Gorgeous garden path, pavers, walkway, home entry, shrubs
Gutter Drainage Path.......this is so much more attractive than our corrugated tubing.
Easy garden path to DIY, interplant with creeping herb varieties for a scented pathway stroll.
Love this garden path...
Images of mailbox landscaping. (I'm thinking the mailbox planting ideas can be transferred as ideas for yard light posts...)
River Rock garden walk offers a rustic path that reminds one of a stream. What if the stones were made in different colors. For more examples of River Rock, visit www.TheMoldStore.us
This once formal garden has been turned into a cottage garden by tucking flowers between the sculpted shrubs...
Cymbalaria aequitrilobia Mini Kenilworth Ivy
Arenaria balearica Corsican Sandwort
Dry creek bed
DIY Dry Creek Beds • Wonderful Ideas and Tutorials! Including, from 'fine gardening', a nice tutorial on making a dry stream bed. This would be perfect down our side yard.
Rain garden with plants that thrive in both wet and dry conditions (from Washingtonian)
20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips And Ideas...May be good to do this where the spring spills over...guide away from driveway.
6 Steps to Make a Rain Garden: Rain gardens filter runoff and protect groundwater, especially after big rains. They also add unexpected beauty to low spots that tend to collect water and draw wildlife. Here's how to make a rain garden in your own landscape.
Zone 7 Vegetable planting calendar describing approximate dates to start vegetable plants indoors and outdoors relative to specific USDA Plant Hardiness Zones.
Lovely rock garden! ~~ great idea for that little patch of yard at the sidewalk that never gets enough water and is always buffeted around by traffic...
Not all insects are pests. Attract these "good" bugs to your garden.
Ferns, black mondo grass, and the hakonecloa (Japanese forest grass) make great plantings at the base of rainchains - they'll thrive with the added moisture! And the river stones will help prevent muddy splashes - as well as (w/ some grade management) disburse any rainwater that might pool there... All this while enhancing the near-by patio! What a well-planned design!
Combination of fern and Astilbe leaf textures, with the soft purple flowers for contrast.
path with groundcover on one side and ornamental grass and astilbe on the other
I remember when this was first published in Fine Gardening magazine, and it has inspired me ever since.