Christine Greggery

Christine Greggery

Christine Greggery
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Ophiopogon nigrescens & gold hakonecholoa | Karl Gercens | Flickr

black mondo grass and gold Japanese forest grass- love how from the right angle the fountain is watering the "green" grass. This fountain in the ravine!

Can't afford that dream deck or in-ground pool you're dying for? There are still ways to get a beautiful backyard that's perfect for entertaining.

Drill holes in your fence and insert marbles! So neat! Wow, drill holes in your fence and insert marbles! So neat! Bring happy to everyone who passes by. a smile guaranteed. By: Homestead Survival

Can't afford that dream deck or in-ground pool you're dying for? There are still ways to get a beautiful backyard that's perfect for entertaining.

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

Can't afford that dream deck or in-ground pool you're dying for? There are still ways to get a beautiful backyard that's perfect for entertaining.

EPSOM SALTS -- considered the secret to a lovely, lush garden. For potted plants, dissolve 2 tbsp. Epsom salts per gallon of water, and substitute this solution for normal watering at least once a month, or sprinkle it into the soil before planting seeds.

Can't afford that dream deck or in-ground pool you're dying for? There are still ways to get a beautiful backyard that's perfect for entertaining.

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.

Can't afford that dream deck or in-ground pool you're dying for? There are still ways to get a beautiful backyard that's perfect for entertaining.

Ground Cover Creeping Sedum - fast-spreading, drought tolerant and easy to keep in check. It grows in the hot, full sun or in the shade. It doesn't seem to have any special soil requirements. In June, it's covered with tiny yellow flowers.