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All Stuff: DIY Garden Mushroom - Made with terra cotta pots and drain trays.

Put this out back for Aurora~All Stuff: DIY Garden Mushroom - Made with terra cotta pots and drain trays. What a cute kids stool for the garden!

Down the Rabbit Hole and into Wonderland...  This was the entrance to my daughter's Alice in Wonderland themed party.  I re-purposed an old wedding arch and covered it in brown fabric, colorful flowers, and butterflies to create the rabbit hole.  Tree stumps from our backyard topped with "mushroom caps"  created larger than life toadstools.  You can even see the white rabbit left his footprints behind...Oh Mr. Rabbit!!!

Down the Rabbit Hole entrance - this is a lot, but I do really like the bunny footprints

Beth Chatto's Gravel Garden. Cool colors in a hot garden: allium Nigrum is planted with veronica 'Kapitan', stachys byzantia, and a. cristophii.

Allium Nigrum and a very wide selection of allium bulbs in the UK, try Bloms. Cool colors in a hot garden: allium Nigrum is planted with veronica 'Kapitan', stachys byzantia, and a cristophii.

Herbs: Fantastically versatile in the kitchen, thyme (Thymus vulgare) is also great for growing in pots or along the edge of paths. Discover more about how to grow it at: http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/thymus-vulgare/350.html Photo: Paul Debois

Scutellaria scordifolia

Favorite herb--thyme: courage & strength, And it's beautiful with eggs, chicken, and mushrooms.

Bunnies butterfly mushrooms and flowers blue pink: by archsehgal

‘’a good investor will seek to build relationships based on a true spirit of partnership by being supportive and available in good times as well as during the more difficult periods’’ Mr Gilles Jr Herard

Learn how to make these super cute DIY garden stools using tree trunks and tyres! They look just like mushroom toadstools and are perfect for little bums!

Make Garden Stools That Look Like Toadstools

Excellent writeup - original info - for dry shady area.  ..Shady business: There are plenty of plants that will thrive away from sunlight      -   What do you do with that dry, sheltered patch in the garden? Don't just stick a shed there, says Graham Rice   - P. setiferum

Shady business: There are plenty of plants that will thrive away from sunlight

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