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DIY Flagstone Path Tutorial

The perfect addition to your own home zen garden: a Flagstone Path Tutorial. SA- I would use this technique without the large stone for a path to a zen garden specifically.

Embrace the unexpected when you're landscaping: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/landscaping-projects/landscape-basics/whimsical-landscaping-design-ideas/?socsrc=bhgpin061514embracetheunexpected&page=15

You don't need a green thumb to have a fabulous garden. Check out these unique garden ideas from art, to colorful mulch to potting tables and more.

Purple Allium

Natures Doorways ~ Purple Allium How wonderful to see the richness of this purple given to us by nature.

Blue Fescue

great for creating contrast with taller, more upright grasses. Name: Festuca glauca 'Boulder Blue' blue fescue.Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Plant Size: To 1 foot tall and wide Zones:

Keep it Simple-Create a sensation by putting a single magnificent plant in a spectacular pot. Brian does it here with Sedum 'Angelina' in a 3-foot-tall rust-crusted urn. "There's elegance in simplicity," he says. "People tend to get too busy and complicated in their container plantings." Brian likes this golden sun-loving succulent for its heat and drought tolerance.

Containers Aged to Perfection.Containers with an aged look -- patinas, encrustations, crackled finishes -- are becoming the focal point in gardens. Use plants with contrasting colors and foliage to highlight the rustic exterior of your planter.