Turfstone, with its high tech design, not only allows water to be absorbed naturally in the soil, but it also prevents erosion. Additionally, greenery can grow through Turfstone, thus working in harmony with nature. #TurfstonePaver
If you’re looking to bring a little bit of color into your home, this DIY barn door tutorial from The Home Depot Blog is the perfect home improvement project for you. This rustic sliding barn door is as functional as it is stylish. Use a fresh coat of BEHR Paint in your favorite color to make this easy project fit in with the rest of your home’s design style.
1. Juniperus communis 'Stricta' 6. Blue spruce 'Maigold' 2. The rocky juniper 'Blue Arrow' 7. Blue spruce 'Glauca Compacta' 3. Deren white 'Aurea' 8. Yew ‘Washingtonii’ 4. The European larch 'Pendula' 9. The average juniper 'Gold Star' 5. Rough fir 'Compacta' 10. Oregano 'Thumbles'
Front garden beds above parking area - miniature conifer garden?
Beautiful display of landscaping with evergreens
Phlox and rocks | Outdoor Areas
Do you have a large shaded area in your garden that looks "dead"? Here are 26 of the most beautiful plants that grow in shade.
Three Dogs in a Garden: Joe's Garden: Part 1
How and when should you divide your hostas? Divide every 3-4 years in spring, summer or fall (although late summer is the best time). To divide, dig up your entire hosta and you will notice the individual plants. Look for the crowns and divide the clumps. Then, replant and water well!