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This is incredible gallery that we found what we were traveling in Santa Fe New Mexico the wind in the water in the garden

Perfect for water drainage after a storm, would look lovely as a dry creek bed too.

Perfect for water drainage after a storm, would look lovely as a dry creek bed too. It would be keen to use a smaller aqua pebble in the center to give the impression of water flowing down the creek when it is dry though. It'd be pretty ALL the time ❤

I like the idea of a creek bed without the creek, just the illusion of water.

I like the idea of a creek bed without the creek, just the illusion of water. We actually have a teeny, teeny creek that runs for a very short amount of time every spring, but this would be fun to do.

pink muhly grass - drought resistant, evergreen, tolerates poor soil, requires little water

pink muhly grass - drought resistant, evergreen, tolerates poor soil, requires little water-bed against back of house-pretty from inside too! A red or orange grass might even look better

Well maintained and look natural

Back yard: Beautiful, water-saving dry creek bed in the front yard. I want a bridge designed somehow/somewhere in my flower bed

Tea Pot water fountain! Must figure out a way to put this in my garden. I adore the sound of running water in a garden and this is so simple and fantastic!

I adore the sound of running water in a garden and this is so simple and fantastic!

Grow the Prettiest Hydrangeas — Here’s How! Growing Hydrangeas, How to Grow Hydrangeas, Hydrangea Growing Tips and Tricks, Flower Gardening, Flower Gardening Hacks, Gardening 101, Outdoor DIY, Outdoor Projects

Grow the Prettiest Hydrangeas - Here's How! - Page 2 of 7

How to Grow Hydrangeas - Everything you need to know about growing hydrangeas to make them thrive. Find out where & when to plant, likes & dislikes, watering, fertilising, maintenance and transplanting tips plus a gallery of gorgeous blooms to inspire.

Beach Gnomes  -  You will often see little surf birds running in the sand between waves feeding on the little salt water bugs. They’re very fast, but not as fast as our little sand gnomes. At times, they are just a blur as they also try to gather up little goodies from the surf. These guys are the ultimate beachcombers for sure. If you are walking a surf line at night, keep a sharp eye out. I wonder if infrared detectors would work?

Gnome Stories at Whimsical Woods: Beach/Dune Gnomes

Rain barrel for collecting rain water and using it for watering plants

Rain barrel for collecting rain water and using it for watering plants, could also be used as a rotating water storage in your emergency prep supplies.

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