Travertine pavers from Travertine Mart
How To Build A Home Entrance Pathway With Inexpensive Brick Pavers - DIY!
A wonderful example of a shady walkway along the side of the house from the front yard to the back. Beautiful wide- leafed, shade-loving plants that have a very neat growing pattern. Think hosta...never takes over the garden, always beautifully round.
white garden with daisies in an urn
The first floor
Landscape architecture - tropical Garden, bamboo- love this look. could be a possibility
Australian Designer Julian Ronchi. Toorak, VIC. Berken zijn super!
path - don't have to mow individual steps to keep looking nice
I need a stream in my backyard.
garden stone path with steps
Great use of leftover old bricks - just stack them up, lay piece of wood on top, then lay a saucer on top.
A rustic gate of cedar and willow is a fitting welcome to a cozy cottage garden filled with a riot of intertwining perennials. The matching fence discourages deer, while the arbour and its cascade of wisteria complete the tableau.
How to easily add privacy to a yard, deck or patio - great for urban dwellers or folks that live in older, squishy (houses close together) neighborhoods.
Nicely finished cattle panel fencing for dog area
* Terramia *: Garden Grid
This is what I want in the front yard
Elegant Deer Fencing Encloses a Vegetable Plot, Gardenista
How to Install an Outdoor Faucet. Stop lugging around that hose. Make watering your lawn or garden easier with a remote outside faucet. Instead of dragging long lengths of hose, run a permanent underground pipe with a blowout valve to a convenient spot. By the DIY experts of The Family Handyman Magazine