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30+ Raised Garden Bed Ideas

Raised bed gardening offers a litany of advantages for the novice and experienced gardeners alike.

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Good use of pink hydrangeas and ornamental grass (Panicum?) with old brick paving for a warm effect and contrast with greenery.

Where the formal garden is symmetrical and orderly, the cottage garden is anything but. Romantic, colorful and full of old fashioned favorites that include daisies, bellflowers, dahlias, lavender, ...

Day lilies, rudbeckia (black eyed Susan), tall phlox, and artemisia. Black Eyed Susans are ideal flowers for honeybees

I like the way these plants are grouped into small drifts or clusters.

Pathway idea for my garden; I like the idea of placing urns and stones along the pathway, among the perennial plants.

Plants for Shade and Slope

I have just died and gone to backyard heaven. The Gentling Garden, Asheville, North Carolina. by Garden Walk Garden Talk

Day 30: A blooming spring garden. #PINADAYINMAY @Mimi ♥♥

Country garden stone path, I should do this from the small deck on the back of the gazebo to the pond on the other side of the gazebo. need to do more on that side of the house.

1. Juniperus communis 'Stricta' 6. Blue spruce 'Maigold' 2. The rocky juniper 'Blue Arrow' 7. Blue spruce 'Glauca Compacta' 3. Deren white 'Aurea' 8. Yew ‘Washingtonii’ 4. The European larch 'Pendula' 9. The average juniper 'Gold Star' 5. Rough fir 'Compacta' 10. Oregano 'Thumbles'

Juniperus communis 'Stricta' Blue spruce 'Maigold' The rocky juniper 'Blue Arrow' Blue spruce 'Glauca Compacta' Deren white 'Aurea' Yew ‘Washingtonii’ The European larch 'Pendula' The average juniper 'Gold Star' Rough fir 'Compacta' Oregano 'Thumbles'

A mix of shapes, sizes, and colors enlivens a collection of conifers planted as a screen. The bright yellow of a Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Crippsii’ shines in a stand of trees that includes the tall, cylinder-shaped Juniperus scopulorum ‘Skyrocket’ and the conical Alberta spruce (Picea glauca ‘Conica’).

The bright yellow of a Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Crippsii’ shines in a stand of trees that includes the tall, cylinder-shaped Juniperus scopulorum ‘Skyrocket’ and the conical Alberta spruce (Picea glauca ‘Conica’).

silvaris: “Flowery stone path, photo by Dick Conrad ”

Lovely serene garden path in lavenders. Brunneria macrophilla is nice to line the shady path. Use stepping stones in our east front yard?

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