Aubrieta are excellent for steep banks - they suppress weeds, help stabilise the soil and are low maintenance.

Aubrieta on steep bank Ground cover plants such as Aubrieta are excellent for steep banks - they suppress weeds, help stabilise the soil and are low maintenance.

Moss phlox,  Great ground cover/trailing plant for rock walls etc. would be great down by the pond.

Phlox subulata, or Moss phlox, Nagano, Japan. Great ground cover/trailing plant for rock walls etc.

DIY outdoor bar 2

DIY outdoor bar, full instructions with plans using ikea wooden crates and decking (Diy Pallet Crate)

Lovely pretty garden shed / summer house Photo by mrs_button on Instragram

Part 3 of our collection of amazingly awesome cubby houses. Gather ideas for the ultimate cubby house hideaway for your kids! Don’t forget to check out Part 1 & 2 for even more cubby inspiration.

Urban garden and no grass? You can still create something pretty with painted outdoor furniture, accessories and bunting

Outdoor space with decking and pastel painted table and chairs

Give your garden a beachy vibe with painted garden furniture in green, blue, purple and pink pastels. String up some bunting in similar shades and place enamelware garden accessories around

Antler Hose Holder ♥ SO cUte!

Pink garden hose with awesome antler holder! I want the antler thing ASAP, the adorable pink hose can wait until we aren't living in an apt and we actually have a use for it!

For the rock wall (but not as full), abretia (rock cress), yellow alyssum, and iberis (candytuft)

Rock Garden Ideas

Wall Rock Garden Ideas - Think vertical with a wall rock garden idea. This article will show you wonderful rock garden ideas and photos.

Great success with planting a slope has to do with the types of plants you use. Here are some great tips, ideas and photos. For low maintenance, be sure to use drought tolerant plants!

Landscaping Steep Slopes

Great success with planting a slope has to do with the types of plants you use. Here are some great tips, ideas and photos. For low maintenance, be sure to use drought tolerant plants! by millie

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