Houzz is the new way to design your home.
Just a mom of 3 boys (24, 21 and 16) that is ready to redecorate but can't make any decisions!
Just a mom of 3 boys (24, 21 and 16) that is ready to redecorate but can't... More
tree stump candle holders - deck
love the bamboo fence
ProLine Aluminum Edging
metal edging - light, flexible, but strong enough to withstand the elements
Adirondack chairs from World Market, pillows from Pottery Barn. Terracotta plants with easy-to-care for plant life, candles in sand with shells
neat raised beds
more neat raised beds!
bench for potting and/or serving
hmmm - potting area in garage
love love love the stone fence
can place privacy anywhere!
A relative newcomer to the shade gardening scene compared to painted fern, 'Jack Frost' brunnera (Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost', zones 3 to 8) 1.5 ft high and wide, shade.
Ajania (Ajania pacifica, zones 5 to 9) 1-2 ft tall 1-3 ft wide. sunny spot well-drained soil
Add trellis in blank spots and train a vine
Joe Pye weed (tall, pink-topped flowers in foreground) and grasses in back with purple bushes in front - would look great in back yard
Oooh I wanna do this
Pergola, white lanterns and lights
trellis, vertical garden structure, privacy
Beautiful - Mukdenia "Crimson Fans"
Fencing outlined and painted black - gate. to partition off yard for dogs
split rail with wire fencing looks more rustic
Even better is to designate a bathroom area for your pet. It takes some work, but is possible to train dogs to go in just one or two places in your yard. The ingenious locale shown here is hidden behind a fence. Another option for a bathroom spot is a gravel patch that can easily be hosed down; dogs often prefer gravel to grass anyway.
For male dogs, consider adding a marking post. Surely your dog needs a private fire hydrant.
another fence ideal
lawn pavers, covering (could use on our deck)