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Border of side walk and grass
Rock border - covering a drain?
rock Border to deal with rain
simple border to this patio, very low maintenance!
Patio rock border & natural fence.
Pebble border against the stone/brick floor
Rock border along turf.
Rock border. No plants
pebble border against the
Yard river rock border
pebble border...river rock border...rock border
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
perennial border with lady's mantle, foxglove, geranium, and salvia.
A vibrant perennial border with lady's mantle, foxglove, geranium, and salvia
metal border.... neat.... dresses it up
Edge around gravel with border plantings
with a border that almost disappears, bender board could be for you. Cost: $3.50 to $5.50 per linear foot installed.Advantages: Bender board is very flexible, making it ideal for creating sweeping curves. It's durable (lasting 12 years or more) and fairly easy to install, perfect for a homeowner's DIY
creates a border for the curved path.Pros: Unlike wood, recycled plastic products never rot, encourage mold growth or need paint or toxic preservatives. Recycled plastic has come a long way in design terms. It's highly durable and can be very attractive, often coming in a range of bright colors. Considerations:
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Back Yard Shade Garden
border at edge of trees to grass
garden border with trees, perennials and annuals is a time-honored way of masking the edges of a yard and making it seem larger.
Timelessness. What makes this border abundant? For one thing, no soil is exposed, thanks to mature plantings and a well-defined canopy and understory. I love the balance
yards and borders the woods. The previous homeowner installed a post and rail fence but planted nothing taller than 12 inches. Years ago a friend helped me dig everything out and replant it with a variety of shrubs and perennials. It was beautiful, but I'm in the process of taking it all out. Our gardens
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I like the white flower border
shrub border or flowing between boulders in a rock garden.Planting notes. Speedwell is easily grown in average garden soil that is well drained.Shown: Dark blue spike speedwell (Veronica spicata 'Royal Candles'), blue star creeper, tall sedum and annual geranium (pink flowers)
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Love the lambs ear to border this path, especially the combo with the other plants
flowers border in front of roses and citrus trees
blends this border to the path is lamb's ears (Stachys byzantina). Stachys was a favorite edging plant of Gertrude Jekyll, the Edwardian garden designer who taught us how to use color in our borders. In many of her planting schemes, especially the long color-schemed herbaceous borders for which she is famous
Love the ground cover bordering the lawn
Love the border. Makes it feel so cozy.
for a border garden. Its lighter green color also creates contrast next to hedges and evergreens.I spoke with landscape architect Meg Arnosti of Windsor Companies about using Pachysandra responsibly. "Pachysandra is not considered to be invasive in Minnesota," she says, "and on the list of invasive
James R. Salomon Photography
garden border planting very full and lush. Good idea for Breyer Woods
garden borders. You can easily do this by laying out a garden hose or spraying chalk where the borders of the flower beds will lie. If you already have borders along the edge of your property and around trees or shrubs in the middle of the yard, you can extend the beds to where the lawn becomes something
mixed border carries the eye through the space. Even though this garden relies heavily upon hostas for interest, it is the large-leafed hostas (Hosta cvs, USDA zones 3 to 8) that punctuate the space from side to side and move the eye down the pathway. The repetition of the large-leafed hostas allows