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Dragonfly in garden

One of the best Dandelion flower photographs I've seen. By Linda Stokes.

STORMY™ _ One of the best Dandelion flower photographs I've seen. By Linda Stokes.

Concentrate on the landscaping around your garden shed to anchor it and soften the edges. Create displays on each side of your shed for by c...

She shed. - Concentrate on the landscaping around your garden shed to anchor it and soften the edges. Create displays on each side of your shed for lots of visual appeal. It will keep your guests wondering what is on the other side!

Cosmos.  And some are native here.  I'd love to have my own hunk of prairie in my yard.

Do you not just wish to run through them, snatching hand-bouquets of fragrant wildflowers as you pass, run and running until you reach home, where you find a large ceramic pitcher? It's only a dream of mine. I don't even own a ceramic pitcher.

3-20 As you go out the back door there is a small shade garden going up the slope to the edge of the property with a small sitting area for  relaxing.

Idea for East area outside sun room - small seating area. Hillside woodland path to seating area.

Would be a pretty way to define a garden room

Little spiral garden. The spiral path is an old practice used as meditation, prayer. Concentrate only on the path before you.

Grow Your Own Mushrooms http://offbeathome.com/2011/04/how-to-grow-mushrooms

How to grow your own mushrooms for fun, deliciousness, and protein

I started out as a mycophobe, picking mushrooms off pizza and turning up my nose at cream of mushroom soup. But once I started growing my own I discovered a wide world of delicious flavors.

If you listen closely, im sure theres faeries sing on the breeze... oh for this to be my back yard

Moss and stone yard.We have a section of yard that seems to love moss. This is an idea. Just let the moss grow instead of fighting it. It is easy to pull weeds in moss.

from the stone art blog- the work shown here is " by Vermont Stonemason/ Artist Thea Alvin who is also an instructor at the Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Warren, Vermont, where she is running courses in 'The Art of Stone' and 'Masonry Restoration'. She is also in the process of writing a book." and has a website  http://www.myearthwork.com./

This is the extraordinary work of Thea Alvin an artist, sculptor and dry stone mason based in Morrisville, Vermont, USA. Locked together with gravity, inspired by nature and Thea's love of mathematics.

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