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A fantastically thorough article about different types of moss and how to grow them in your own landscape. So much information!

A fantastically thorough article about different types of moss and how to grow them in your own landscape. So much information!

DIY Garden Steps & Stairs • Lots of ideas, tips & tutorials! Including, from '2 minute gardener', this great tutorial on making landscape timber stairs.

Step by Step! : DIY Garden Steps & Outdoor Stairs

DIY Garden Steps & Stairs • Lots of ideas, tips & tutorials! Including, from '2 minute gardener', this great tutorial on making landscape timber stairs.

The Landscape Designer Is In: Playing Matchmaker Between a House and its Site: Gardenista

The Landscape Designer Is In: Playing Matchmaker Between a House and its Site

Cor-Ten steel forms the garden’s walls and stairs—and alludes to the iron-mining heritage of the surrounding land. Mint, chives, chard, and tomatoes fill discreet stepped beds.

rythm, repetition and balace by Outer Space Landscape Architecture | San Francisco Bay Area

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The Stone Gardener / repinned on toby designs Concrete Pad, Concrete Garden, Concrete Pavers, Concrete Stone, Concrete Retaining Walls, Pattern Concrete, Smooth Concrete, Pebble Stone, Concrete Color

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concrete patio, pebble filled expansion joints, pebble filled garden, colored concrete retaining wall, contrasting colored stairs flow into the patio grade

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Garden Screening Ideas - These seven garden screening ideas will certainly give you the privacy you want, but not make your garden feel like an encased fortress.

Decomposed-granite steps edged with concrete nudge this path upslope in a backyard in Portola Valley, California. Because the steps taper from 8 feet wide at the bottom to 3 feet wide at the top, they appear to cover more ground than they do. (A Cor-Ten steel wall enhances the effect; from a 4 1/2-foot base, it shrinks to 2 feet high at the top.) Dasylirion and dwarf lavender line the path. Stairs, Ladder, Staircases, Stairway, Ladders, Stairways

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To create the garden landscaping seem beautiful and attractive, plant large shrubs along the outside of the fence.

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