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Coast & country landscape design

Fiona Brockhoff Design is a landscape design practice that offers a personal experience. Our commitment is to design a beautiful and practical garden for each situation. Website by themightywonton.com and workartlife.com

Stairs and Garden edging

Coast & country landscape design

Fiona Brockhoff Design is a landscape design practice that offers a personal experience. Our commitment is to design a beautiful and practical garden for each situation. Website by themightywonton.com and workartlife.com

upside-down wine bottles as a colorful garden edging. Now, if I only knew someone who drinks wine!

Recycled Garden Borders

Reused, recycled and reclaimed materials make great borders in the garden. The key to making these materials work is consistency – use materials that are of a similar size, material, color or…

WABI SABI Scandinavia - Design, Art and DIY.

WABI SABI Scandinavia - Design, Art and DIY.

Wabi Sabi Art + Design from a Scandinavian perspective Natural elegance Scandinavian modern Harmonious style Creative spaces Clever DIY Tutorial

Gabion garden edging filled with old clay garden pieces, recycled bricks, clay pots etc..

Burpee Unveils the World's First Purple Strawberry at the Philadelphia Flower Show

A new purple strawberry is coming to a garden near you. The W. Atlee Burpee Company will carry exclusive rights to this new introduction from Cornell University.

Creative Idea: Mosaic-covered bricks for garden edging. The dark-colored grout gives it depth. ~ebm

stone garden edging  -- I'd like this around the flowers

Stone

Decorate with stone inside the home with a stacked stone fireplace or outside with a stone patio or retaining wall with inspirational ideas from HGTV.com.

Cement block garden edging??  That is really cool, and probably relatively inexpensive.  Hmmm....

Along the edge

One of my raised beds is constructed from cement blocks (some dragged up from the beach...my sister's idea!). I've tried various things in the holes around the edge...summer savory, dill, marigolds. Two days ago, I bought some lobelia that was greatly reduced in price (peanuts really), planted them in most of the holes as a border...I like the way they almost glow against the concrete.