Barbed wire balls - I've actually made some of these, they are great in the garden

Barbed wire balls - can they be made around a heavy, large-ish rock, so that they can't be stolen?

Drought-tolerant garden

Drought tolerant garden - Salvaged weathered ironworks contrast against the colourful plant varieties.

Leucadendron Red Gem | Leucadendron salignum 'Safari Magic' • Australian Native Plants ...

Leucadendron salignum 'Safari Magic' part of the Proteaceae family with Purple-Pink flowers avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA

Grevillea 'Austraflora Fanfare' • Australian Native Plants Nursery • Plants • 800.701.6517

Grevillea 'Austraflora Fanfare' [Cultivar] part of the Proteaceae family with Burgundy-red flowers flowering in Spring-summer avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA

Blue fescu How to Use Ornamental Grasses in Midwest Gardens | Midwest Living

How to Use Ornamental Grasses in Midwest Gardens

The Beauty of Ornamental Grasses Use groupings of blue fescue to greet your guests and carry their eye up your walkway. The small size of drought-tolerant blue fescue -- usu.

trickle stream that recycles the water through the course

A trickle stream - it has a pump to recirculate the water to the top. For the lower side of the garden where water collects

Leucodendron laureolum x strobilinum (Summer Sun). Stunning yellow petals with bright red centres, gorgeous spring display.  Ideal for pots and containers.  Use only Australian native potting mix.  Fertilise with Australian native plant fertiliser only.  Suitable for a variety of soil types, but must be well drained.  Prefers a full sun to part shade position. 1.5m x 1.5m.    Grows 1.5m high x 1.5m wide.

Leucodendron Stunning yellow petals with bright red centres, make a gorgeous spring display Ideal for pots and containers If planting into pots, ensure Australian native potting mix is used.Fertilise with Australian native plant fertil.

Inuit Inukshuk Art plus an Arctic Inukshuk project for kids. "Inukshuk means “likeness of a person” in the Inuit language, and is a pile of (unworked) stones arranged by the Inuit into the shape of a human being. They are sometimes seen as representing the strength and determination of the Inuit people, who live in one of the Earth’s harshest climates and terrains."

An Inukshuk Project for Kids: Arctic Art from the Inuit

Stack rocks to make images of people. Inuit Inukshuk Arctic Art- Kid World Citizen

Gabion screen, Acacia cognata 'Limelight', Dietes and dragonflies by Natural Inspirations. Steven Wells garden at Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Hospital, Melbourne

Steven Wells has recently been named ‘Gardener of the Year’ by Gardening Australia for his wonderful sensory rehabilitation garden at the Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Hospital in Melbourne.

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