DIY garden concrete stepping stones!

DIY Concrete stepping stones using cut rubber door mats for scrollwork impression. DIY Concrete stepping stones using cut rubber door mats for scrollwork impression.

Use rope lighting to line your garden | 51 Budget Backyard DIYs That Are Borderline Genius

Solar rope lights in the garden. I LOVE this idea, it can be used in a number of of different uses in the yard, high lighting the path to the front and back doors. lighting up the gazebo (or any focus point in your yard that will make a comfortable area t

Bamboo garden-yard...backyard - screen I think this might be a great way to move shade around if you planted it in pots with casters

Bamboo - dramatic specimen plant when grown in a large container (where it can't spread). It makes a perfect, fast-growing screen. 20 feet or more. Full sun and moist, but well-drained soil. Grows well in a container.

"for peaceful, non-stinging" bees. This is a good guidelines for choosing friends, too.

Mason Bee House Boost your garden's productivity by providing a happy home for peaceful, non-stinging Mason bees. Slightly smaller than honeybees, mason bees are incredible pollinators. Each one visits as many as 1000 blooms per day — 20 times as many

Bamboo.planters for garage wall. make pots from concrete pavers. pinch bamboo from mum's garden.

Bamboo in planters. Buy the thicker bamboo and use as a barrier/fence. Easy to take care of.

Here is the glow in the dark paint - use it on outside planters, fence posts, furniture, tree bases, poles, etc....the list is endless!

Use this on the planters to make them glow in the dark! - Rust-Oleum Glow-In-The-Dark Brush-on Paint - BLICK art materials paint on glass light replacement ball shaped covers turn upside down in lawn or in planter.

Buy a pot you like and use Rustoleums Glow-in-the-dark paint. Paint absorbs sunlight and glows at night. AWESOME!

DIY - Glow in the dark pots with mums for fall/Halloween. Buy a flower pot that you really like and use Rustoleum's Glow-in-the-dark paint to paint the pot. During the day, the paint will absorb the sunlight and at night the pots will glow.


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