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Sandy Path Design - Cornish Garden Landscapes

A ribbon of fluffy pink sand meanders through beachy grasses (including Sesleria and Muhlenbergia) in this Malibu garden. ­Arbutus ‘Marina’ trees add shade while pale yellow ‘Graham Thomas’ roses and kangaroo paws fleck the “dunes” with sunny color.

Yard scrabble!!!! Soooo cool!!!! Love this idea!!!!

50 Outdoor Games to DIY This Summer

Yard Games: Outdoor Word Game at Better Homes and Gardens. Essentially a giant version of Bananagrams, the lawn word game is a cross between scrabble and a do-it-yourself crossword puzzle.

RED FESCUE for cooler climates or higher elevations.  grows to about 4-6 inched tall and with  few well placed trees creates a prairie/park like feel.  very low maintenance

If you live in a cooler climate or at higher elevation, you can stretch the rules a bit and let red fescue grow long and create undulating waves 4 to 6 inches talContemporary Landscape by Kathleen Shaeffer Design, Exterior Spaces

Stream surrounded by native plants via Sunset

Grow a Natural Backyard

a meandering path bordered by fragrant 'Bee's Bliss' salvia, wild lilacs, and an existing non-native purple tree mallow ― all pretty, low-water plants

Planning a Backyard Path: Gravel Paths - Step by Step | The Family Handyman

Planning a Backyard Path: Gravel Paths

A garden path enhances any backyard. Learn about design factors, limitations and installation techniques for gravel, stone, brick and pavers, along with attractive edging options. Planning a Backyard Path: Gravel Paths

A sycamore takes center stage in this lawnless California yard. Shade created by the tree keeps the patio cool while permeable paving, potted plants, and other design details keep watering to a minimum. Photo: Norm Plate, Sunset.com

Rethinking your yard: 20 ways to lose the lawn

Shady patio garden (© Norm Plate) Shady patio garden A sycamore takes center stage in this lawnless California yard. Shade created by the tree keeps the patio cool while permeable paving, potted plants and other design details keep watering to a minimum.

40 ideas for patios | Patio entry | Sunset.com

40 Ideas for Patios

Easy patio entry Decorative and functional, a dry-laid flagstone and mulch path leads the way to a patio retreat. A border of ferns and red-flowered Cuphea ignea creates a leafy entry. In the back planter, a tall mallow hedge screens a vegetable garden.

40+ Stepping Stone Pathway inspirations

40+ Stepping Stone Pathway inspirations

if you sprinkle baking soda on the dirt twice a year, nothing will grow there. Sprinkle baking soda twice a year on dirt and nothing with grow there

Garden Door to a secret garden - I'd love to have one - Gary Ratway design

(Secret) Garden - Sunlight on ornamental grass (Stipa gigantea) seen through doorway in wall in Gary Ratway garden

1. Plant trees in front of, or instead of a fence. Some people want privacy without having a fence to maintain, or buy. My favorite houses have used rows of trees and shrubs as their fence. It’s really pretty, and will give a lot of privacy after a few years. …

Would love to make a pathway from the patio to the pool area. Love the idea of building an archway with vines as the entrance into the pool area with a small gate we can lock

narrow side yard garden

How to Maximize Small Garden Spaces

Tire stairs

Recycled tires outdoor stairs for by the creek! You know we have old tires!

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