How do you identify your plants in the garden after you have planted the seed? I usually use Garden Markers to help me to know what plants are what.

Garden Marker Ideas

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Outdoor Kitchen and Fire pit Urban Courtyard for Entertaining. Inspired Garden Design - Urban Courtyard

Urban Courtyard for Entertaining by Inspired Garden Design

Outdoor Entertaining Urban Courtyard for Entertaining. Inspired Garden Design - Urban Courtyard - Garden Tips and Tricks

Love this for Philly and/or beach. Would use corrugated metal as wall and add a small sink - maybe made from a flower pot. Outdoors Kitchen | Remodelista

Beyond the Barbecue: 15 Modern Outdoor Kitchens

Replace the back garden off the deck with this? Have a slot for the BBQ and wood storage? A great idea for BBQ area and storage.

want this in my back yard This website I could spend hours on there is so many ideas for your house. landscaping and seriously everything you could possibly imagine.

Want this in my back yard. I could spend hours on this website; there are so many ideas for your house, landscaping and seriously everything you could possibly imagine.

Love this small but perfectly designed and manicured garden || Tall pots in beds - Louise del Balzo Garden Design

Love this small but perfectly designed and manicured garden - tall pots in beds - Louise del Balzo Garden Design

Add Drama with Turf Get creative with an outdoor space by finding ways to make your lawn part of the design. Here, the circular patch of grass adds to the flow of the landscape and softens the transition between hardscapes. It also acts as a design element, playing off the round heads of flowering hydrangeas, circular container gardens, and stepping-stones off the back door.

Step-by-Step Patio Planning

Well-designed small garden with patio - angled design makes it feel more spacious. There is something for everyone - flower beds, hard surface, soft cool green grass in which to sink your bare feet, potted plants, rose-covered vertical space

Mini Manhattan garden At just 1,200 square feet, this is the second smallest house in Manhattan. When two architects, Anne Fairfax and Richard Sammons, bought it, they transformed it to create a bijou interior with a sense of spaciousness that belies its exterior appearance. Leading out of the kitchen is a small enclosed garden with ivy topiary.

Mini Manhattan garden

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