This would be a great way to upcycle a nice but broken frost damaged pot...Love this! Planted this in my front garden stayed bloomed all summer

Blue Lobelia spilling out of the planter. suttonbend Blue Lobelia spilling out of the planter. Blue Lobelia spilling out of the planter.

Lanterns for the garden. Shared by www.nwquiltingexpo.com #nwqe #garden

A Simple Lighting Trick to Create the Illusion of More Space

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Outdoor fireplace, tiered landscaping, and curved path. The raw Copper path lights that will patina over time will look great and unique for years to come. Having the low voltage landscape lighting make these backyard ideas picturesque day and night.

7 DIY Outdoor Lighting Ideas to Light Your Garden This Summer | Bridgman Furniture & Outdoor Living Blog

Rope lighting in flower beds. This works perfect for lighting a walkway. I used the rope light holders that stick in the ground and cut off half the spike.

Would love to put a sign like this outside or in a flower garden

This could be fun in back yard as kids read the books they could add the sign. New project for the backyard!

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Créer son jardin en pots : trucs et inspiration

Garden in White… Spring white containers with bulbs. Beautiful and perfect for those with a smaller patio only garden

This is how to transform your backyard.

You Need To See These Transformative Backyard Before & Afters

These 35 two-tone kitchen cabinets will reinsure your favorite spot in the house with contemporary style and original detailing.

Red valerian adds a pop of hot pink to any garden. It's easy to grow and is loved by several butterflies, hummingbird hawkmoths and some bumblebees #homesfornature

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Must plants in the front garden! Red valerian adds a pop of hot pink to any garden. It's easy to grow and is loved by several butterflies, hummingbird hawkmoths and some bumblebees

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