Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting.

Use rocks to separate two areas, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. on January 2013 in Home Decor 3 Advertisement Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting

Marinas trädgård

Using a concrete bowl (made from a rhubard leaf) as a succulant plant holder. Would be lovely as a bath or food holder för birds.

Twould be amazing to share this with a special someone. (via The Rustic Wilderness of Finland - Entouriste)

Love the stone path on top of the gravel! Also love that the path leads to a comfy chair in a little hideaway :-)

Good idea for a path from the front driveway by the garden across the side yard to the back next to the fence to continue along the fence and along the perimeter of the yard.

Lindas trädgårdsblogg | trädgård - trädgårdsprojekt - trädgårdsdesign: En kväll i Infings trädgård

Lindas trädgårdsblogg | trädgård - trädgårdsprojekt - trädgårdsdesign: En kväll i Infings trädgård

Japanska lönnar - Purple Area

Awesome concrete pots with Japanese maple trees. Perfect for your deck, porch, patio, or even in the garden.

DIY Tractor Tire Garden Pond… (What an awesome idea!) Great idea for the tractor tire in mom’s back yard!

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