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  • Ashton

    Spiral garden of rocks and plants. Gorgeous

  • Penny Hopkins

    Herb garden idea - needs refining but could have two with a stone bench in between

  • Kelly Tooker

    herb garden - reuse of stone from backyard

  • Deirdre Jones

    Stone as a raised bed for herb gardening. Helps reduce weeds and bugs cuz they don't like the scratchiness of the rocks.

  • Whispers in Motion

    Herb Spiral!!! The perfect solution for an herb garden! I can think of a few other plants too!

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