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Rope lights, rope lighting is fabulous for holiday lights, christmas lights, patio lights, and up lighting, rope lights are perfect for adding extra light and ambiance. These lights are 18' long!! Saf

Rope lights, rope lighting is fabulous for holiday lights, christmas lights, patio lights, and up lighting, rope lights are perfect for adding extra light and ambiance. These lights are 18' long!! Saf

Freshly trimmed Chinese star jasmine espalier. Smells amazing. #glenelgmowing #5045 #landscapedesign #landscapegardening #westside #yougrowitwetrimit #espalier #starjasmine #smellsgood #glenelg

Freshly trimmed Chinese star jasmine espalier. Smells amazing. #glenelgmowing #5045 #landscapedesign #landscapegardening #westside #yougrowitwetrimit #espalier #starjasmine #smellsgood #glenelg

Jasmine on our back wall, at least part of it #PinMyDreamBackyard @mrdrewscott @mrsilverscott @mrjdscott

Jasmine on our back wall, at least part of it #PinMyDreamBackyard @mrdrewscott @mrsilverscott @mrjdscott

Confederate Jasmine...Step 1: measure and lightly mark the pattern outline on the wall. Step 2: Insert screw eyes at each corner and junction where wires will cross. Step 3: Thread 20-gauge wire through the screw eyes to form the frame. Step 4: Pull wire taut and tighten by twisting with pliers. Step 5: Secure young vine stems to the wire using flexible garden ties and let it grow!

Confederate Jasmine...Step 1: measure and lightly mark the pattern outline on the wall. Step 2: Insert screw eyes at each corner and junction where wires will cross. Step 3: Thread 20-gauge wire through the screw eyes to form the frame. Step 4: Pull wire taut and tighten by twisting with pliers. Step 5: Secure young vine stems to the wire using flexible garden ties and let it grow!

With the hose, wash the edging with a gentle spray, dampening the sand between the bricks without dislodging it. As the sand absorbs water, it will set, acting like grout to lock the bricks in place for years to come.

With the hose, wash the edging with a gentle spray, dampening the sand between the bricks without dislodging it. As the sand absorbs water, it will set, acting like grout to lock the bricks in place for years to come.

Rope lighting in the landscape... love the way it glows against the rocks. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=385780314815479=a.312708532122658.73456.157277567665756=1=nf

Rope lighting in the landscape... love the way it glows against the rocks. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=385780314815479=a.312708532122658.73456.157277567665756=1=nf

Use a masonry pencil, and a straightedge if necessary, to draw lines connecting the marks at each end of the brick to form your cutlines.

Use a masonry pencil, and a straightedge if necessary, to draw lines connecting the marks at each end of the brick to form your cutlines.