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    We both like the pathway here. Brian likes the size of the stones and the amount of ground cover between each. Kaleigh likes the shape of the stones and that the path isn't too straight.

    via Posy Gets Cosy- this would look so great in my sister's front yard!

    I should do this to my raised gardens...wait do you weed, weed gardens? Haha next year!



    A sitting area inside the border of the flower bed

    Instructions for creating moss on pots : Ingredients: 1 Part Moss 1 Part Sugar 2 Parts Beer (or yogurt or buttermilk) Mix them in blender until it gets a creamy consistency. Coat the stones and pot surfaces with the mixture. Mist the surfaces every now and again to insure that they are moist. Moss grows best in the shade so try and move any treated objects as required until moss begins to grow.

    Japanese Wisteria

    Fall planting guide

    Make Your Garden Lush!

    Milkweed Information Sheet (PDF)

    Relief for Weary Monarch Butterflies - Monarch butterfly populations are in danger, but there are a few simple steps you can take to help them thrive. Plus, your yard or garden will be graced with these beautiful butterflies year after year. by Barbara Pleasant | Mother Earth News


    Smart Side-Yard Solutions for Your Landscape

    Portland Oregon Garden Tour | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Shade ideas.

    Ready For Tea - in a woodland garden by vintage 1953 & wackymoomin on Flickr

    ♥Nice & peaceful....

    Build a Brick Pathway in the Garden: The Family Handyman

    Stone and gravel are used in combination for a rustic path in this garden.

    I love the look of this garden

    Love this window son is going to make me some new window boxes and I'm going to plant some potato vines in them along with some impatiens. Can't wait!!! :)

    Grow Your Own Raising your own fresh vegetables and herbs is easy. All you need is a sunny backyard to create a food garden that's as attra...


    Cottage garden