rope lighting around the garden

Solar rope lights. Love ours, they work great. We wove them in & out of our chain link fence.

paint glow in the dark on plant potters for around the edge of the garden or patio

Brighten gardens and walkways using rope light as pathway lights! Great along stone walkways and a perfect #DIY idea for backyard lighting and weddings, too!

Watering can fountain - I love this!

30 Cool String Lights DIY Ideas, http://hative.com/cool-string-lights-diy-ideas/,

Mosquito grass (a.k.a. Lemon Grass) repels mosquitoes | the strong citrus odor drives mosquitoes away. A very functional patio plant.

How To Use Rope Lighting For Cool Looking Garden Lighting Effects I have used solar rope lights..... no need to use low voltage

If you have a big old beautiful tree in your yard, build your own custom tree bench around it!

Lighting. I'd love to see the garden from inside and see plants lit up -ok so this pic doesn't show this at all but I like stone too

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How To Create A Spilled Flower Pot by interiorholic #Gardening #Spilled_Flower_Pot

Glowing Orbs : Just stick the glass shades anywhere you want and stuff them full of mini lights. Attach an extension cord if you need to and hide it under your garden dirt or mulch. Put a timer so they come on every night at dusk.

This is the first edging I have ever seen that I like. It allows the lawn mower to cut right up to the edge! @ its-a-green-life

planting bed surrounded by gravel

Garden Path From Pallets. I'm thinking I could do this in brick instead of pallets.

A colander for your Tubtrug. What a great idea! Rinse vegetables right in the garden. (Tubtrug sold separately.)

These would be great as a garden border too, lay the 'hole' side down so the mosaic shows out then fill holes with dirt & flowers!

colored glass Instead of gravel in the garden or patio...you can get these @ the dollar store. garden path with pallet boards and rope lighting

Sprinkler fun for kids! All you need is PVC, a drill, and a hose!