Joanne Simpson

Joanne Simpson

Joanne Simpson
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Pick the flatest side of the rock when landscaping edging

Garden edging ideas add an important landscape touch. Find practical, affordable and good looking edging ideas to compliment your landscaping.

Wonderful mix of material for garden path. Cobblestone sectioned between random pattern of bricks (reclaimed bricks offer a softer mellow tone of age along with irregular edges) and plantings of different types of thyme.  Bordered with bricks as well.

nice path of combined 'found' materials - bricks, rocks and stones. Note that path is slightly depressed in middle. The Stone Gardener / on TTL Design

Rock garden with Creeping thyme, early blue violets, fire witch, pussy toes, and succulents. Early blue violets are great for growing in rock crevices. - Gardening Gazebo

For along the fence Rock garden with Creeping thyme, early blue violets, fire witch, pussy toes, and succulents. Early blue violets are great for growing in rock crevices.

Garden                                                                                                                                                                                 Mais

Garden is an important place making you relaxed, comfortable and offering a chance to to stay close the nature. You’re lucky if you already have such a wonderful oasis near the house. But even if you did not have a large enough space, you still have the o

Inexpensive path. Sprinkle baking soda on the dirt twice a year and nothing will grow

if you sprinkle baking soda on the dirt twice a year, nothing will grow there. Sprinkle baking soda twice a year on dirt and nothing with grow there

Photo: Douglas Gibb/GAP Interiors; (Paint Dab) Brian Henn/Time Inc. Digital Studio | thisoldhouse.com | from No-Fail Colors for Living Spaces

Behr Twilight Blue wall with large clock face illustrating no-fail paint shades for living spaces