Garden on a Hill

Collection by Colleen Haase

Colleen Haase
How to hide your router and other unsightly tech / wires. Awesome idea!

Stealthy & Stylish Tech Disguises

My wireless router is more of an exhibitionist than a shrinking violet. Given the location of my cable hook-ups and a few tricky reception spots, that black flashing box has become an unusually prominent feature of my decor. And let’s not even mention the tangle of TV cords, the pride of place of my game systems, and the real estate taken up by my printer.

Vertical succulents

Vertical succulents

circle of bricks and stone around a large container plant of flowers...

18 Most Common Gardening Questions Answered

A popular TV expert offers gardening tips and tricks based on a lifetime of digging, planting, caring for, and feeding his own garden.

To reduce maintenance add a 4-in. deep trench that we lined with plastic edging and filled with mulch. The edging keeps grass roots from creeping into the stone wall

The Best Garden and Lawn Edging Ideas & Tips

Three simple, attractive, low-maintenance garden and lawn edging ideas to inspire.

Backyard fun for kids. Play structure slide and climbing wall. Great idea for sloping yards

Beautiful Backyards for Families

Need some great ideas for your family backyard? Check out all these beautiful backyards for families!

fire pit - seating area

Firepit and landscape - ruggedthug


Grow Your Own Gutter Strawberries - @Debbie Phillips, I like this version a lot with the same similar method as the one you liked. Could do on the side of a shed! - day2daysupermom Resources and Information. is your first and best source for all of the information you’re looking for. From general topics to more of what you would expect to find here, has it all. We hope you find what you are searching for!

Garden Shed - This garden shed was built over 3 weekends on November, taking advantage of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Garden Shed

Beautifully built backyard shed.

garden edging idea

gardening for kids

A little off topic this morning, but I thought I would post some pictures of very cool gardening ideas. Who doesn't love succulents? They are so very easy to care for and propagate - my girls love attending to them in the garden, decorating their pots with little stones, sticks and feathers. As for vege gardens - growing your own food and then eating it. Yes, please! Succulents grown in old steel pipes, which also make a very pretty fence, via floradora. Tin containers lodged up on a wall…

Garden path with variation of different stones & rock

20 Wonderful Garden Fountains

20 Wonderful Garden Fountains

Garden fountains are so welcomed in every yard. Those amazing additions can bring life and motion to your front yard and garden. Garden fountains engage