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Chives edge a curvin... stock photo by Elke Borkowski, Image: 0161512
Chives edge a curving brick path - Pottering in North Cumbria, sponsored by Un... Image:0161512 - Stock photo from GAP Gardens, garden & plant photography
Cold Frame – Part 2
We’re back! I’ll try to stay on task. I’m ready to wrap up this job. In case you’ve missed the first two posts, here they are: Cold Frame Preface Cold Frame Part I Where …
Stone garden bench and stone walkway in circular pattern with lush flowers and plants, old brick wall | Plant & Flower Stock Photography: GardenPhotos.com
Stone garden bench and stone walkway in circular pattern with lush flowers and plants, old brick wall
'Stone Steps, Beside Old Brick Wall' Photographic Print - Jacqui Hurst | Art.com
Stone Steps, Beside Old Brick Wall Photographic Print by Jacqui Hurst. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Welcome To My Garden
This sign welcomes visitors to my lovely garden in my backyard. We have been busy this summer transforming once grass-filled areas into beautiful spots where vegetables, flowers, berries and herbs now grow. Come, join me, and I'll give you a tour. The hot weather this past week really gave a jump start to the zucchini plants. There is also some radishes growing, and other surprises. As I told you earlier, PKR transformed the boards from our old deck into beautiful rasied beds to grow…
Urban Stone and Old Brick for a Greenhouse Floor
I wonder if Pinterest users actually recreate the garden items they 'pin' to boards or if they're just for looking? UPDATE: A better photo from this morning before the sun cast shadows across the floor. I recently 'pinned' a photo from the LA Times featuring a driveway paved in Brick and Urbanite. It was just what I needed to pave the center of my greenhouse where I'd put pavers around the perimeter and left the center for possible planting, which is not going to happen. The floor's purpose…