What to Put on the Ground in a Dog Run | Pea Gravel or crushed granite | Note: when I personally think about pea gravel I actually mean larger smoothed gravel, not the pea gravel you can buy at hardware stores. That stuff is a bit too small for large dogs and easily gets stuck between pads and some of the stone shards can be quite sharp.
(native gardening) Gorgeous mix of Mediterranean and California native plants in this low-water landscape designed by Arleen Ferrara of Satori Garden Design. Looks like a watercolor painting! I’d buy a print of this for my home. . . @ its-a-green-life
How Would You Like A Driveway That Twinkled Like Fairy Lights Every Night? http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/h38u It is possible by using "glowstones" in your concrete mix, but it is not cheap. The upside of the extra expense I guess is that you wouldn't need any outdoor lighting as the stones hold light for around 12 hours.
100% Weed Control with this Fabric Weed Mat. Chemical-free weed control allows air, water and nutrients to pass through. Holds up to sharp or abrasive rocks. Can be used behind retaining walls, too. Just cut with scissors to fit. Roc-Kloth is a super-tough, 3-1/2 oz. polypropylene fabric, specially designed for use beneath crushed stone, gravel and paving stones. It suppresses weed growth while allowing air, water and nutrients to pass through.