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Path And Patio  Provide a quaint little area for a bench or bistro set using a premade flagstone path and patio. There's plenty of room for planting some 'trees', shrubs or flowering plants on either side of the path. See the 'How to Make a Patio' video for instructions on making your own.

Path And Patio Provide a quaint little area for a bench or bistro set using a premade flagstone path and patio. There's plenty of room for planting some 'trees', shrubs or flowering plants on either side of the path. See the 'How to Make a Patio' video for instructions on making your own.

Click through for a do it yourself Fairy Garden Design. This one is called The Path Less Taken! It features Webfoot Coleus, Rosemary, Dwarf Myrtle, Primrose, Red Mars Coleus, Baby Tears and more.

Click through for a do it yourself Fairy Garden Design. This one is called The Path Less Taken! It features Webfoot Coleus, Rosemary, Dwarf Myrtle, Primrose, Red Mars Coleus, Baby Tears and more.

Photo Idea -- Miniature Garden by Elena.   This is just one of the many fairy gardens by Elena... The next several pins are from http://minigardener.wordpress.com/ -  be sure and visit the site many more ideas in creating your own fairy garden.

Photo Idea -- Miniature Garden by Elena. This is just one of the many fairy gardens by Elena... The next several pins are from http://minigardener.wordpress.com/ - be sure and visit the site many more ideas in creating your own fairy garden.

11 Inspiring Fairy Gardens (You know you want to make one!) Brought to you by Chevrolet Traverse #Traverse

11 Inspiring Fairy Gardens (You know you want to make one!) Brought to you by Chevrolet Traverse #Traverse

Have a succulent that's overgrowing its container? There's no need to kill or ditch the plant; instead use these steps to turn one succulent into two. Who knows, you might find succulents so easy and long-lasting you'll want to send one to a friend (or yourself!).

Have a succulent that's overgrowing its container? There's no need to kill or ditch the plant; instead use these steps to turn one succulent into two. Who knows, you might find succulents so easy and long-lasting you'll want to send one to a friend (or yourself!).