Wildflower gardens include colorful annual flowers, grasses, and perennial plants and work well together with a water feature.
Using retaining walls of natural rocks and plants terraced down the slope is a great way to beautify a piece of landscape in the garden.
Ornamental grasses are a great idea for minimal areas. They are natural and attractive in a garden with little water.
Who says a garden bed is only for the ground? Make the most out of your small space with a vertical garden bed. The plant options are endless!
A seating bed is a great idea if you like taking breaks in your garden. It can also be an outdoor entertainment area for friends and family.
These low-maintenance and easy-care plants pair perfectly in rock gardens.
One of my favorite flower bed ideas is to use a more natural look, and old trees or parts are being turned into beautiful focal points.
Don't throw away logs from a small tree; use them as the edge of flower beds. They give a natural vibe to any garden.
This type of design is common in Mediterranean-type homes, as the simple color balance gives a soft yet attractive appearance.
Use an old wheelbarrow to hold soil and colorful plants and place them in the center of your garden to make a beautiful story scene.