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Tidying up in my garden - I love my secondhand wheelbarrow

Tidying up in my garden - I love my secondhand wheelbarrow

Great transformation of a standard stucco 50/60s rancher using rustic wood as a sheathing.

Rehab Diary: A New Rustic Facade for a Ranch House

Tucked inconspicuously among a block of innocuous stucco ranch houses on a side street in St. Helena in Napa County, CA, a reclaimed wood facade attracts instant notice. A closer inspection reveals a surprise:

Yellowwood....state bicentennial tree of Tennessee in 1991. The yellowwood has wisteria-like blossoms in spring (approximately one foot long) and the leaves turn a bright gold in autumn.

American Yellowwood - fragrant drooping panicles of white flowers in early summer. - smooth, silvery bark, “second-best to beech” - fall foliage is a soft yellow - It grows 30 to 50 feet tall with a wider spread - Hardy in Zones 4 to

Before & After: A Brooklyn Townhouse with a Double-Wide Garden

Before & After: A Brooklyn Townhouse with a Double-Wide Garden

(pretty backyard garden) Kim Hoyt Architect Boerum Hill Brooklyn Garden with Trellis and Stone Path, Gardenista

I love this idea for my greenhouse! A different "framed plant each month.This is will be fun! A Framed Lobelia....

I love this idea for my greenhouse! A different "framed plant each month.This is will be fun! A Framed Lobelia Would look awesome on my front porch!

CLEMATIS POWOJNIK 'MISS BATEMAN'

Clematis "Miss Bateman"

Some gardeners never spend a minute thinking about design. Others (like me) can spend a year finding the perfect spot for a rock. The person who created the garden shown above, definitely thought a lot about design. If you have a shady place in your yard, you can steal some great ideas from this little jewelbox of a garden. Foliage color. Shade gardens are always more about

7 Design Tips for Shady Gardens

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