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Rock walls are perfect for cascading flowering plants!

Rock walls are perfect for cascading flowering plants!

Back porch shed area

We built this tiered retaining wall to add depth and plants.great option instead of building 1 wall 4 high - Flower Beds and Gardens

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[Corn poppies (Papaver rhoeas) and bachelor buttons/cornflowers (Centaurea cyanus)]country fence and wildflowers. Wow I wonder where those wildflowers grow !

what to do with old tree stumps

Tree Stump Flower Pot: love this! Wonder if I could plant in the stump in the back yard?

Courtyard in the backyard I love the use of mixed bricks, so it would be very cost effective, by freecycling, and craiglist.

Patchwork Quilt Patio - Porch and Patio Design Inspiration - Southern Living: This patio was created from recycled materials. Just as a quilter sews together fabric pieces, these homeowners married stone, brick, and cobble to create a charming space.

Cardamom plants with flowering shoots    Photo: Ben-Erik van Wyk

Cardamom plants with flowering shoots Photo: Ben-Erik van Wyk

Red Columbine Flower Aquilegia

Red columbine (Aquilegia canadensis): Another shade-loving native.

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If one big wall won't do, several low walls with level terraces between may be the right solution. Consider paving a level to create a patio and a comfy seating area. An inviting midslope patio is a great place to sit and survey the rest of your garden.

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