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  • Ellis Carter

    adorable little backyard #garden design #garden designs #modern garden design #garden decorating before and after| http://stuffedanimalslibby.blogspot.com

  • Sarah Magill Lowles

    Small backyard garden

  • Gretchen Pettis

    Cool stone wall. More patio ideas: http://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/patio/designs/patio-ideas/?socsrc=bhgpin081713shade=2

  • Amanda Holmes

    Spiraling Stone Wall to an 18" water feature or possibly a fire pit?

  • Amber Compagno

    Yes! We could build a stone wall out of the same stones we used for the firepit. The wall could double as seating!

  • Sandee Wagner

    Charming little garden, love the stonework. Might be nice to do that swirl with a firepit.

  • DeeDee Polishak

    Lovely shaded backyard garden, wonderful outdoor space created with the rock stacked wall.

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