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Beautiful Natural Stone Paths

A wonderful garden has not to be a large garden, sumptuous or located in a beautiful landscape. It would be perfect, but a lovely garden .

DIY Home Project: Cement Cobblestone Path

Easy DIY cobble stone path made from mold sold at Lowes. Create your own cement and choose color (terra cotta, gray, etc.

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garden path colorful and patterned Garden Shed Garden. Integrate a seating area into the pathway.

♡ Tire Swing

Exactly what the tree could use behind the swing set. Super cute lady bug tire swing DIY This is an awesome idea!

Now, if I could find a way to actually play this with the waterfall running I would totally love to have it...

cascading waterfall fountain---what an amazing use for an old piano! i see so many old piano's on craigslist that are beyond repair! can't wait til i have a yard.i am def doing this! Music to my ears.

Love this idea for later this summer.

DIY Concrete leaf stepping stones - so pretty. Love the metallic look. It made Craft and Create and Outdoor Living Space. Let's make these when the rhubarb leaves are huge!

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Mexican Feather Grass - (Nassella tenuissima) and allium. love the idea of using grass to hide allium stalks! my-green-thumb

If you have any mirrors that you're not using any longer why not add them to your garden or backyard. These mirror ideas for your garden will surprise you.

18 Dazzling Mirror Ideas for Your Garden

This project features a house covered (inside and out) with thousands of round mirrors that makes it nearly camouflaged. The round mirrors have different shapes

DIY Concrete Garden Globes - Make your own concrete garden globes using old glass light shades!

DIY Concrete Garden Globes

DIY Concrete Garden Globes - Make your own concrete garden globes using old glass light shades. Might be dreadful, but the idea of decorative concrete balls in the landscape is strangely appealing.

all-garden-world: How to Build a Paver Path

Take stock of your project area and the paver size, type and quantities you’ll need to complete your path. The instructions here are fo.