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Garden: Front yard planning

I want to tear up all the grass in my front yard and create a cobblestone mosaic interspersed with plants. There should be a little bistro chair area, too!


Garden: Front yard planning

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Outdoor Solar Lamppost DIY - Home & Family

More Garden Containers You Never Thought Of… • Tons of Tips & Ideas!!

LOVE THIS found object pathway at the Organic Mechanics' Paradise Garden (from The Outlaw Gardener blog)

Rarely Shared Landscaping: Tips for Your Backyard Adding walls and paths to your landscape transforms it into something truly special. Here's a collection of pro building tricks for easier, faster and better path and wall construction.

Adorable cottage with gorgeous Hydrangeas. "de beaux hortensias en bretagne."

I need to remember this for next year when planting my patio pots!

Using Texture in the Garden • Good Tips & Ideas!

More amazing color....wow! Heuchera mixed with ferns. The fact that heuchera is an evergreen is just so appealing for year round color!

Floating stones - Cornelia Konrads. My mind is already spinning with ideas for my garden . I need stones ,mortar, a good drill bit and rebar.

Great idea! ~~~Yep, I gave my CC to Jeremy and had him buy me a couple of these molds for the old house. He borrowed them to make sure they worked okay.... as far as I know he still has them since I never actually saw them~~~

Stone Pathway

create a 'dry creek' that comes to life and flows when it rains....

Hypertufa

Moon to Moon: The gardens of Jeffrey Bale

snail shell pebble path

walkway

concrete + granite blocks path

around tree

Three different DIY garden walkways.

A geometric path, steel edging and monochromatic plantings distinguish this modern front yard from its more traditional counterparts.

Modern Front Yard Landscaping

fully integrated front yard landscape | HARD WORKS

front yard landscaping designs | Landscape Design

Sunny Landscape Ideas-is it sunny enough in front area near where new tree will go? or will that provide too much shade? Love the color variation, add some deep pink peonies?