Ideas for the lawn, front and back garden, architectural and structure for the garden in all seasons. Paths, gates, walkways.
Always love the dogwood, particularly the pink ones, though the more often-seen classic white is the one more often seen in the local woods.
Colorful marbles would be an interesting accent in the garden, especially if there were a larger, colorful gazing globe nearby.
Love the narrow, winding walkway among all the plants -- so pretty.
Nice stone steps and walkway
Beautiful oriental gate
Nice pergola surrounded by big perennials -- little mowing to do here!
Interesting use of stone in the yard
Herb/Garden Markers by Rustica Ornamentals - $49.99
Cute tags for garden plants, yet their dark color also makes them not stand out too much (so they don't distract from the natural beauty around them).
Poly Tough Garden Cart - $199
This looks so stable and easy to use. It's an improvement on the old wheelbarrow with a single wheel. I might have to consider an upgrade.
Smith & Hawken Premium Quality Potting Bench - $799
A pipe-dream, perhaps, to wish for this on my budget, but the shape and style of it do give me ideas for reworking on old workbench in my garage to make it more potting/garden ready.
I love the visual interest, textured plantings, rich color of the deck itself, and of course the fact that there is no mowing!
Gravel and decorative grasses are a lovely low-maintenance border to the deck space.
Fantastic harvest-style table, with slightly Asian-inspired shape to the legs.
I like the built in bench and planter in the rustic, weathered deck. Then the framework of trellises just beyond the small lawn make the whole space feel intimate and private.
Love the market lights strung under the pergola.
Great gravel area surrounding the fire pit.
Love the transition from driveway to walkway, and the texture of the plantings and siding.
Beautiful and inviting natural archway.
Great looking fence!
Beautiful angled design and rich color.