Landscaping and Hardscaping
Browse pictures at HGTV of front and backyard landscaping ideas along with hardscape design including water features, pergolas, fire pits and more.
How to Landscape
Most people never attempt a new garden landscape because they don't know where to start. In this popular pin I have 8 Gardening Landscape Tips for Beginners that will teach you How to Landscape.
Amish Made Riverside Shed Kit
DIY with this beautiful Amish Made Riverside Storage Shed Kit. It's available in a variety of sizes and options so you can choose you favorite styles to get exa
How and When to Trim a Monkey Grass Border | Today's Homeowner
Find out how and when to trim a monkey grass border on your yard to keep it looking it's best.
How To Build A Gabion Fence (Step by Step Guide) | Gabion Supply
Already purchased your materials to build a gabion fence? Here, you can find assembly and filling instructions to help you build your unique fence. Give us a call at 866-391-6295 and our team will help get your project started!
Hardscaping 101: Gabion Walls - Gardenista
From the banks of the Nile to your backyard, gabion walls are a boon to the landscape. Used for thousands of years by military and structural engineers, ga
Juniper retaining walls -- long lasting and beautiful design options
Popular styles of juniper retaining walls -- affordable, beautiful, long-lasting, and chemical-free!
What to Plant in Your Hellstrip
First, I feel like I need to define a hellstrip. Here’s how it’s defined by Urban Dictionary: “Strip of dirt between the sidewalk and the street, notoriously hard to grow plants of any kind in due to several factors: lack of water, heat reflected from paved surfaces, foot traffic, trash, dog crap, and salt from winter snowmelt. Also called a tree lawn, inferno strip, devil...
Low Oregon Grape, Mahonia nervosa
Low Oregon Grape The Barberry Family–Berberidaceae Mahonia nervosa (Pursh) Nutt. (Ma-HOE-nee-uh nerv-OH-suh) Names: Low Oregon Grape is also called Cascade Oregon Grape, Cascade Barberry, Dull Oregon Grape, Dwarf Oregon Grape or Longleaf Mahonia. Nervosa refers to the fan-like veins in its leaves. It is called “dull” because its leaves are not as shiny as Tall Oregon […]
Harlequin Glorybower/Peanut Butter Tree (Clerodendrum trichotomum)
Covered with profusely fragrant white flowers in late summer, this small statured umbrella shaped tree has a somewhat tropical feel to it. Slowly maturing to heights of 12-15’ with similar spread make this a fun choice within any garden. As fall arrives a tiny steel blue berry sets atop a beautiful star shaped rosy pink calyx that look as those it’s reaching for the stars.
Rhone Street Gardens
A gardener in the Brooklyn neighborhood in Southeast Portland (PDX). I'm obsessed with Ornamental Grasses, Perennials and any plant with multi-season interest. I'm inspired by Piet Oudolf, Oehme & Von Sweden, and many other great designers...especially those from the New Perennial Movement. I love vibrant, full gardens that are vibrant without being garish, and sophisticated without being snobbish. Give me a naturalistic prairie garden over formal Fench parterres any day.