Texture in the garden- I have these in my front yard. Hearty plants and add great color!
One of my faves! Have plants in the front yard and love seeing them bloom every spring! bleeding hearts dicentra
PVC Sprinkler. What a great idea! I already have several of these that I use as trellises. I need to put the small holes in them and it would work to water the plants in the garden.
I have planted these Classic French Lavender plants in my garden. Amazing fragrance.
These plants thrive in hot, dry conditions, and will fill your yard with color over the entire summer! All plants shown in diagram below. Planting Instructions and Garden Plan included. Zones 5-8.
Front Yard Sidewalk-Garden: Add beauty and curb appeal to your front yard with a sidewalk garden. Use Layers in the Garden. Some of the
I would love one of these trees in my back yard by the garden!!!
A flower and replanting plants house. A great place to store all your gardening tools as well. Shaped like an out house. So cool. I am having one of these in my yard. So useful and cute.
While these are Arizona wildflowers (not suited to my MidWestern zone 6 garden), the intense contrast of oranges and blues are wonderful in a full-sun garden. I'll incorporate these shades in this year's front-yard kitchen garden.
Need plants, but want to conserve water? These homeowners planted flax in the front yard.
How to recycled glass bird feeder. Attract birds with the beautiful color, texture and shape of glass and add some functional garden art to your yard.
These Heather blossoms are so small, but their colors are so beautiful that in the yard they add color, texture and a softness to the environment. -- Top 61 Most beautiful flowers pictures
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What plants should I put in my fairy garden? Cheryl from Greenwood Nursery was so nice as to suggest tiny-leafed flowers for the fairy creatures and gave me a great list of plants to use!
Best Plants for a Shade Garden - Do you have a shady spot in your yard, try growing one of these plants that thrive with little direct sunlight.
Two of these would be great out front- can use the old pots I have in the garage, find sticks, find evergreen stuff from my tree, and buy dollar store bulbs!
I love the look of this yard. They replaced their entire front yard grass with plants and rocks. Very nice, I would add some bark, mulch or smaller rocks so no bare dirt shows.
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the plants don't necessarily have to grown in the container...nice garden accent // Great Gardens & Ideas //
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Great mix of old and new. Love the stairs. I need these in my studio but I don't have the room for them.
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someday i will live where assholes don't rule the world and i can have chickens in my yard.
Firepit backyard area - love the lights too... and the garden shed. I want all of this in my yard... :)
See how you can enjoy one little shady hideaway! In our yard, I counted 32 different variety of wild ferns! I can tell you have some great plants--many planted intentionally. Personally, I prefer cushiony chairs, not wooden--and a little table-- for my hide-aways!
I have made these before - so easy! Lowes sells the 4 to 6" round PVC pipe with holes already drilled. Purchase an end cap, fill with rock, soil, and plant. I will often put these in the center of a very large pot to stabilize, and add amazing height and color to a container that has trailing plants (no end cap or rock needed if you are placing in a container)
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