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Smart Side-Yard Solutions

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Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. Awesome for front yard

plant lemon grass in big pots for the patio... it repeals mosquitos and it grows tall & thick providing a lot of privacy

Drink and snack storage for back yard parties. *Or for balls, frisbees, dog toys, etc.*

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How to Make Rock Mulch Look Amazing

Great Ideas for using rock mulch in your landscape, planting areas and garden. Tips, design ideas and tutorials for your yard.

Yard Cozies, place in the yard or potted plant to hold your beer or soda, upcycled, fun outdoor on Etsy, $10.00

Beautiful - one way to make anything look more like it grew out of your garden is to cover it with moss. Mix a handful of moss from your yard with a cup of buttermilk in your blender. Put in a spray bottle and spray on whatever. It should grow moss.

Lovely rock garden! ~~ great idea for that little patch of yard at the sidewalk that never gets enough water and is always buffeted around by traffic...

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Trellis Design Ideas: Wall-Mount Trellises

A narrow yard gains depth and interest with trellises, pergola, pavers and lush garden all set on an angle.

Redhead Can Decoratefrom Redhead Can Decorate

Stump Table

Dead Tree Stump From Our Yard Becomes End Table by redheadcandecorate.com

Learn how to classify the type of soil in your yard, what soil amendments to use, proper soil maintenance and gardening tips.

Fill container with vinegar, sugar and salt to trap wasps... I'll be placing these around the yard this year!

How to Grow Grass Fast – The Trick to Growing Grass & Porch Update If you are a homeowner or ever will

Dry riverbed of beach glass and stones in the garden of architect Buzz Yudell at Sea Ranch (Sonoma County, California) with native grasses and moss. Photo by Timothy Hursley.