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Succulents. 'Chicks & Hens' so pleased with how easy this was to grow this summer. Will be planting many more next year. Hardy & simple, cannot go wrong.

Great fountain, Laurent Perrier Garden ---love the way the edge is always neat and not splashed because of the vanishing edge.

Raised beds, collecting rainwater as well. - perhaps tiered beds can have a French drain at the end that catches excess water run off from the rain. It would be a larger area to collect rain water and would only be extra If the other plants were all watered.

Love vessels in the garden. However around here lizards get trapped in them and die, so lay them on their sides or put a grate inside the opening so they can climb back out.

Dream Water Gardens...Down on the Farm Galvanized stock tanks, which typically hold water for livestock, are perfect for an easy-to-build water feature. Ornamental windmills spin in the breeze, complementing the farm feel of the tanks.

I love the idea of a stream that disappears without a pond.

Hosta border with metal urn with astelia and peony

Love this linear water garden/reflecting pool. What a cool use of a narrow space.AND the Hostas,!

And in another courtyard formed by two wings of the house, a trough-style, negative-edge water feature adds contemporary style.

planter urn made from 2 plastic bowls from the dollar store. looks ugly with this plant, but it might look cuter with a healthy plant and a different color

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