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Cobbles and some evergreen planting for winter interest

Granite Setts are incredibly hard wearing, making them a great choice for high traffic areas such as pathways like in this garden pathway design by Thorburn Landscapes. Nice design to use for narrow patio area outside french windows.

Patio is also an important component part of your summer life. Just think how cool and cosy it is that play with your families or entertain guests in a beautiful patio with flowers and trees! So it’s time to upgrade your patio. It’s not difficult. You can plant some flowers with different colors that makes […]

Add a bubbling water fountain: 31 Insanely Cool Ideas to Upgrade Your Patio This Summer. Might look good in backyard.

The Prudent Homemaker - "This is such a beautifully done edible landscape on the side of a house that I just had to share. The house is in South Africa.If you look carefully, these are great fall/winter/early spring plants: Leeks, beets, chard, lettuce, green onions, snow peas, rhubarb and strawberries (those would be early spring). These are also plants that can handle some shade, which is important on the side of the house. The hedges are rosemary."

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Build this DIY fire pit and then tap your way thru more how-tos at

This would be awesome just put a small perimeter fencing so young kids or dogs could not access the fire

ideas for container gardening

Container Flower Gardening Ideas: A = Red Cordyline B = Lamb's Ear C = Soprano Purple Osteospermum: Container Flower Gardening Ideas: Red Cordyline, Licorice Plants, Soprano Purple Osteospermum We love this display because it has a great variety of shapes

My front yard is looking much better now ;)

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