Garden Stuff

1,338 Pins
 1d
Collection by
How to Grow Pitcher Plants (Sarracenia) Outdoors | Gardener’s Path

Carnivorous Bog Garden

5 Pins
15 Cute Small Water Plants for Mini Container Water Gardens

Ponds

67 Pins

Borders

11 Pins
37 Garden Border Ideas To Dress Up Your Landscape Edging
Love all the colors.

Edging

44 Pins
The Daisy and Lupine Seed Combo creates an instant cottage garden feel in any sunny spot in the garden. This classic combination features drought-tolerant, easy-to-grow perennial Lupine and non-invasive Shasta Daisies. Perfect for garden beds, meadows, and anywhere in between. Offers up armfuls of cut flowers year after year and attracts pollinators to the garden. Deer resistant. (Lupinus perennis and Chyrsanthemum maximum)
Bearded Iris Care: How to Avoid 5 Common Growing Problems
Partial Shade Wildflower Seed Mix | American Meadows

Flowers

48 Pins
A Traffic Stopping Front Yard Garden - Here She Grows
Simple Landscaping Idea For Decorating Front Yard
The Elements of Cottage Garden Design

Front Yard Landscaping

31 Pins
Awesome Wildlife Garden Ideas - GBD Blog
Charlton Home® Gabir Celeste Birdbath | Wayfair

Garden Art

50 Pins
Rethinking lawn with native yarrow | Entertainment | theunion.com
Ground Covers For Suppressing Weeds - Great Garden Plants Blog
Ground covers are powerhouses when it comes to the garden. They effortlessly fill those tough-to-grow sites that are usually ignored.

Ground Cover

9 Pins
10 Elements of a Zen Japanese Garden | Want to create a relaxing spot in your garden but need some inspiration to get going? Click here to find the 10 elements of a zen Japanese garden.

Japanese Garden

20 Pins
Native plant resources for the Pacific Northwest - King County, Washington
Northwest Native Plant Guide
PT 755 Fleur de Lawn® - Pro Time Lawn Seed

No Mow Lawn

4 Pins
Primula: Shooting Star | Portland Nursery
<em>Primula pulchellum:</em> Few-Flowered Shooting Star
sidalcea campestris

PNW Native Plants

23 Pins
Follow our guide on growing panicle hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata), an easy plant that loves the heat with many colorful selections to choose from.
Pruning hydrangeas can seem complex due to the different varieties and their specific needs. However, with the right knowledge, you can ensure healthy growth and abundant blooms. Here's how and when to prune your hydrangeas to enjoy the most flowers from these hard-working shrubs.

Pruning Tips

12 Pins
Wood Stamped Concrete | How To - YouTube
28 Beautiful Side Yard Decoration Ideas with Pictures

Side Yard

20 Pins
Essex Trellis, 78”
We have some new ideas for your garden decorations

Structures

159 Pins
The 15 Best Plants to Grow Next to Tomatoes
The 15 Best Plants to Grow Next to Tomatoes
Lilac Bell Pepper

Growing Veggies

63 Pins
How to Grow Saffron (Even in Cold Climates!)

Herbs

1 Pin