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Utomhusklinker Stone Grey

Utomhusklinker Stone Grey

love the BLACK- would look fab in winter too

concrete pads and aggregate. This is exactly how my family should have fixed the hill in our backyard growing up! No grasses though, attract snakes!

a "cluster" of boxwoods makes it more interesting than if placed symmetrical -- because the stones are. It's a nice foil.

10 DIY Awesome and Interesting Ideas For Great Gardens 2

build deck around a wanted plant already growing.

Courtyard Garden with Limestone Patio with Hardwood Deck and Framed Japanese Maple. Is a good understory tree in North Texas or to plant in an area that gets afternoon shade.

landscape designer Steve Siegrist reclaimed fence bench by meredith {dityfleur}, via Flickr

On a tight budget? This has been achieved with a recycled timber, some breeze blocks a lick of paint. The trick to the style is to stick to a limited colour palette which brings harmony - but also a great contrast in the textures of the materials.

Stephen Orr's 'Tomorrow's Garden' — In Seaver and Speck's backyard, landscape architect Tessier had the idea to add six African sumac trees to shade an elegant outdoor dining room. He left enough space for a vegetable garden and a bit of lawn for the clients' young daughter.

In Seaver and Speck's backyard, landscape architect Tessier had the idea to add six African sumac trees to shade an elegant outdoor dining room. He left enough space for a vegetable garden and a bit of lawn for the clients' young daughter.

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