable--add lots of LeafGro. See behnkes.com/...

Knockout Roses with Boxwood Hedge

Garden Plans for Shady Spots - Woodland Garden. A handful of hostas, impatiens, and red-twig dogwood combine to create a natural-feeling planting with four-season interest. Garden size: 6 by 12 feet.

Garden Plans for Shady Spots

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evergreen foundation planting

Nest « Strange Tango

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