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Aren't lithops the best?! #leafandclay #succulents #lithops (: @ev3ziilmz_lithops )

Aren't lithops the best?! #leafandclay #succulents #lithops (: @ev3ziilmz_lithops )

Utility boxes, lawn equipment and trash bins are necessities, but they don't deserve to share the spotlight with your gorgeous garden. Here's how to make these and other blights fade into the background.

Utility boxes, lawn equipment and trash bins are necessities, but they don't deserve to share the spotlight with your gorgeous garden. Here's how to make these and other blights fade into the background.

Voilà une bonne utilisation des bouchons de liège

Voilà une bonne utilisation des bouchons de liège

Creative DIY Planters - Rotted Tree Trunk Succulent Planters - Best Do It Yourself Planters and Crafts You Can Make For Your Plants - Indoor and Outdoor Gardening Ideas - Cool Modern and Rustic Home and Room Decor for Planting With Step by Step Tutorials http://diyjoy.com/diy-planters

Creative DIY Planters - Rotted Tree Trunk Succulent Planters - Best Do It Yourself Planters and Crafts You Can Make For Your Plants - Indoor and Outdoor Gardening Ideas - Cool Modern and Rustic Home and Room Decor for Planting With Step by Step Tutorials http://diyjoy.com/diy-planters

Recycle an old wagon wheel for a divided succulents bed.

Recycle an old wagon wheel for a divided succulents bed.

How to build a strawberry cage | DIY projects for everyone!

How to build a strawberry cage | DIY projects for everyone!

Bird fedder

Bird fedder

Pathways Design Ideas for Home and Garden#/180949/pathways-design-ideas-for-home-and-garden?&_suid=1364140647147012344344822158143

Pathways Design Ideas for Home and Garden#/180949/pathways-design-ideas-for-home-and-garden?&_suid=1364140647147012344344822158143

greenhouse

greenhouse

SQUEEZE PLAY: Landscape architect Rita Hodge added tall black bamboo and lower-growing perennials to soften this narrow, vertical entry. Photo: Ralph Smith Photography / handout

SQUEEZE PLAY: Landscape architect Rita Hodge added tall black bamboo and lower-growing perennials to soften this narrow, vertical entry. Photo: Ralph Smith Photography / handout