. Hardy succulents like sedums, semperveriums, and ice plants are ideal for roof gardens, they require little soil and water, and can take long periods with not much watering.Nx

Gardening Inspiration: What Simple and Extreme Gardens Can Teach Us

Hardy succulents like sedums, semperveriums, and ice plants are ideal for roof gardens, they require little soil and water, and can take long periods with not much watering.this would be really pretty as a roof to a chicken coop

An old cottage in Australia with vertical board walls and tin roof

An old cottage in Australia with vertical board walls and tin roof with a kitchen garden

Tuinkas - door recycling van materiaal. Oude buitendeur en huidige buitengevel ramen gebruiken.

Greenhouse >> Love this, what a great use of doors and windows, so neat! Recycle old doors and windows.

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Can We Please Be Less Fanatically Tidy?

Let your grass grow long and cut a path through it. Photo by Nigel Colborn, Gardenista

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