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  • Laura Hosey

    Wonderful Garden Idea

  • Beth Ryan

    Curb Appeal n a Day: Renew planter beds Get garden beds into shape by pruning growth, pulling weeds, planting flowers, and adding new mulch to restore color that was taken away by sunlight and harsh weather. If stone or brick borders your bed, consider cleaning and resetting any pieces that are soiled or dislodged. If your border is old or tired-looking, try upgrading to stone.

  • Heather C

    Add curb appeal by freshening your garden border.

  • Nunya Beeswax

    Front yard flower bed makeover 2014

  • FrankandAndrea Walters

    I want this rock border for the front flower beds

  • Marissa Skreenock

    Stone garden border / Front yard

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We'll be doing something similar to this in our backyard beds that aren't included in my flower garden to keep the weeds out and prevent the yard guys from ruining my beds!

Vary textures in a garden by incorporating rocks and other natural elements. More tips for garden design:

Garden Border. No directions, but a cute idea. Looks easy to do. Bricks in design with artful varied centers that could repeat. Fun!

Viva la organización!

Дача. Дача? Дача! - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

Landscape Edging -- Rock: Mix and match rock shapes and colors for a natural edge. Large multicolor rocks complement this landscape's informal style. Positioned in a winding pattern, the round boulders allow sweet alyssum to creep over and between the rocks, creating a lacy, scalloped look.

So simple, so pretty..Christmas in Zoar 2012 by Chiot's Run, via Flickr

looks like a Princeton Gold Maple tree among that fabulous perennial bed.

The Long Peony Border at Penshurst Place by antonychammond, via Flickr

Flower bed border ideas - alyssum, begonia and ornamental grass - great color combination

Like the bulbs tucked behind the flowers.