Marybeth Mcfarlane

Marybeth Mcfarlane

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Brick, concrete and stone are quite common materials that you will find on a garden bed border. But why not boost your imagination to change the ordinary and boring borders? Using recycled glass bottles, shipping pallets, clam shells and even logs can make it fresh and different. However, the garden edging is often overlooked though […]

Railway Sleepers Positioned Vertically Constructing a Beautiful Edge For a Raised DIY Garden Bed Edging Ideas Ready to Emphasize Your Greenery

20. Railroad ties and pea gravel make an excellent, water resistant walk. Flanked with succulents and it looks amazing!

Railroad ties and pea gravel make an excellent, water resistant walk. Flanked with succulents and it looks amazing! (Find alternative to chemical treated railroad ties.

32 Stunning Low-Water Landscaping Ideas for Your Garden

cinderblocks sitting around and going to build this garden.as soon as I complete the fire pit project and install the new lamp post .still in the box .

Garden is an important place making you relaxed, comfortable and offering a chance to to stay close the nature. You’re lucky if you already have such a wonderful oasis near the house. But even if you did not have a large enough space, you still have the opportunity to have an oasis if you get [...]

Garden is an important place making you relaxed, comfortable and offering a chance to to stay close the nature. You’re lucky if you already have such a wonderful oasis near the house. But even if you did not have a large enough space, you still have the o

Garden is an important place making you relaxed, comfortable and offering a chance to to stay close the nature. You’re lucky if you already have such a wonderful oasis near the house. But even if you did not have a large enough space, you still have the opportunity to have an oasis if you get [...]

The side path can be made into a more interesting, flowing shape by using larger stones mixed in (to the edges) 32 Stunning Low-Water Landscaping Ideas for Your Garden