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Ground cover grows in between the stones

flowering ground cover, gardening, landscaping, flowers LOVE the idea of planting low-growing, flowering ground cover between flagstone pavers

Portland Oregon Garden Tour | Darcy Daniels' garden. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Darcy Daniels garden, Portland, Oregon Note: plant combination provides texture in shade

shade garden with purples

Gorgeous purple and green - Toddington Manor Garden, Bedfordshire Could I fit a sliver of this on our treed side yard?

Rincon florido

Lovely front porch bench with flowers.not much room to sit but it's beautiful.

Découvrez les allées de jardin en galets

Découvrez les allées de jardin en galets

Natural stone pebbles are a fantastic material for yard landscaping and designing beautiful garden with unique and fabulous paths created with beach pebbles. River or beach pebbles are great for […]

Aménagement jardin moderne – 55 designs ultra inspirants                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Aménagement jardin moderne – 55 designs ultra inspirants

Ferns & Astilbe are a perfect mix for the shade garden, creating a soft and colorful display. While ferns are initially expensive, they are a hardy perennial and multiply rapidly. They are easily separated to be transplanted in new beds or given to friends. They stay green all summer and die back to a stub in winter for easy fall or spring cleanup.

I don't usually like astilbe but this is pretty. Purple astilbe shade perennial flowers Combination of fern and Astilbe leaf textures, with the soft purple flowers for contrast.

Creeping Thyme (thymus) in pathway stone pavers in drought tolerant California xeriscape garden with oak trees by ollie

💖 LOVE this flagstone garden path with Creeping Thyme between the stepping stones! Creeping Thyme (thymus) in pathway stone pavers in drought tolerant California xeriscape garden with oak trees

the romantic garden

Step into the unknown. Its what makes it beautiful…exactly what I want in part of my backyard…also with a hidden spot to read 🙂 Step into the unknown.

Tiny home upgrades are the best—- they may seem small enough to ignore, but when they are done you are so glad you did them!!! Here are 10 small ones to inspire your own list of life-changing home...

Path of interplanted pavers lined with stone. This is a cool idea for the back walkway when I get around to redoing it.

Flag stone and gravel would work very well! I'm liking this a lot. Simplify, simplify, simplify.

Side yard among the trees, where Ivy currently grows. Like the natural look, meandering pathway, as long as Green sanctuary. And no mowing! Alternative to turf

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