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Sooo pretty!

For Front Entry Walkway? Bright pink Creeping Phlox borders this wood garden pathway. This flower blooms in the springtime for 4 to 6 weeks and is a real showstopper. For Summer bloom add Lavender into the middle of the garden next to the Creeping Phlox

Clematis growing on a wire frame around the tree

Clematis growing on a wire frame around the tree. Great idea to add some color to the bottom of your trees! Just wrap feet of chicken wire around the tree trunk!

Would be great in the very back of the yard.   Large ceramic pot planted with flowers or herbs as an umbrella stand. You could probably create an insert out of PVC pipe filled with sand to run down the middle of the pot to put the umbrella pole in. Creates added weight and protects pole from water and soil. Love it.

Add some shade to a sunny patio with a planter umbrella stand; a concrete center makes the stand super-sturdy, and plants fill the top to hide the umbrella sleeve when it's not in use.

This reminds me of the minpins... The     book by rhoald Dahl. Loved it when I was younger

Elf house on a tree! That would be cute in the garden, especially in the tree over grown with ivy. How about some battery tea lights in the windows during outdoor parties. I hear the fairies/elves whispering "home school project" in my ear.

beautiful!

Master bedroom side of our house - idea! Photo identified as Cottage Garden taken in April Love the stone path and casual placement of the colorful flowers. This photo inspires me to put more time and effort into landscaping at my cottage next year!

beautiful!

Master bedroom side of our house - idea! Photo identified as Cottage Garden taken in April Love the stone path and casual placement of the colorful flowers. This photo inspires me to put more time and effort into landscaping at my cottage next year!

beautiful!

Master bedroom side of our house - idea! Photo identified as Cottage Garden taken in April Love the stone path and casual placement of the colorful flowers. This photo inspires me to put more time and effort into landscaping at my cottage next year!