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Garden Edging: 5 Ways to Edge Your Landscape with Recycled Materials

Black fence

Gravel and concrete color.black lifts the greens in a back garden. A hot tip is to use Alcro Black Deco when painting your garden fence.

Cable wires mounted between fence posts create a sturdy support for climbing plants providing privacy for your patio.

A living fence in Charleston. "Create a living privacy fence. Cable wires mounted between fence posts create a sturdy support for climbing plants. Over time the plants can completely fill in the area, providing privacy for the patio.

concrete heart

Little garden pool - cute! "Love my little garden pools left behind after it rains. So does my garden toad." I want a garden toad

I'd love to have a small area of bench seating at the edge of the balcony next to a low-ish table. The other end of the balcony would have low Turkish style seating. And lots and lots of plants in the remaining 'edge' space.

Deco Inspiration: Patios & Terraces

Small balcony in natural tone: white, grey and light brown with little cute & sweet flowers! >< - Using a fit-to-corner bench to make the most of the space & a round table to make it look less cramped

DIY Cement planters

DIY Cement Planters and Garden Globes

DIY: Cement Planters & Orbs - tutorials on how to make these garden pieces + how she mixed the cement mixture. With this info, you can make lots of garden art - via Remodelaholic

Make Your Own Concrete Planters: Concrete planters are made using a small container and a large container as molds. How far you push in the interior container will affect the thickness of the walls of your finished concrete planter. Once finished the foliage and bright blooms of your plants create vivid contrast with the textured gray container. .... excerpted from Concrete Garden Projects by Malin Nilsson and Camilla Arvidsson

Make Your Own Concrete Planters

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