10 DIY Outdoor Bars! ~ With outdoor spaces being extensions of the indoors in today's homes, making a DIY bar just seems like a dang good idea. And if you don’t prefer to serve alcohol, use your DIY bar to serve the best iced tea around!  ~ #1. Our featured photo, is a tiled outdoor bar. It has a full tutorial, with step by step drawings. What a great style for a mediterranean or exotic feel to your garden! I love the corrugated metal, it keeps this project looking updated.

10 DIY Outdoor Bars! ~ With outdoor spaces being extensions of the indoors in today's homes, making a DIY bar just seems like a dang good idea. And if you don’t prefer to serve alcohol, use your DIY bar to serve the best iced tea around! ~ #1. Our featured photo, is a tiled outdoor bar. It has a full tutorial, with step by step drawings. What a great style for a mediterranean or exotic feel to your garden! I love the corrugated metal, it keeps this project looking updated.

Spectacular Blankets: Using Groundcover Plants to Your Advantage | Landscaping Ideas and Hardscape Design | HGTV

Spectacular Blankets: Using Groundcover Plants to Your Advantage | Landscaping Ideas and Hardscape Design | HGTV

Low water perennials-Ornamental Grass Ornamental grasses vary a lot, from thirsty sedges to drought tolerant fountain grass. Our pick for today is a fountain grass (Pennisetum) “Hameln”. Well behaved and neatly mounded with fine strappy foliage, this grass grows to 2 feet and sends up stalks of  white plumes in early-mid summer. This grass is an easy grower in full sun, and loves a hot, dry spot. This variety does not reseed. Zones 5-9. What’s not to love!

Low water perennials-Ornamental Grass Ornamental grasses vary a lot, from thirsty sedges to drought tolerant fountain grass. Our pick for today is a fountain grass (Pennisetum) “Hameln”. Well behaved and neatly mounded with fine strappy foliage, this grass grows to 2 feet and sends up stalks of white plumes in early-mid summer. This grass is an easy grower in full sun, and loves a hot, dry spot. This variety does not reseed. Zones 5-9. What’s not to love!

Narcissus. Native to meadows and woods in Europe, North Africa and West Asia, with a center of distribution in the Western Mediterranean.

Narcissus. Native to meadows and woods in Europe, North Africa and West Asia, with a center of distribution in the Western Mediterranean.

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