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Pallet path - I need this from our garden to the compost pile (which by the way, is made with pallets!)

from the book Greater Perfection: The Story of the Gardens at Les Quatre Vents, by Francis H. Cabot.

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I would love a bicycle like this! I could put the fur-babies in the basket, pack a thermos of coffee and take off! Yippie~skippie!

Viva la organización!

A stone dollhouse....in my beautiful yard....around my cottage...on the coast of Ireland!

Today I stood inside my steps and felt the beauty of the world in one short sigh and breath. - Linda Poindexter

John Milner Architects revival of an early 19th century stone farmhouse in Pennsylvania.

Substituting gravel for flagstone makes this tiny space seem larger. A layer no deeper than 1 inch works best for comfortable walking.

Plant a Knot Garden Herbs and tidy hedges such as boxwood are most commonly found in geometric knot gardens. Try adding extra interest with grasses. Here, a golden sedge is a stunning contrast to dark green boxwood. Test Garden Tip: Tight, mounding grasses work best in knot gardens. Avoid grasses that are too loose and open; they can make the knot garden feel messy because of their loose habit.

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