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MY Garden ❀f Eden


MY Garden ❀f Eden

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How to Make Concrete Steps for Under 30$!

To create a beautiful landscape, plant shrubs first, and fill in between them with perennials and grasses. Plants that require good drainage are squeezed between large boulders.

recycled concrete chunks concrete chunks stained with iron sulfate - this is worth looking into for patio and walkways. it LOOKS like flagstones, but is really ripped out concrete, FREE material. Used for building raised beds as well.

Stone path to woodland area shade garden

DIY: Make your own flower ball - line 2 empty metal hanging baskets with moss, fill with soil, wire baskets together to make a ball & attach ball to a pedestal. Cut slits in the moss and insert seedlings.

Water in the cup..seeds on the saucer.

love this idea - brick edges around the raised garden beds allow easy mowing around the boxes

Types of Garden Fences : HGTV Gardens

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Glass globe towers made with old light fixtures.

DIY Window Planter Box

Veggie Garden +Cutting Garden

.Peaceful green space

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Instead of stepping stones.

Matty Chuah red stitch Henschel add some chartreuse green to your planters to punch up the purple petunias.

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Hillside Landscaping Ideas

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Hopscotch garden path... cute idea for the kids.

Lay down a thick layer of CARDBOARD in your raised garden beds to kill the grass. It is perfectly safe to use and will fully decompose, but not before killing any grass below it. They’ll also provide compost and food for worms.

Landscape Design

Hydrangea path

Urban Gardening : Use the frame from an inexpensive paper lantern.

Gravity Defying Land Art by Cornelia Konrads

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Pinner says . . . Work a bag of dry concrete mix into the soil where stone is to sit, lay stone, water it all in so it sets just like Jello only harder!

The dry streambed of river rocks that seems to flow from one lawn-pond to the other in the upper, contemplative area of this small suburban backyard east of Seattle.

garden swing