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    Flower Bed Ideas

    Daylilies and hostas! two hard to kill or in other words, easy to grow plants that make this bed look marvelous! And both plants multiply, too!

    It allows the lawn mower to cut right up to the edge! Back yard idea

    Flagstone Pathway for Flowerbed Edging

    how to get the perfect garden edge

    Landscape mounds, also known as berms, improve drainage in soil and raise plants to provide greater privacy in flat garden spaces. A berm is suitable for a rock garden or drought-tolerant plant bed, and it gives plants that well-drained soil to grow in. To look natural in your landscaping, the mound should be four to six times wider than its height and slope gradually to soil grade.

    I love these raised beds.

    Gorgeous white and green flower bed

    For the side of the house flower bed

    Natural rock for flower bed border

    "How To Design a Perennial Flower Bed" Great tips!

    colorful flowers

    raised bed - perfect with dogs

    Front yard

    creating a flowerbed: low things in front, focal point, something tall. This would be cute around a couple trees in the front yard if they are good for shade.

    Maybe do something like this in front of house after removing old shrubs

    Red knock out roses. Blue violet salvia Verbena and hostas. Accented w white fence.

    Front yard