Raised Beds inside fence...love the look of this!!! And the Dogs would stay out of the flowers when they are running!

How to Build a Raised Garden Bed

Raised Flower Beds with a Huge Fence as a Background.everyone seems to put these raised beds inside the yard, but I think I'd like them more outside the yard (plus it might be a clever way to make a shorter fence tall enough to keep the dogs in.

Might really be Dutch in origin but essential in a modern country garden

Tulips mixed 'Queen of Night' + 'Snowpeak' purple and white tulip colors together in spring flowering bulbs container garden using old metal tub. LUV the tulips

Small contemporary garden

28 Backyard Seating Ideas

16 Best Modern Garden Design Ideas: Need inspiration for your outdoor space? Look no further than these modern garden design ideas. They're not only easy to maintain, but also look stunning!

'Queen of Night' tulips. They were always in my mother's garden and so I have then in my garden as well.

050714 garden tulips ~ 'Queen of Night' tulips. They were always in my mother's garden and so I have then in my garden as well.

Retractable Roof Pergola - I've got to get rid of the trailer park patio cover I've got now. This would be perfect! I love the pergola look, but would sometimes want the shade, too.

Punctuate the Surface Cut a hole near an edge of the deck and plant your favorite flowers or small trees so they can grow up through the boards.

20 Ways to Upgrade Your Deck

Punctuate the Surface Cut a hole near an edge of the deck and plant your favorite flowers or small trees so they can grow up through the boards / Porch, Deck & Patio

Bleeding Heart >> Dicentra Perfect for an all white garden. Works well in shade, better than the pink variety

Bleeding Heart Starts

Bleeding Heart >> Dicentra Perfect for an all white garden - and mine blooms every single year without any care at all - love it!

Another water-saving project in Menlo Park includes a rock bed with succulents. Courtesy of Ike Edeani.

How to Make Your Garden Water-Free

Another water-saving project in Menlo Park includes a rock bed with succulents including a lovely agave. The black Mexican river rock is a nice touch also. Courtesy of: Ike Edeani

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