String Light Solution: Hang Patio Lights Using Planters and Wood Posts
Café lights add a gorgeous glow to an outdoor living space, but they can be tricky to hang if you don’t have trees or other tall objects to string them from. Here’s a freestanding solution for hanging lights that uses planters and wood posts. It’s totally temporary, so it’s perfect for renters.
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Creeping Thyme Between Stepping Stones
Last summer, we took a look at a gridded concrete outdoor space with grass for grout between individual concrete squares. With this summer upon us, we’re looking at the idea in a little more detail and were wondering what plant species specifically would work well between stepping stones:Creeping thyme is often used because it is a low, spreading plant that holds up well to foot traffic grazing above from stone to stone.