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growing shade plants under evergreens ~ hostas, ferns, foam flowers, sweet woodruff and other woodlanders. Love those hostas.

Spring is coming...error, spring is there and it's time to think to your garden and maybe rearranging it in order to have a beautifull garden as a nice pla

14 Garden Landscape Design Ideas

Love this look for a large lawn. Pathway with bordered islands of greenery.

SHAPE-Natural shaped curves in a path of trees. Create an ideal shade environment for evergreen ferns by planting under a closely knit group of trees.

Berms are an easy way to add interest to the landscape and not as complicated as one might think. By following a few simple guidelines in this article, you can learn how to make a berm.

Information On How To Make A Berm

By Nikki Phipps (Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden) A berm is an easy way to add interest and height to the landscape, especially in dull, flat lawn areas. Berms are simply mounded hills of dirt constructed for many reasons such as blocking out unwanted

This guide is about growing hostas.  As foliage plants, hostas offer an unmatched range of patterns, colors, and sizes of plants.

Growing Hostas

This guide is about growing hostas. As foliage plants, hostas offer an unmatched range of patterns, colors, and sizes of plants. Hostas are my absolute favorite! So many shades of green and such a lush beautiful plant that comes back year after year!

Create a Shady Escape:  A shaded side yard might seem like a hopeless situation, but you're not out of luck. Give yourself a secret, shady place to cool off and escape the hot summer sun. Make a path, then plant around it with shade-loving plants suited to your area.  Test Garden Tip: Use columnar trees to add shade and height without losing precious horizontal space.

Smart Side-Yard Solutions

Create a Shady Escape: A shaded side yard might seem like a hopeless situation, but you're not out of luck. Give yourself a secret, shady place to cool off and escape the hot summer sun. Make a path, then plant around it with shade-loving plants suited to

Thinking along the sidewalk...

Cool colours and beautiful textures with small leafed Westringia and Santolina(?) by Secret Gardens of Sydney. Not only do fine-leaved plants withstand heavy coastal winds, but they look great when mass planted adjacent to other fine-leaved plants.

Steeply sloped areas don’t have to be ‘trouble spots.’ Hillsides can be turned into gorgeous rock gardens. Here are some tips.

Steeply sloped areas don’t have to be ‘trouble spots.’ Hillsides can be turned into gorgeous rock gardens. Here are some tips From: State By State Gardening, please visit.

Little backyard cottage!@ Stone walkway! Wow! This would not be hard to take as a Special place for Grannie to live!@

i LOVE this! /garden shed. Garden walkway idea i LOVE this! /garden shed. Garden walkway idea was last modified: August 2013 by admin

Backyard slopes....

Useful Tips To Create A Paradise In Your Backyard

WHo would love to have this landscaping rock and stone step duo in their yard? This design brings elegance to your yard while being easy to maintain.

Hostas: These plants make great borders in semi shady areas and grow in zones 3-9. Hostas like rich and moist organic soils, and they like morning sun and afternoon shade. Hostas are heavy feeders and fertilizer should be applied in early spring and again in mid-summer.

Hostas: These plants make great borders in semi shady areas and grow in zones…

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