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The Perfect Rock Wall Landscaping Plants ~ Bless My Weeds

A rock wall is tricky, but if you know the perfect rock wall landscaping plants, you can dress it up right! Let me show you what plants work well for landscaping a rock wall.

Nice stone patio and walkway (for when we build in the woods SOME DAY)

BG Stairs by Eirian-stock on DeviantArt

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Dry stone wall forming raised borders

Dry stone walling fo... stock photo by Michael King, Image: 0313175

Dry stone walling forming raised borders for Asters and shrubs, with Apple tre... Image:0313175 - Stock photo from GAP Gardens, garden & plant photography

enchanting garden with shade loving plants and low, stacked stone retaining walls.


enchanting garden with shade loving plants and low, stacked stone retaining walls.

A great garden includes more than just plants. Incorporate a structure, such as an arbor or pergola, a fence, or a stone retaining wall. Choose a material that complements your garden style and fits within your budget.

Fall Landscaping Ideas

See how two great gardeners -- one on the East Coast and one on the West -- created knock-your-socks-off fall yards -- and learn how you can do the same.

Leaf Magazine Autumn 2012 - Classic Cape -

Leaf Magazine Autumn 2012

Celebrate a year of design outside!

I love rocks.  The one souvenir I bring home from every travel experience is a rock or two.  This spectacular wall by one of my two or three art heroes, Andy Goldsworthy, is so many things I love.  It is natural, different, appealing to the eye and soul.  It is just breathtaking.  This is:  Wall 52 by Andy Goldsworthy. And this is my favorite pin on my board called ROCK + WOOD

Storm King Art Center

Garden Entrance

Dianthus carthusianorum

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L'Occitane Garden, designer James Towillis

Tradition, romantik och cottage... (Chelsea del 4)

Trendiga och riktigt moderna trädgårdar kan verkligen kan få en att gå ner i spagat och säga 'wow'!! Jag tilltalas av nytänkande formgivning som får tankarna att sväva i ett kreativt moln. Men när det kommer till kritan är det de mer bohemiska cottage-gardens och traditionellt engelska trädgårdarna som jag känner mest för. Ta till exempel den här gulliga trädgården som är en hyllning till ett par som startade en plantskola för 60 år sedan med extra kärlek för tallar och barrträd. Det är…

Daisies by a stone wall

The Swenglish Home

In my home town... Dearest blog readers, With very little to blog about on the home front... ... I took a stroll around my little home town the other day... ... and for a Swede missing her beloved Swedish tradition of the Midsummer festivities last week... ... these views offered a small consolation... ... for the absence of silly songs and jumping like frogs around a phallic pole... ... but only just...! Again, thank you new readers and old, for stopping by my Swenglish blog world. Thank…

Whimsical Raindrop Cottage, pictureperfectforyou: peony and iris border...

Whimsical Raindrop Cottage

pictureperfectforyou: “ peony and iris border (door Muffet) ”

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.reminds me of my Granddaddy Beaver's old bucket he would mix plant food and stuff in....his garden was so pretty!! He LOVED gardening!! <3 :)


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Lichen on stone, trim boxwoods, old fork

The Swenglish Home

September... with that spring feeling... ?! Dear blog readers, I hope you have had a lovely summer and that September and the reality of back-to-school/work did not hit you too hard... Perhaps you even welcomed it? The leaves are beginning to change colour here in the UK and I find myself seeking out maples and other colour-generous autumn providers, just to see if they are "on fire" yet and marvel at nature's magic. And then there is the odd surprise to brighten one's Tuesday. Like the…