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Create An Unique Rustic Garden Using Found Objects

Create An Unique Rustic Garden Using Found Objects

Create An Unique Rustic Garden Using Found Objects – Decorating your garden in a rustic style is very fun and creative. When you are creating a rustic or cottage garden the design is only limited by your imagination.  You can easily use found objects in your garden and have them look great. You can also pick up old and antique garden objects and give them a new home.


Enjoy Summer Days In Basement Garden

Enjoy Summer Days In Basement Garden

Enjoy Summer Days In Basement Garden – If you are passionate about gardening and taking care of your garden decor, lack of sunlight need not prevent you from turning your basement entrance into a colorful garden as well. All you have to do is use the available space for shade-loving pot plants or hardy climbers. When we talk about beautiful plants, comfortable wooden benches, vibrant flowers and different accessories, we usually assume we are also talking about our outdoor garden decor. But that should not always be the case. Let us have a look at how you can create a most beautiful basement garden.

Gazebo Spa For Outdoor Comfort

Gazebo Spa For Outdoor Comfort

Gazebo Spa For Outdoor Comfort – Gazebos have become popular in recent years with many people who have the space in their backyard to place it. However, many more have taken an even bolder step and built a gazebo spa in order to benefit of relaxation in their own backyard without taking away the beauty of the nature. Here are some tips and suggestions that will help you have the perfect gazebo spa in no time.

You can find with ease today many types of gazebo spa kits that have easy to follow instructions, which with a little help from your family and friends can be put together in a few hours.

Essential Factors For Successful Garden

Essential Factors For Successful Garden

There are three essential factors for successful garden design:tension, mystery and surprise. A garden that can be seen at a glance is far less attractive than one that is broken down into individual ‘rooms’, with ‘tension points’ that trap the attention on the way. A long narrow garden is in itself uncompromisingly dull; if you have to pass from one area to another through narrow gaps in high walls of hedging, stone or trellis smothered in plants, an air of mystery is added, tension is generated and released as you pass through, and surprise is achieved at the other side. Here we immediately have a composition that raises expectations of things to come, and the narrower the gap through which you pass, and the higher and more dominant the ‘walls’, the greater the amount of tension that will be generated.