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Need to do something like this at end of driveway around the rocks.

Need to do something like this at end of driveway around the rocks.

driveway entrance- landscaping w some shaped evergreens to the side or behind

driveway entrance- landscaping w some shaped evergreens to the side or behind

end of driveway decoration fence, just add some flowers and maybe a boulder with our name on it

end of driveway decoration fence, just add some flowers and maybe a boulder with our name on it

stump solar lights, how to, lighting, outdoor furniture

She removes the base of a solar light. A few steps later... I LOVE this porch idea!

stump solar lights, how to, lighting, outdoor furniture

Landscape Architects | ... Stone Garden Walls | REFLECTIONS from Wandsnider Landscape Architects

Beautiful Stone Garden Walls

Landscape Architects | ... Stone Garden Walls | REFLECTIONS from Wandsnider Landscape Architects

Here's simple landscaping made charming with a split rail fence.

Here's simple landscaping made charming with a split rail fence.

Small granite boulders and cobble stones mixed with perennial plantings soften the look of a drainage culvert at a driveway entrance.

Small granite boulders and cobble stones mixed with perennial plantings soften the look of a drainage culvert at a driveway entrance.

Driveway Entrance Landscaping | Raleigh Hardscapes | Retaining Walls | Pavers | Patios | Fireplaces ...

Driveway Entrance Landscaping | Raleigh Hardscapes | Retaining Walls | Pavers | Patios | Fireplaces ...

Add some oomph to your entrance with a stepped stone planter along the driveway.  This one's made of cast-concrete blocks from Belgard.  From $12.50 per square foot; belgard.biz | Photo: Kristine Larsen | For the step-by-step instructions visit thisoldhouse.com

How To Build a Stone Planter

Add some oomph to your entrance with a stepped stone planter along the driveway. This one's made of cast-concrete blocks from Belgard. From $12.50 per square foot; belgard.biz | Photo: Kristine Larsen | For the step-by-step instructions visit thisoldhouse.com

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