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Moss garden // Great Gardens & Ideas // Gardeners are using it all kinds of different decorative ways this year, it is everywhere!

For the love of moss rocks :: A path edged with decorative rounded pebbles and moss mounds with Pachysandra terminalis in the Japanese garden Satoyama Lif - Gardening Ideas

Moss garden  // Great Gardens & Ideas // Gardeners are using it all kinds of different decorative ways this year, it is everywhere!

For the love of moss rocks :: A path edged with decorative rounded pebbles and moss mounds with Pachysandra terminalis in the Japanese garden Satoyama Lif - Gardening Ideas

6 Steps to Make a Rain Garden:  Rain gardens filter runoff and protect groundwater, especially after big rains. They also add unexpected beauty to low spots that tend to collect water and draw wildlife. Here's how to make a rain garden in your own landscape.

6 Steps to Make a Rain Garden: Rain gardens filter runoff and protect groundwater, especially after big rains. They also add unexpected beauty to low spots that tend to collect water and draw wildlife. Here's how to make a rain garden in your own landsca

soft, feminine planting up against handsome, masculine building; design by Giardino Segreto

Russian sage, Verbena bonariensis, Mexican Feather grass, Miscanthus, purple and grey plant combination design by Giardino Segreto

Decorative Pot and a Small Rock Garden, from Xeriscape Design Westlake Texas, post by Landscape Design Mid Cities' Photostream.

Decorative Pot and a Small Rock Garden, from Xeriscape Design Westlake Texas, post by Landscape Design Mid Cities' Photostream. Also love the rock on the house

Hostas are a topnotch groundcover for shady areas. Plant them on a tough-to-mow hillside to create a lovely, carefree garden bed.  If you have a steep slope that water runs down so quickly the soil can't absorb moisture, try breaking up the hill with rocks or other barriers. It will slow the flow of water.

*need more hostas!* - Hostas are a topnotch groundcover for shady areas. Plant them on a tough-to-mow hillside to create a lovely, carefree garden bed.

Help color pop in your garden by planting matching blooms in large groups. More ways to add color to your garden: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/design/color/color-in-the-garden/?socsrc=bhgpin051413plantgroups=8

Plant En Masse- Large groups of a single hue make more of an impact than smaller clusters, so coordinate your plants to create big drifts of color.