Lara McDougall
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Ultimate collection of 25 most beautiful & DIY friendly garden path ideas and very helpful resources from a professional landscape designer! via A Piece Of Rainbow

25 DIY Garden Path Ideas + helpful resources from a professional landscape designer - via A Piece Of Rainbow

coleus and sweet potato vine...

Flower Boxes, Meeting Street, Charleston, SC © Doug Hickok Window boxes adorn many sills in the historic district of Charleston.

Just about every type of plant looks better in large groupings than it does planted individually. Here, drifts of astilbe seem to tower out of a groundcover of golden sedum. Test Garden Tip: Planting en masse doesn't necessarily mean growing only a single variety. Here, several selections of astilbe combine for even more interest.

Shade - Plant en Masse - Plant en Masse Just about every type of plant looks better in large groupings than it does planted individually. Here, drifts of astilbe seem to tower out of a groundcover of golden sedum. Test Garden Tip: Planting en masse doesnt

Shade Garden

White candelabra primula and a variegated hosta line the wooden walkway to a giant white pine. To the right is a curly willow and a few camassia and leucojum in bloom; astrantia and ligularia leaves show - Gardening DIY

Really like the pavers in grass and garden

Three easy ways to highlight your shade garden. Pavers continue through grass & mulch to create cohesion. - I need more stones in garden!

a dry stream as both edging & drainage solution"..........Jen!!! This is it for left side of below deck...omg

a dry stream as both edging & drainage solution". I don't think we need a drainage solution, but I think it is pretty! just the rock edge part!