crazy garden ideas

Go ahead, get a little crazy! Sometimes that the only thing that can get you out of your funk. Let's get crazy in the garden together!!!
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Drought Tolerant Garden

Modern Drought Tolerant Garden // Great Gardens & Ideas // LOOOVE the color and drought tolerant is perfect for Austin yards!

Cool idea for night garden! Glow-in-the-dark  rocks

I tried adding glow-in-the-dark features to my river rock bed. FYI - might have to paint the rocks white then with the glow-in-the-dark paint

Cavendishia grandifolia

Peach Cavendishia grandifolia flower buds Roses adore the simplicity and sweetness in this peaches and pink floral.

Slate Alliums By Joe Smith

Slate Alliums By Joe Smith - wonder if you could make these using outdoor modge podge and twine, wrapped around a globe light bulb, then painted.

Dustin Gimbel's hypertufa totem towers

hypertufa totem towers-think about how to adapt it to be a fountain.

Hutton-in-the-Forest Garden Gate

Hutton-in-the-Forest garden gate by chapelhall This is magical. I love the way the tree is growing up to make an arch and the wrought iron has adds a touch of fairytale whimsy.

Bring Your Houseplants Inside but Leave the Bugs Outside

Bring Your Houseplants Inside but Leave the Bugs Outside

cleaning tips garden plants inside bug free, cleaning tips, container gardening, gardening -- How to get rid of bugs before bringing plants inside for the winter

11 Garden Walls That Wow!

WATER FEATURE: Colorful Wall Helps to Highlight Garden Sculptures Brightly painted wall helps to accentuate the large concrete sculptures that are part of this garden design.

Snowdrops (Galanthus). Can you imagine paying 2,500 for one bulb? Is the snowdrop craze the world's next speculative bubble? Photo: Graham Rice/

$2,500 for a bulb: is the snowdrop craze the world's next speculative bubble?

Snowdrops studio (Galanthus), cut flower variety mixture in winter spring bulb bloom, ready for pressing pressed flower arrangement. Varieties include (from top left clockwise, exteriors): Viridapice,