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4868 Garden Accents
A waterfall will add a sense of calm to the screened room or deck
Gardens are a must around the outside of the house front and back.
Pathways through large gardens are a must for maintenance and quiet times. Adding a garden bench or two would be good.
Porch swings are great for cuddling while listening to the evening creatures using the pond.
Janssens Royal Victorian Greenhouse Kit - $8,399.99
Another greenhouse idea.
Excellent way of keeping seedlings growing outside is by using a 'cold frame'.
This white flowering dogwood with white split-rail fencing either side of the driveway would make the entrance look great.
Line the driveway with boxwood shrubbery.
Fence structures would be ideal for roses or clematis.
These shape-able hedge plants (boxwood, English yew, Japanese holly) are decorative and could be placed anywhere,
Set aside a full sun garden spot for the plants. Might use a trellis.
Also grow radishes, celery, cucumber and onions.
Add winding paths using pea gravel instead of stones.
Add this side garden.
Very nice patio.
Winding board-walk from deck to pond.
Grass pathways in the garden hold moisture. Be sure to make them wide enough for the riding mower.
Common Sea Buckthorn grows about 5 feet tall and it's orange berries are edible.
Sitting area in middle of the garden.
Sunflowers are great for marking end of rows. The taller the plant the better the seed for snacking.
Shine Company Round Tall Cedar Barrel Planter, Burnt Brown - $130.33
Cedar Barrels make excellent planters for flowers or tomatoes.
There's a trick to installing pavers: Place them where you want them to sit, dig a hole slightly more shallow than the actual height, stick each paver in place, then ensure a level fit by adding sandbox sand in any wobbly space until the paver sits nearly flush with the ground.