You dont need a lot of space to grow fresh vegetables and herbs this spring. Grow them on a sunny porch or sidewalk in small wooden boxes like Michelle from Stitch a Wish blog!
Square Raised Beds – The geometric precision of the design keeps even rangy herbs like scented geraniums and sprawling vegetables like squash neatly in their place. The squares make elegant frames for everything planted in them including tomatoes and cottage flowers such as marigolds.
Stone Solid The homeowner/designer searched a variety of sources for his stone products, including misfired concrete slabs, which he used as accent pavers, and these retaining wall blocks. They combine to create lots of seating areas and a perfect place to set plants and other garden accents.
DYI Flower Bed…definitely need to do this in the front yard 🙂 Exactly the layout I was looking for.
Tiered Raised Garden Beds This might be a good solution for my veggie/ herb garden – Rugged Thug – I like this. Repin!
Rarely Shared Landscaping: Tips for Your Backyard Adding walls and paths to your landscape transforms it into something truly special. Heres a collection of pro building tricks for easier, faster and better path and wall construction. SAVE THIS ONE!
In just a weekend, you can refresh your deck. Friday night: Remove all furniture and other items from the deck. Saturday morning: Pressure-wash the deck to remove dirt; use warm water, soapy water and a scrub brush to remove old mold and mildew. Sunday morning: Stain the deck using a paint roller. The deck should … [Read more…]
Pin Oak Tree. Two of these on the OBrien street (north side of my yard) One of them was hit by lightning on 6/15/13. It looked like vines hanging down where the bark and wood was stripped away. Hopefully it will make it.
Dwarf Meyer Lemon trees are hardy, fragrant plants that grow well as an indoor household potted plant.
Concrete gap filler. Never weed again!! I did this on my patio and driveway. Love it! This is what parks and public places use. Available at Lowes and Home Depot in different colors in the concrete dept.