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Before & After porch columns. I love how the stone not only updates but with the white covered pillars, gives a relaxed look rather than a shack look. (You don't even really notice the dumpster dive rocking chair in the after pic.)

Decorative Column Wraps | Exterior Home Design Pictures

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Probably just a little too 'American Hotel' style, but still nice. Outdoor Furniture.

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Plant sweet autumn clematis for a fast-climbing vine that also blooms with tiny white flowers. #gardens

5 Fast-Climbing Vines

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It might be best known as a key beer ingredient, but the hop vine brings good taste to a #garden, too. #landscaping

5 Fast-Climbing Vines

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How to trim and prune English Ivy that grows on my brick walls. How to keep them from taking over the house.

Trimming English Ivy

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Similar to our outdoor fireplace space (open on 3 sides)

Howard Design Studio

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A courtyard is an area encircled on every side by walls or structures. The first known courtyard houses were built-in Iran and China some 5,000 years back.

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Beautiful Garden Design Ideas

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Low-Cost Charm: Creeping Fig. This entire wall/steps area only cost $5.00 to landscape!

Low-Cost Charm: Creeping Fig

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How to Grow Vines on a Concrete Block Wall | eHow

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Don't just put up a fence and leave it at that. Grow something over the structure to add color and dimension. Here, English ivy trained in a diamond espalier pattern turns a plain screen into a piece of living art.

Small-Space Landscaping Ideas

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Inspired by the traditional courtyards of Europe, this look is elegant and tailored and possesses old-world charm and romantic details. Think formal clipped hedges, ornate fountains, wrought-iron garden benches and stone pathways.

Outdoor living: How to create an outdoor room

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I zoomed in on this picture - this looks like wire, run through eye hooks at the junctions, with already mature vines growing up the wires.

Maybe a simpler version of this look for the chandelier decoration.

The picture didn't do justice it's called moss graffiti check it out AMAZING I might want to try this out when we build our house lol

Moss Graffiti May Be The New Trend

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Hedge, the hanging rough texture of the upper branches soften the edge

Hedge pruning made easy • Gardening Knowledge • 99Roots.com

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Moss graffiti - mix yogurt, water and live moss in a blender, then paint onto a wall. Moss will grow in the shape of whatever you painted. Just remember to spritz it with water every once in a while to keep it alive.

How to Make Moss Graffiti

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13 Attractive Ways To Add Privacy To Your Yard & Deck (With lots of pictures and resources)

Check out this Ultimate Guide To Living Green Walls from Ambius Really Green Really Cool

Building a Living Fence. I want to do this so bad. I have yet to have good luck with my berry plants out here, but no problem growing siberian elms. So I wonder if those will make a great fence too.

Building a Living Fence - ruggedthug

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Inspired by the traditional courtyards of Europe, this look is elegant and tailored and possesses old-world charm and romantic details. Think formal clipped hedges, ornate fountains, wrought-iron garden benches and stone pathways.

Outdoor living: How to create an outdoor room

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Garden plant wall - Details on how to get this lush look. Perfect backdrop for a small garden such as a walled condo yard.

How to plant a lush living wall

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Boxwoods - Potted boxwoods offer formal elegance with little maintenance. This large American variety creates a living wall in a line of concrete planters.

Evergreens and Annuals

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