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DIY fácil para el jardín.

Reciclando bloques de hormigón

tree stump idea - will have one of these soon.

How to Create a Tree-Stump Planter

Tree Stump Flower Pot: love this! Wonder if I could plant in the stump in the back yard?

#HDBlogSquad // How to Build a Covered Patio {via My. Daily. Randomness.}

HDBlogSquad // How to Build a Covered Patio

Take the indoors outside - build a covered patio! This step-by-step post will show you how to build a lean-to style patio cover just in time for summer.

Festuca idahoensis (Idaho fescue, blue bunchgrass):    Despite the name, this native grows in open woods and rocky slopes.    Found growing in British Columbia to Alberta, south to Central California and Colorado.    A cool season clumping grass that grows to only 14 inches (35 cm) tall.    More tolerant to wet winters.    Hardy to Zone 5.

Festuca idahoensis 'Siskiyou Blue' - Idaho Blue Fescue - a very blue version of this North American native fescue.

Use Old Bricks as Foot Path

35 inšpirácií, ako si upraviť záhradné chodníky

Decorative brick path across lawn - I like how the brick stepping stones aren't all laid out the same.

Coreopsis Zagreb, Tickseed- replace hosta with this. It will resist deer and look nice against the nepeta walkers low catmint

Coreopsis Zagreb blooms a darker golden - yellow single pedaled flower that sit atop a lacey, somewhat mound forming green foliage. Zagreb blooms from summer to late summer and is deer resistant

Concrete strips with moss in between. The Impatient Gardener: Oh how I love a great garden path

On a large property near San Francisco, Roderick Wyllie and James Lord of Surface Design constructed a walkway using staggered stone strips interspersed with low groundcovers and stones

Ornamental Grass: Calamagrostis x acutiflora Karl Foerster

Ornamental Grass: Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster'

As an exclamation point in a border, Feather Reed Grass is one of our favorites because of its upright habit and good manners. It forms neat clumps of foliage in tall.

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