Christie Groenewald

Christie Groenewald

Christie Groenewald
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Paving stones. with thyme/chamomile in between for the side yard.

Paving stones. with thyme/chamomile in between for the side yard.

Not just any path. Oh! & there's an urn, that most usefully, beautiful, of garden ornamentation, this time acting as a focal point.

Not just any path. Oh! & there's an urn, that most usefully, beautiful, of garden ornamentation, this time acting as a focal point.

How To Create Your Own Dry Creek Beds For Your Gardens

How To Create Your Own Dry Creek Beds For Your Gardens

Dry creek bed. - needs ceramic fish planters - filled with cement as little fish-seats-stepping stones. Or at least add a shark fin to the creek bed for my lil' pirate.

Dry creek bed. - needs ceramic fish planters - filled with cement as little fish-seats-stepping stones. Or at least add a shark fin to the creek bed for my lil' pirate.

Just beautiful, could we do this with the flagstone in the decomposed granite paths etc...?

Just beautiful, could we do this with the flagstone in the decomposed granite paths etc...?

This garden design is stunning and simple. The gorgeous green seating area, the beautiful stone section and the perfectly laid out path - we love it!

This garden design is stunning and simple. The gorgeous green seating area, the beautiful stone section and the perfectly laid out path - we love it!

Garden and Home | Low-maintainance oriental garden

Garden and Home | Low-maintainance oriental garden

Herbs are the keys to flavor. There’s no shame in using dried herbs, but growing fresh herbs yourself is well worth the effort. Many herbs repel insects, pack great health benefits, and are pretty simple to maintain. Luckily, you don’t need a huge backyard to grow your own indoor herb garden. These happy plants easily grow in small spaces, from your bedroom window to your kitchen counter. For the full article, visit us here: http://paleo.co/indoorherbgd

Herbs are the keys to flavor. There’s no shame in using dried herbs, but growing fresh herbs yourself is well worth the effort. Many herbs repel insects, pack great health benefits, and are pretty simple to maintain. Luckily, you don’t need a huge backyard to grow your own indoor herb garden. These happy plants easily grow in small spaces, from your bedroom window to your kitchen counter. For the full article, visit us here: http://paleo.co/indoorherbgd

Love this idea, it would work really well in smaller gardens and courtyards.

Love this idea, it would work really well in smaller gardens and courtyards.

Succulent garden ideas

Succulent garden ideas