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. Gardens Ideas, Gardens Beds, White Flower, Rocks Border, Front Yards, Flower Gardens, Flower Beds, Gardens Edging, Rocks Edging
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Regardless of the plant material, I love the plantings on both sides of this pathway to ground it. Looks like it has always been there.
Mix in Edibles-Take advantage of the beauty of edible plants and incorporate them in the landscape. Here, bright green and red lettuces form an intriguing border planting and eliminate the need for a separate vegetable garden
Another pinner wrote, "Add Curves Curving lines please the eye more than straight lines. They also help an area, such as a narrow side yard, feel larger. Click here for more tips to make your landscape seem more spacious"
Flagstone Edging Define the space between bed and lawn by stacking rocks. Flagstone and bluestone feature wide, flat faces and lend a romantic English country feeling to a garden. Irregular in shape and thickness, flagstones are durable and stack securely in this garden.