Shady border with Athyrium and hosta
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String Light Solution: Hang Patio Lights Using Planters and Wood Posts
Café lights add a gorgeous glow to an outdoor living space, but they can be tricky to hang if you don’t have trees or other tall objects to string them from. Here’s a freestanding solution for hanging lights that uses planters and wood posts. It’s totally temporary, so it’s perfect for renters.
Through the garden gate in Bedford, New York. There's something very calming about shades of green.
Through the garden gate in Bedford, New York. There's something very calming about shades of green. #garden #gardeninspiration #boxwood
57 Affordable Garden Redesign Ideas to Welcome The Delight of Summer - Talkdecor
The heat of summer makes everyone need something fresh. They will need fresh air and a fresh atmosphere at home
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This garden was created by Ludo Dierckx, Belgian landscape designer, for a client of Rotterdam, in Holland. The use of white flowers, together with the lavender and buxus transmit elegance to the...
Creeping Thyme Between Stepping Stones
Last summer, we took a look at a gridded concrete outdoor space with grass for grout between individual concrete squares. With this summer upon us, we’re looking at the idea in a little more detail and were wondering what plant species specifically would work well between stepping stones:Creeping thyme is often used because it is a low, spreading plant that holds up well to foot traffic grazing above from stone to stone.