19 Impressive Outdoor Fire Pit Design Ideas For More Attractive Backyard- I would love to have one of these some day when I have a backyard

I like the stone "patio" around this fire pit. 19 Impressive Outdoor Fire Pit Design Ideas For More Attractive Backyard

wine bottle candle holders <3

Be Creative with Old Wine Bottles After you drink the wine, what the heck can you do with the wine bottles. Quite a lot, actually. And wine barrels make great DIY project too. Here are some DIY Wine bottle ideas; let us know which project you will try.

painted rocks for the garden - maybe for a fairy garden outside?

Bring the Smurfs into your home with a sweet and simple nature craft: painted rock mushrooms! All you need is a few smooth rocks, some red and white paint, and a bit of blue. No wait, glue!

Create a garden that's big on color -- but small on labor.

6 Steps to a No-Work Cottage Garden

This is what I envision my front flowerbed looking like some day. 6 Steps to a No-Work Cottage Garden Create a garden that's big on color -- but small on labor.

The use of natural materials draws your eyes up the stairs, all the while wondering what awaits at the top. The way it is supposed to be down.

Garden stone, slab stairs surrounded by beautiful plantings - Lavender would be nice!

Small outdoor living space design. Aztlan Outdoor Living Highland, NY

Fire and water. Stamped Concrete Patio with Landscaping Wall Retaining Wall. love the shape and the fire pit, not so much teh stamp or stain color

Painted raised beds

Neat raised beds- painting the beds in a gray, black or blue gray gives the garden a polished look - large gravel between the beds?

Bright color against a white picket fence

Flowers along front of fence. Colorful picket fence Flowers Garden Love When I first looked at this picture I thought it was my back yard.

17 Natural Swimming Pools You Wish Were In Your Backyard

An alternative to chlorine pools, the BioTop Natural Pools use plants to keep water clean and clear. Wikipedia has some more info on natural swimming pools as well. These could make a great addition to a permaculture design site.

Milk Jug Slow Drip Watering System..!!

DIY drip irrigation system: bury a milk jug with holes drilled in it next to your plants. Stick the hose in the top of the jug and fill with water. Also works for feeding: add a scoop of fertilizer into the jug and add water.

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