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DIY Simple Backyard Shade - Put PVC pipe into bucket then pour cement around it. Once dry, put bucket in tall planter, surround bucket w/ gravel, top w/ soil. (Not covering pipe) Stick bamboo pole into pipe & hang fabric w/ ties through grommets.

How to plant a pond  Ponds bring life and movement to a garden, even if you can’t swim in them. But plants are key. First you need oxygenators, which float below the surface and release oxygen, keeping it clear. Half the surface should be covered by floating plants, which shade the water, cooling it and preventing excess algal growth. Marginal plants soften edges and are brilliant for wildlife. Finally, include a water lily or two, which float, but are anchored to the bottom.

Homes & gardens: cool by the pool – the rise of the swimming pond

Swimming Ponds feature for The Guardian Weekend Magazine. To Be Published - August

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How to Repair An Old Trunk

I can just half way glance at a shrub and it shrieks...look at her awesome idea!

How To Install A Drip Line To Your Flower Pots

how to install a drip line to your flower pots, flowers, gardening, landscapes, outdoor living

Before & After: A Barren Backyard Is Brought Back to Life — Studio G

Before & After: A Barren Backyard Is Brought Back to Life

Garden Ideas - May have inherited a few Yucca 'Elephantipes'. Could be nice for screening in the backyard.

Fence & plants Garden Ideas - May have inherited a few Yucca 'Elephantipes'. Could be nice for screening in the backyard.

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Funny pictures about Alligators from recycled tires. Oh, and cool pics about Alligators from recycled tires. Also, Alligators from recycled tires.

Love a door in a garden!

garden door as a trellis outdoors for ivy and plants, so pretty against that brick wall!

1. Plant trees in front of, or instead of a fence. Some people want privacy without having a fence to maintain, or buy. My favorite houses have used rows of trees and shrubs as their fence. Its really pretty, and will give a lot of privacy after a few years.

Would love to make a pathway from the patio to the pool area. Love the idea of building an archway with vines as the entrance into the pool area with a small gate we can lock

For grape vines

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This nice arbor would make a pretty, friendly screen between the side yard and the neighbor.

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