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Classic Garden Styles at Colonial Williamsburg

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June 19, 2014
dawnr0429 wrote:
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Choose local, budget-friendly materials for pathways. Virginia’s tidewater country is home to oysters; colonials made use of crushed shells for roadways and paths. Today they’re still used in many areas just as they were centuries ago, and they make an inexpensive material.

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marjohouse added this to manor
October 31, 2014
food area simple and beautiful
zpaulsz added this to LIELVARDE
September 13, 2014
Darzs
Tracy Tousey added this to Exterior Ideas
July 17, 2014
Crushed oyster shell walkway
dawnr0429 added this to Garden
June 19, 2014
Crushed Oyster Shell pathway
Valorie Phillips_Keeton added this to valorie_phillips_keeton's ideas
April 16, 2014
garden idea's
mbstuller added this to mbstuller's Ideas
April 16, 2014
Crushed shells pathway
fathemeh added this to fathemeh's ideas
April 16, 2014
view
cracker_jaxs added this to cracker_jaxs's ideas
April 9, 2014
great garden
jayzet added this to jayzet’s ideas
April 9, 2014
vegetable garden in lawn area
kbadgerfan added this to garden
April 8, 2014
Like this instead of raised beds. Also like the foot paths
yayaotto added this to backyard
April 7, 2014
Vegggie garden
janicehr added this to janicehr's ideas
April 6, 2014
oyster shells
joellarob added this to joellarob's ideas
April 5, 2014
Raised beds with fence.
iiblou818 added this to yard
April 4, 2014
garden size and structure
sgutzler added this to garden
April 3, 2014
low raised bed
cherylhansen added this to Landscape Ideas
April 3, 2014
inexpensive pathways made of local materials
ammotal added this to Landscape Ideas
April 3, 2014
crushed oyster shells as paths
metalkid1 added this to metalkid1's ideas
April 3, 2014
Vegetable Bed
Connie Lopez added this to connie_lopez158's ideas
April 2, 2014
love the garden area!!
marika999 added this to Outdoor structures/outbuildings
April 2, 2014
Choose local, budget-friendly materials for pathways. Virginia’s tidewater country is home to oysters; colonials made use of crushed shells for roadways and paths. Today they’re still used in many areas just as they were centuries ago, and they make an inexpensive material.
lornasc added this to bunkie
April 2, 2014
pathway
wfaye added this to Outdoor Spaces
April 2, 2014
I love the idea of oyster shells for pathways - maybe if we took another trip to Long Beach we could cart them home!
Wendy Armstrong-Taylor L. Cons. and Design added this to grandmaeve's ideas
April 2, 2014
veg garden
elcie30 added this to elcie30's ideas
April 2, 2014
gravel walkways around planting bed
ellejameshodges added this to ellejameshodges's ideas
April 2, 2014
I want one of these at our new place!
jimb171 added this to landscaping
April 2, 2014
idea for Jennifer's herb garden
aleris added this to landscape
April 2, 2014
Williamsburg, oyster shell walkway, & garden
debjones83 added this to debjones83's ideas
April 2, 2014
veggie garden
Norton added this to Landscape Ideas
April 2, 2014
Love the fence butting up to the shed.
pwayling added this to pwayling's ideas
March 31, 2014
Garden
dowdyhouse added this to dowdyhouse's ideas
March 30, 2014
garden gravel
swiperthefox added this to garden
March 30, 2014
Crushed oyster shells for paths in garden.
Josy Abner Santana added this to house of my dreams.
March 30, 2014
Horta - Casa de campo talvez.
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