Who Needs Flowers To Create a Beautiful Planter?
This planter needed some light for the dark corner area. So instead of planting flowers, we planted this dark metal planter with lime green potato vine, variegated ivy and some nasturtiums. I know that the nasturtiums will eventually bloom, but that's not the focus of adding them.
This tutorial is created for beginners curious about building stone retaining walls, 3 feet in elevation or much shorter, utilizing a dry-walling or "dry-stack" method. Various other products that could be used for such a job include landscape hardwoods or restored railroad ties, concrete, as well as landscaping block (such as you commonly see in your home renovation stores). But the step-by-step instructions supplied below are meant specifically for walls developed of rock.
Easy DIY Concrete Planter
This towel drenched in concrete looked disgusting—until we saw what she did next! This is so cool! Each month, a group of blog friends and I get together to make a project around one common ingredient from Home Depot.
80+ Elegant Wooden And Stone Front Porch Ideas
Front porch is a place that the first people see when your house is visited by anyone. Front porch is also the first spot for greeting the guest who come to your house. That’s why, front porch must be made… Continue Reading →
How to Build a Retaining Wall
Retaining walls often are used to manage steep slopes in a landscape. They not only prevent erosion, but also create flat space for a garden bed, patio or a hedge. Add a smart, secure retaining wall to your cabin landscape plan with these straightforward steps.
Stairs on hill side walkout. 60% complete – #Complete #Hill #side #Stairs #walkout - All About
Stairs on hill side walkout. 60% complete #Complete #Hill #side #Stairs #walkout
Step by Step! : DIY Garden Steps & Outdoor Stairs • The Garden Glove
DIY Garden Steps and Stairs • A round-up with great ideas & tutorials of step and stair projects for the garden and yard!