DIY Dry Creek Beds • Wonderful Ideas and Tutorials!

DIY Dry Creek Beds

Would make for a nice natural break between the hostas and grass I'll be putting in between the backyard trees DIY Dry Creek Beds

Plant Thymes in the cracks of a stone terrace.

Wooly thyme, creeping thyme, "little prince" thyme, and elfin thyme. Spicy Orange thyme, creeping lemon thyme and Caraway thyme are best grown in zones Wooly thyme is best for

Cedar-framed stairs with decorative gravel fill. We need on our back slope next…

Nice idea, but straighten the stairs, lengthen each stair, and make the stair out of rock or brick. -Cedar Landscaping Stairs with Gravel Base image by pistilsdesign - Photobucket

Leuke border met grassen

Designer Judy Kameon wanted Benson's stairs, which are made of landscape ties, to wind through a sea of plants, slowing the uphill walk and inviting visitors to enjoy the colors and textures of grasses and fragrant herbs.

rock and pillow

Add a pillow and then it's a seat! by Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates~idea for rocks/steps on our back yard hill side

Landscape with Rocks

Backyard Boulders, drought tolerant plantings, LOVE all these boulders! I could definitely see using this many in the back yard landscaping, camouflaging a privacy fence, if needed.

Sam Cox landscape design Native garden in a tight inner city space.

Native garden in urban courtyard. Basalt font brings a trickle of water into this tight space

Portfolio | Sam Cox Landscape

Photograph portfolio of native gardens and landscapes designed and built by Australian Landscape designer Sam Cox.

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