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Front yard flowerbeds: low maintenance plants - The background is Spruce and Arborvitae. The middle layer is Viburnum, Hydrangea and Ligularia. The foreground is Astilbe, Hosta and Pachy sandra.

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Loving the boxwood and hydrangea combo. Also the fence is amazing! Walkway great too!

Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google+ LinkedIn StumbleUponSucculents are the easiest plants to grow. Even a beginner can grow them successfully. Grow them in a birdcage to embellish your garden or balcony. We’re assuming that you’ve read our previous post on How to make a birdcage planter. If not, please read that first. Let’s see how to:

Succulents are the easiest plants to grow. Even a beginner can grow them successfully. Grow them in a birdcage to embellish your garden or balcony. We’re assuming that you’ve read our previous post on How to make a birdcage planter.

Cute idea!

Natural Finish Pallet Potting Bench - pavers that look like slate create the top for this versatile bench - would make a great outdoor serving table or bar, as well as a potting bench - Gartenregal aus Paletten

Bildergebnis für platten kies [] 75 Fabulous Front Yard Walkway Landscaping Ideas

Samller scale than what you will do, but I like the lookBildergebnis für platten kies

Unless your yard and garden is perfectly flat, chances are at one time or another, you’ve thought, “wouldn’t some steps be nice there?” Or even more ambitiously, stairs? Steps and stairs make getting around the yard easier, of course. But they also lead the eye through the garden, and give it structure. You can add DIY steps and stairs to your garden with these tutorials and inspirational ideas.

DIY Garden Steps Stairs Lots of ideas, tips tutorials! Including, from 2 minute gardener, this great tutorial on making landscape timber stairs.