Ferdinand du Puigaudeau "Sailboats at Sea, Evening"
How to Start Hydrangeas from Cuttings
Hydrangeas from Cuttings - (1) cut from plant as shown in picture (2) remove all leaves except the top two (3) cut off the top half of the two remaining leaves (4) put in pot with soil in shadded area & keep soul moist but not wet ***New leaf buds form after roots & then can continue care for normal plant...
The link is to a neat folding open ended playspace/play house. Love the concept of having it fold down for easy storage.
Finding Free Mulch.....and other tips for landscaping on the cheap (or free!)
11 Essential Tips for Shooting a Night Landscape - Improve Photography
Integrate a Patio with the Landscape- A paved or bricked patio space that ends abruptly will feel out of place with a larger landscape around it. A better solution is to use materials to gradually transition -- and reinforce a connection -- between the two. Here, irregularly shaped pavers provide a pathway from patio to lawn, and mulch and containers segue neatly into planted areas.
Japanese garden. I'm hoping this is harmony! You have the repeating curvy shape of the tree, the bush, and the garden sculpture. The different element would be the man made sculpture vs nature, but it still works due to the shape.
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backyard w/ curvaceous lawn, landscaping, stonework, & pavers in Buckhead Atlanta Georgia
Xeriscaping, Drought Tolerant Land Cover
Xeriscaping – landscape (an area) in a style which requires little or no irrigation. Xeriscaping is a water conservation concept that originated in Colorado and now spreading across the United States. The term Xeriscape is a combination of two Greek words – xeros meaning dry, and scape meaning view. It is not the same as “zero-scaping”, [...]