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Welcoming Front Entryway : Landscaping | Barry Block : Garden Galleries : HGTV - Home & Garden Television

Welcoming Front Entryway : Landscaping | Barry Block : Garden Galleries : HGTV - Home & Garden Television

Swing Draped With Morning Glories >> http://www.diynetwork.com/outdoors/cottage-style-landscapes-and-gardens/pictures/index.html?soc=pinterest

Cottage-Style Landscapes and Gardens

Swing Draped With Morning Glories >> http://www.diynetwork.com/outdoors/cottage-style-landscapes-and-gardens/pictures/index.html?soc=pinterest

GardenBeamFlower: Have a seat...very cool for the retaining wall in your garde..

GardenBeamFlower: Have a seat...very cool for the retaining wall in your garde..

what to plant on a slope | How to Plant on a Slope

what to plant on a slope | How to Plant on a Slope

Edging the lawn - looks so "clean"

Edging the lawn - looks so "clean"

privacy hedges | Privacy Hedge : Landscaping : Garden Galleries : HGTV - Home & Garden ...

privacy hedges | Privacy Hedge : Landscaping : Garden Galleries : HGTV - Home & Garden ...

Home Landscaping 101

Home Landscaping 101

This flowing S-curved bed can extend the route through a yard, and trick the eye into thinking the space is larger than it is. This stone mulch bed wanders lazily through the lawn.

This flowing S-curved bed can extend the route through a yard, and trick the eye into thinking the space is larger than it is. This stone mulch bed wanders lazily through the lawn.

"If the pavers are spaced too far apart, the walking becomes self-conscious and stretched," says Joseph Huettl. "If they're too close together, plants or lawn won't grow properly." Huettl recommends using 1.5-inch to 3-inch gaps for gravel, 2- to 4-inch gaps for fine ground covers, and 3- to 6-inch gaps for lawn to grow.

"If the pavers are spaced too far apart, the walking becomes self-conscious and stretched," says Joseph Huettl. "If they're too close together, plants or lawn won't grow properly." Huettl recommends using 1.5-inch to 3-inch gaps for gravel, 2- to 4-inch gaps for fine ground covers, and 3- to 6-inch gaps for lawn to grow.

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