Katariina Rotstén

Katariina Rotstén

Katariina Rotstén
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Hostas!!! I think this is what I'm going for on the front hill, any thoughts?

Hostas are a topnotch groundcover for shady areas. Plant them on a tough-to-mow hillside to create a lovely, carefree garden bed. If you have a steep slope that water runs down so quickly the soil can't absorb moisture, try breaking up the hill with rock

Five years ago I began the 'challenge' of putting a garden on this hill. The next 'before' photo shows just how many changes those years have brought.

When the front yard landscaping is not good enough. Let's take a look at three quality front yard landscaping ideas to keep in mind and give a try.

Steeply sloped areas don’t have to be ‘trouble spots.’ Hillsides can be turned into gorgeous rock gardens. Here are some tips.

Czy to bedzie tak wygladac? Steeply sloped areas don’t have to be ‘trouble spots.’ Hillsides can be turned into gorgeous rock gardens. Here are some tips.

This is really pretty!!!

I like the stacked rock border. Astilbes in a woodland garden. There is no distinguishable pattern to the colours, but the random placement of plants work because the hues are complementary

Hosta rock garden...Love Hosta!!

Another Pinner Said: shade gardens- hmmm. now that's a great idea to make raised flower beds around my tree in the backyard! (I can't dig there because of tree roots and possible utility wires.