Waterscapes Create Beautiful Backyards
My passion for waterscapes stems from my childhood. I grew up with a brook in my backyard and my neighbors had ponds. We spent our days playing in the brook and the ponds: jumping rocks; catching fish, tadpoles, frogs and salamanders; and, creating dams to form a small pond and filling the pond with what we caught. A large storm would destroy our pond taking our treasures downstream, so we would have to start the whole process all over again ~ wonderful childhood memories!
Different Types of Water Features for Garden, Fountains, Birdbath, Waterfalls, DIY Water Features
No garden is complete without the water element. Water features for the garden makes your garden a piece of heaven for you and your family.
Perennials Made Easy! How To Create Amazing Gardens
Boring flower gardens are a common problem. Learn how to avoid (or fix) dull, boring gardens, and create eye-popping perennial flower gardens that are colorful all year long. Mixing perennials that bloom at different times with colorful foliage will lead to amazing perennial flower gardens - and perennials made easy!
OL - Corten Garden — Living Green Design
A San Francisco, Bay Area, showroom, nursery, and design firm that specializes in providing plants and designs that crosses borders, styles and trends. We provide interior/exterior Garden Design, Plantscape Design, and more.
50+ Creative DIY Inspirations Water Fountains in Backyard Garden
Due to its versatility, water remains extremely common. The water comes from a clay spout shaped similar to a corbel and afterward is caught through an urn-shaped fountain standing in the midst of a pond. It has spiritual symbolism and by adding a statue or figure at the top of the fall, it appears
Tutorial ~ How To Make a Hollow Concrete Sphere
Concrete statuary in some of the gardens I've visited has always captivated me. Unfortunately most statuary I've priced is quite expensive and with my tight budget the chances were slim that any of these creations would ever find themselves in my gardens. However, several years ago I was intrigued when I stumbled upon instructions for making \