Beautiful DIY Garden Paths And Inspiration | The Owner-Builder Network
Lead me up the garden path :D Building a well-designed garden path is a great way to take your visitors for a tour around your yard. It guides them to the areas you want them to see. Your garden path also connects various parts of your garden, giving it a sense of order and cohesiveness. Garden ...
The thyme continues to take over the flagstone patio. This month, purple flowers. I love it, but enough is enough! I think I have at least four varieties of "stepables," that are growing in cracks no more than an inch wide, and they have wonderful blue, purple, and white flowers. It is hard to walk here, but beautiful to see.
greencube's garden in Langton Green, near Tunbridge Wells features in Dutch Magazine this month
Our large garden in Langton Green designed back in 2010 features in a Dutch magazine for April - Groei & Bloei, I had to use google translator to work out what they said: dutch "door efficient gebruik te maken van niveauverschillen ontstaan op een klein oppervlak twee terrassen, gescheiden door een prachtige plantenbak, die tevens dienst doet als regleuning van de zitbank." literally translates to: "through efficient use of level differences arising on a small surface two terraces, separated…
Top 50 Best Wooden Walkway Ideas - Wood Path Designs
From rustic tree stumps to modern herringbone cut patterns, discover the top 50 best wooden walkway ideas. Explore backyard wood path designs.
These Were Our Most Popular Instagram Posts of 2018 - Gardenista
Paths, pavers, and purple plants exploded on the Gardenista Instagram feed this year; here's a look back at our most popular posts. Not a follower yet? We'
Oh how I love a great garden path | The Impatient Gardener
My favorite of my boards on Pinterest is my “Great Garden Paths” board. I have a weakness for garden paths. There is something so incredibly inviting about a path through a garden. It says, “Explore me,” or “Feel free to look AND touch, I’m cool with it.” My favorite garden paths bend around corners, begging […]
Mixed herbaceous border
Mixed herbaceous border containing Anthemis tinctoria 'E.C. Buxton', Salvia nemorosa 'Ostfriesland', Cephalaria gigantea, Nepeta and Geraniums, Town Place, late June.
Stepping stone thymes in patio with garden benches in edible landscape | Plant & Flower Stock Photography: GardenPhotos.com
Fragrance garden: Thyme herbs in flower Thymus, in crevices and nooks and crannies of path stepping stones walkway with herbs and lettuce vegetables: rosemary Rosmarinus, Salvia officinalis, Lavandula lavender, dill, kale, patio, Garden benches with pillow cushions in edible landscape
Drought-Tolerant Landscaping Ideas
If you live in a dry, arid area, check out these tips for saving your lawn during a drought! You'll still have a lush, green lawn and thriving flowers without using a lot of water by using these helpful and easy tips. Plant a corner garden, utilize a slope in your yard and choose drought-tolerant perennials for your flower bed.
In the Garden: Rosemary for Remembrance
Living rural, going to town, the print shop specifically, is a community hub. Who knew? I go a lot. Luckily most of what I need can be emailed, and ready for pick-up. Living rural, the people you see at the print shop are the same in the grocery store, entertainments at the town square, restaurants, DAR meetings, antique shops, garden tours, church, etc. . For the 2 years living rural I've had the good fortune of having a talented, cheerful young woman help me at the print shop. She's not…