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Layered gardens.

Privacy espaliered trees

Cottage garden

AnotherDayInMyGarden: Cottage garden

List of 13 of the BEST herbs to grown in containers, with planting information for each! #herbgarden

Best Herbs for Container Gardens

Growing Your Own Vegetables, A Chart To Help. : Knowing what to do and when to plant is critical. This handy chart gives you the guidelines to planting your own vegetables.

Growing Your Own Vegetables, A Chart To Help.

Many amazing stained and engraved concrete porches and patios. This would really change things up!!

Southern Concrete Designs LLC - Photo Gallery 2

A rock maintenance strip around the house ... catches splashes, keeps walls clean and minimizes pests. Put your foundation plantings in front of the strip.

concrete « mod remod

covered patio space

Traditional Patio Covered Patio Design

Backyard patio idea

Backyard patio idea

Note the circular an entry to the rest of the yard..rather than a confinement to the patio

fenced garden with gate

Decorative drain pipe splash guard

Decorative Landscape Design

7 Things to make your front landscaping pop

7 Tips For Making Your Front Yard Landscaping Pop

wheelbarrow planter

Containers I Adore

Paver patio under deck and side patio with stone veneer firepit and sitting wall

Thin Stacked Stone Veneer installation in Sarasota, Florida

Landscape patio idea

Landscape idea

Landscape design idea

Bird bath planter

Making a Raised Garden Bed

A Home for Your Veggies: Make a Raised Garden Bed

Raised beds are a great way to separate your garden from your lawn. To make mowing around them easier, follow these steps from HGTV Gardens to build an edge using spare brick.

Raised-bed vegetable garden - easier on the back

Adding pavers around a standard concrete walkway can give your entrance a little panache.

This project may take a day or two to complete but would save you endless hours in the coming years of not having to use an weed eater (edger) between your lawn and the flower bed.