Emma Buick
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Immune-Boosting Paleo Blueberry Smoothie-Packed with protein from chia seeds and walnuts. #smoothie #paleo #healthy http://livedan330.com/2015/01/03/immune-boosting-paleo-blueberry-smoothie/

Immune-Boosting Paleo Blueberry Smoothie- this is my go-to smoothie to stay healthy. If I get an itch in my throat, or start feeling even a little bit groggy I whip this up. Plus, it is packed with protein from chia seeds and walnuts.

Found on Google from pinterest.com

Found on Google from pinterest.com

Applying sleepers vertical and at different sizes dramatically improves the effect in a natural bush style garden. Well positioned large rocks adds the next level of charm. Critic by John Dodd.  Original text Parkdale, Victoria

Applying sleepers vertical and at different sizes dramatically improves the effect in a natural bush style garden. Well positioned large rocks adds the next level of charm. Critic by John Dodd.

Going to be planting a couple of these in my auzzie garden :) Xanthorrhoea preissii

Xanthorrhoea preissii [Grass Tree] part of the Xanthorrhoeaceae family with White flowers flowering in When it is ready! avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA

HOME DZINE Garden | Sustainable garden design inspiration

Side Yard Landscaping With Decomposed Granite. This side yard landscaped with stones, evergreens and decomposed granite.

rocks, native grasses, dry river bed to direct floodwater

The Canterbury inner city landscape has been designed to maximize compact space. Utilizing water efficient Australian native plants and a water runoff system that supports a vegetable garden.

Rugged path    Billowy grasses and dry-climate perennials give this pebbly path in Paso Robles, CA, a rugged look.

Rugged path: Billowy grasses and dry-climate perennials give this pebbly path in Paso Robles, CA, a rugged look. Design: Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture, Los Osos, CA

path to a secret garden.

Having discussed with the builder I think we can achieve a more gentle climb to the top using a mix of sloping paths and steps on the lower level. Would be sleeper and aggregate/bark materials rather than gravel which would be a pain with the lawn.