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23 small yard design solutions

Zero Maintenance Garden Design - for the front walkway garden space.

Zero Maintenance Garden Design

Patio covering

A twig fence would be perfect for keeping the water fowl out. Stupid birds.

Love and Lilies Blog: The garden thus far

Fence idea: woven withe uprights over three lumber cross-beams with periodic posts for stability; great if you have access to that many similar-sized branches (contact an arborist?)

Before big garden centers and mega-stores, gardeners made fences and plant supports out of what was at hand: bent wood. Flexible willow, hazel, and other pliable twigs can be fashioned into a staggering array of all-natural garden accessories that blend beautifully into a landscape. Graceful and eco-friendly (they're biodegradable), the structures are a staple in English gardens, functioning as plant supports, fences, or edging for a flowerbed.

Wind in the Willows: Remodelista

Cinder blocks raised gardens. Top it off with those clover leaf screen blocks with moss growing in it for a softer look.

Note the X of twisted wire on this H brace on a woven wire fence.

Dairy Goat Journal. | raising goats | goat business

irrigation system for raised bed

15 foods you can regrow!

Vegetable garden plan.

Great for vines and flowers. Perfect addition to my flower bed!


Blue arbors in Rosie's Leaves 'n Bloom garden -12th July 2012

Like in Spain!


I Went Back to the Land to Feed My Family -

for the garage for storage

"Stones painted as strawberries when put around strawberry plants in the spring will keep birds from eating your berries when they ripen because the birds will think the ripened berries are stones."

#landscaping #flowers

Landscaping Hills Ideas Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel and Decor

Really neat website with tons of information on lots and lots of things to do in your yard.

log pathway

Growing Butternut Squash

Purple coneflower, daisies, foxglove, black-eyed susans, astilbe and hollyhocks