Inexpensive Landscaping Ideas --- really great ideas from lots of resources (from plants at a yard sale to construction sites and more)

Inexpensive Landscaping Ideas

Inexpensive Landscaping Ideas --- really great ideas from lots of resources (from plants at a yard sale to construction sites and more).& I love this photo! Hostas are one of my favorite plants for landscaping

Clematis. This is on a trellis in front of the tree, but they will climb up the tree without a trellis. I have done this on large fir trees with clematis, wysteria and climbing hydrangeas

Clematis growing on a wire frame around the tree. Great idea to add some color to the bottom of your trees! Just wrap feet of chicken wire around the tree trunk!

Corner Grass Garden: full sun to partial shade. 1 zebra grass, 2 fountain grasses, 3 daylilies, & 6 blue fescue grasses.

corner grass garden: full sun to partial shade - 1 zebra grass, 2 fountain grasses, 3 daylilies, and 6 blue fescue grasses

Hide the downspout with a trellis. I really like this idea and it looks great too.

Came across this cracker of an idea to hide those ugly water pipes/rain spouts. Creative and clever. ~ purplehomes: Clever or creative?

23 Landscaping Ideas with Photos.

23 Landscaping Ideas with Photos., this experienced and extremely knowledgable gardener, Mike, is straight talking and chock-full of great ideas. - My Garden

Daylilies and hostas! two hard to kill or in other words, easy to grow plants that make this bed look marvelous! And both plants multiply, too! by LiLyDo

Daylilies and hostas! two hard to kill or in other words, easy to grow plants that make this bed look marvelous! And both plants multiply, too! Daylilies and hostas!

Use geometry to contrast or complement the flowerbed's curving borders repeat in the gentle edging of lawn. Plants chosen in similar hues...lavender, light purple, and fuchsia offer a soothing color for the garden.

Flower Garden Ideas for Your Landscape

Use geometry to contrast or complement the flowerbed's curving borders repeat in the gentle edging of lawn. Plants chosen in similar hues.lavender, light purple, and fuchsia offer a soothing color for the garden- ideas for the azaleas.

beautiful curved flower bed with rock garden and plantings that add color and texture.

I want to do this in the front yard, beautiful curved flower bed with rock garden and plantings that add color and texture.

wow...love the hydrangea border. I want to load up my garden with these.

Hydrangea Border at the Powerscourt Gardens, Ireland -- Hydrangeas might just be my favorite flower, but I really do love them all :)

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Lawn edging is often forgotten as part of yard design, yet it can create details in your outdoor space. Here are a few ideas you can use to take your landscaping to the next level.

Catawba Crape Myrtle zones 7-9 full-partial sun. This lovely shrub can also be trimmed into a small tree. It will have a mature height of about 10-12 feet. It has a spread of around 8 to 12 feet and will be widest at the crown. Front yard: 1st choice!

Must get one - Catawba Crape Myrtle. This lovely shrub can also be trimmed into a small tree. It will have a mature height of about feet. It has a spread of around 8 to 12 feet and will be widest at the crown.

This long-lasting, recycled rubber border keeps grass and weeds from encroaching and lets you mow right along so there’s no need to trim.

Create a Neat Border Edge with Recycled Rubber Mulch Long-lasting, scatter-proof mulch edging always looks crisp and neat Use around flowerbeds and walkways Suppresses weeds better than bark mulch and lasts for years

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