Front garden – using variegated hosta and boxwood. No need for flowers… the foliage creates more than enough interest. Front garden – using variegated hosta and boxwood.
Side yard: narrow herringbone brick path, raised planter beds pulled a little away from the house
Pergolas - in all sizes, shapes & colors. The dark color of this pergola emphasizes its linear structure . and contrasts nicely with the round white concrete-topped stone water garden.
Learn how to make your own DIY wildflower seed bombs! It& a fun and messy project, and a great way to garden with your kids; this step by step tutorial shows you how!
a milk jug into a watering can for the Simple ad effective!
Dan's Garden Tips: Edging Options for Your Beds natural but neat