Sidewalk Flowerbeds: Planning the details of a landscaping project is the first step you should take before beginning. If you have been considering adding a flowerbed along a sidewalk, here are key steps to know before getting started. Also, be sure to read the label of any weed and grass killer before using it, and use plants that will do well in your climate.

Sidewalk Flowerbeds: Planning the details of a landscaping project is the first step you should take before beginning. If you have been considering adding a flowerbed along a sidewalk, here are key steps to know before getting started. Also, be sure to read the label of any weed and grass killer before using it, and use plants that will do well in your climate.

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Lifestyles Of The Stay-at-Home Mom: House Reveal Part 1: Curb Appeal lifestylesofthestayathomemom.com

Lifestyles Of The Stay-at-Home Mom: House Reveal Part 1: Curb Appeal lifestylesofthestayathomemom.com

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With the hose, wash the edging with a gentle spray, dampening the sand between the bricks without dislodging it. As the sand absorbs water, it will set, acting like grout to lock the bricks in place for years to come.

With the hose, wash the edging with a gentle spray, dampening the sand between the bricks without dislodging it. As the sand absorbs water, it will set, acting like grout to lock the bricks in place for years to come.

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Stone edging around trees. **Just had this & the sidewalk edging done, I can't believe how different it makes the house look!**

Stone edging around trees. **Just had this & the sidewalk edging done, I can't believe how different it makes the house look!**

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Concrete Walkway Transformed With Beautiful Cobble-Stone Pavers put lights inside the wood things

Concrete Walkway Transformed With Beautiful Cobble-Stone Pavers put lights inside the wood things

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Front Sidewalk To Mailbox Photo:  This Photo was uploaded by tdcaruso. Find other Front Sidewalk To Mailbox pictures and photos or upload your own with P...

Front Sidewalk To Mailbox Photo: This Photo was uploaded by tdcaruso. Find other Front Sidewalk To Mailbox pictures and photos or upload your own with P...

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Build strong, crack-free concrete sidewalks and slabs with these 10 pro tips. Tips include forming edges, leveling, smoothing, curing and other vital steps in creating a first-rate concrete pour. Also, the 10 most common mistakes.  By the DIY experts of The Family Handyman Magazine: September 2008        Tip 1: Overbuild your forms      Tip 2: Form curves with hardboard      Tip 3: Keep stakes below the form tops      Tip 4: Put down a solid base      Tip 5: Plunge out the bubbles      Tip…

Build strong, crack-free concrete sidewalks and slabs with these 10 pro tips. Tips include forming edges, leveling, smoothing, curing and other vital steps in creating a first-rate concrete pour. Also, the 10 most common mistakes. By the DIY experts of The Family Handyman Magazine: September 2008 Tip 1: Overbuild your forms Tip 2: Form curves with hardboard Tip 3: Keep stakes below the form tops Tip 4: Put down a solid base Tip 5: Plunge out the bubbles Tip…

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Pallet wood cut in short pieces make a great flower bed border.
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~FYI some landscapers will not do this because it's difficult to get a drip system installed and Calif drought regulations do not include overspray irrigation even when plants are drought tolerant.~  Ken - New front sidewalk edging - I decided to push back the mound about two feet from the sidewalk and add more cobble as an edging.  -Matt Jalbert said it the best: "Fantastic work, Ken! Plantings like these make a lot of sense in dry California, and they are infinitely more beautiful than sod…

~FYI some landscapers will not do this because it's difficult to get a drip system installed and Calif drought regulations do not include overspray irrigation even when plants are drought tolerant.~ Ken - New front sidewalk edging - I decided to push back the mound about two feet from the sidewalk and add more cobble as an edging. -Matt Jalbert said it the best: "Fantastic work, Ken! Plantings like these make a lot of sense in dry California, and they are infinitely more beautiful than sod…

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